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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could just be a bad spark plug wire or spark plug remove for that cylinder see if you find any thing in that area.....irongod ps; somtimes the plug wire will get burned or just a bad spot on them look real careful at it
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
IF YOUR TALKING ABOUT THE POWER VENT WINDOW.IT MAY BE HYPER EXTENDED LIKE A KNEE OR ELBOW.TRY TAKING A SCREWDRIVER FROM THE OUTSIDE AND PUSHING THE HINGE INWARD JUST ENOUGH TO LET THE MOTOR WORK IT CLOSED.IF THE MOTOR ITSELF ISN'T WORKING PUSH THE HINGE JUST PAST CENTER THEN USE YOUR HAND TO CLOSE THE WINDOW PUSHING IT CLOSED WERE THE MOUNT IS UNTIL YOU CAN GET A NEW MOTOR.HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Once unit is sliping, it's at the point of no return. Depending upon how bad it is and how long it's been doing that, sometimes you can use lucas sealer and conditioner to prolong the end a bit but best is to have it rebuilt or replaced.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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SOURCE: rear a/c heat vent do not work
Sounds like the flapper valve for the rear heater/AC core is not doing its job to send the air through the AC core when called for.
Another clue of this is the fact that the air is coming out on the lower vents when it should be up high fro AC.
Have someone listen back by the fan inlet in the back usually on the right while you switch between AC and heat to see if they hear any noise or change in air flow.
Worst case is that the interior panel there has to be removed to service the assembly behind it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
SOURCE: Just had both o2 sensors
O2 Sensors --- not related to shifting
New transmissions --- are only new once
When installed on the assy line
Has to be rebuilt if necessary
PO 147 ---O2 Sensor Heater (Bank 1 Sensor 3) don't have one of those
PO714 -- Trans Temp Sensor -heat for the slipping
PO 471 --- Exhaust Pressure Sensor -don't have that either
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Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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