its known in Australia that sometimes its the valving in the shocker causing it to knock,get shock absorbers checked,it should be under new car warranty still unless youve exceeded the mileage,but they are known to have the odd faulty shock absorber
no relay involved should find live wire behind head deck just get ur self a test light 12 bucks earth @ crimp end and needle point @ other with light up test the red or yellow cables with key off insure earth crimp is on chassis etc and push needle end on wires 1 should light up
Check the rear anti roll bar end links. This is a common item to fail as the originals were plastic !
If they are worn my advice is to replace them with some aluminum ones that come with nylon urethane bushes.
you should already have a wire shunt in the main harness for the tach. all you need is the sending unit and the gauge. the sending unit goes in a port on top of the transmission next to the engin bloc. the dealer ship will have the schematic for your specific vehicle and the right sending unit............please rate this
The click you hear is probably the blower motor relay . Does your vehicle have A/C ? Drain is probably plugged ,that's why all the water was in there . Do you know what a wiring diagram is ? How to use a voltmeter to test electrical circuits ? Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free-tsb/ Enter vehicle info. Year , make , model an engine . Under system click on HVAC , then under subsystem HVAC controls will come up - pop in on it's own . Click the search button then the blue link's one at a time . Does your vehicle have manual or automatic climate control ? Second link is automatic ,first link is for manual . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bXZWKUZL9k
hi. 1 Drop that thermostat in a pot of boiling water for about 5 seconds. remove with a large pot spoon(not your hand)it should be wide open and closing as it cools.if not replace it seconds. 2 Make sure the thermo stat bubbler thingy is facing towards the small water outlet, on the pump. 3. it helps to jack up the vehicle on the left side. 4.turn heater on high and the blower setting on feet. 5. fill radiator to the top and the overflow bottle to the max line. pulse pump the bottom hose first with your hand, then do the same with the top tank hose. 6. start vehicle, leave the heater on high and foot setting for a bit. 7. top up radiator and you should be good to go. if not repeat.