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Plenty. Dry all the controllers and scan system. If a controller cannot be accesse check all connections for dirt. Remove and reconnect all connecotrs. Re scan and you will be surprised.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well it could be as simple as just replacing the fuel pump relay. it's located in the junction box under the hood. if the relay is good then check the fuel cutoff switch. that is located behinfd the fabric in the trunk along the wheel wells. if this was not triggered then it could be that you might have a glitch in the ecm water is not kind to computers especially cars that have the ecm's in the engine compartments
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
check the drain tube outlet on the bottom of the car, that drains the AC. It could have become plugged. If that fails to clear up the problem, then you'll have to check the heater core... But you would be smelling coolant.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
The oil smell may be trapped in the car's cabin air filter. Locate it and replace it. Then on a dry day, spray A/C deoderizer (Fridge Fresh) in the cowl area with the heater blowing on high and all four windows open. Repeat a few times in an hour or so, then let it air out well.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: P0336 Code
The code P0336 is crank shaft sensor performance code.The sensor could be faulty and not picking up a good signal.The after erasing the code,the problem still exists ,so it is then a pending code and when you shut the car off and restart it the code reappears.Just another idea here ,if you have not had a tune-up recently(plugs,wires,airfilter,etc.)you could get unwanted codes and your engine will not perform as it should.This could cause poor gas mileage as well.John.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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