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The air in my car will only work on 1. However, if i push it in on 2,3,4 it will work. I have the same problem. My air only works on 1 and if I push in on the button it will work but stops when you quit. The button that turns it on is melted.

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You need to replace the control assembly for the air

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Remote control has stopped working. Have tried changing the battery of the remote control but that did not work.


Does the red light on the remote light up when you push any of the button
if no, replace remote
if yes, then try repograming the remote to the car again.
-Have remotes' ready. if you have two then fob#1 and fob#2 (doesn't matter which one is #1 or #2)
-each step has to be done within 5 sec or it will not work, but don't do it super fast.
1.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting) and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
2.turn key off
3.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting)and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
4.turn key off
5.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting)and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
6turn key off
7.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting) and push "lock button " on fob#1 twice (if you only have one fob, then stop here and go to step 8)and push the "lock button" on fob#2 twice.
8.turn key off and remove key from ignition.
if you did it right, remotes' should work again.
good luck

Dec 17, 2010 | 2003 Honda Accord

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Both key fobs for honda pilot 2006 no longer works. Do I need new keys or is it something internal such as a fuse?


First thing, does the red light on the remote light up when you push any of the button
if no, then replace battery inside remote
if yes, then try repograming the remote to the car again.
-Have both remote ready. fob#1 and fob#2 (doesn't matter which one is #1 or #2)
-each step has to be done within 5 sec or it will not work, but don't do it super fast.
1.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting) and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
2.turn key off
3.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting)and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
4.turn key off
5.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting)and push "lock button " on fob#1 once and release
6turn key off
7.turn key just to the "on" position (not starting) and push "lock button " on fob#1 twice (if you only have one fob, then stop here and go to step 7)and push the "lock button" on fob#2 twice.
8.turn key off and remove key from ignition.
if you did it right, remotes should work again.
good luck

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Need to restart diesel engine after running low on fuel, on a 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500HD


After putting more fuel in the vehicle
Open the hood
On the righthand side of the engine just to the side of valve cover, back by the firewall you will find a round plunger about 1 1/2" in diameter. The plunger will push down and come right back up on its own. Push the plunger rapidly till the pushing gets firmer or stiff.
Start it up. Sometimes it will have to be done a couple of times. I actually fined it works best to pump it firm and then have someone else start it while you keep pumping it. If you do it this way make sure your body is clear of all moving parts.
This is a very fast way of getting it going
Good luck

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the prob is still your master cylinder. the seal sounds like its back on its self or there is a wear line that pushes it back, get 1 from a scrapy that works, fit undo the rear nipples and leave to drip for 5 mins . then do the front, look at the rear load compensator some vehicles have a bleed nipple to release trapped air from there, what happens when nipple open and u push pedal.

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The wear on your clutch plate is increasing the distance your actuator piston has to push, so your correct about needing some clutch parts soon.

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Uplander 2005 40000 miles difficult to get in gear.


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