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If its dirty in there it may be stuck just try putting some liquid grease like jigaloo or oil and move it with your fingers do it a couple of time or until it does move. If not working i dont know what else to do
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FIRST: oil the plug (I know it sounds redundant)
1. breaker bar instead of ratchet wrench (buy one if you dont have one)
2. extension bar on breaker bar handle
If Getting desperate:
1. buy a new oil pan plug
2. use a damaged/rounded extraction socket on a breaker bar.
3. use an extension handle on the breaker bar handle
Be prepared to buy (and install)a new oil pan if the threads on the oil pan are ruined.
Installing a new oil pan is "easy" for experienced mechanics, but
replacing one can be involved for 1st-timers - and you'll usually want to buy (and install) a new oil pan gasket with the new oil pan.
That's everything from breaker bar (your minimum for stuck bolts) to replacing plug and pan (the worst-case scenario).
hi this sounds like one of the door locks have either stuck in the up position or the relay has stuck in the open switch position i don't think it will be the rke as that will only work when it is pressed although the receiver could be at fault not the key itself...hope this helps
In the Cobalt the problem is that there is a small bar in the shifter that is supposed to hit a micro switch and that bar can came out of place. It will not hitting that micro switch to allow the ignition to release the key when the car is in park. What to do is tear the center council apart and pull the whole shift mechanism out and reposition the bar and put it all back together. Yes it's a pain and time consuming Good luck and hope this helps, and be careful not to damage the ignition lock, you could damage the wires in the ignition lock for the anti theft.
hey there this sounds like a common problem for the Taurus at each door there is a button that lets the driver know there is a door open and also dose the interior light(s) one if these are broken they are easy to fix and cheep to do as the part can be a used one from the wrecking yards all you need to do is take the switch out and unplug it do one at a time checking each time to see which switch it playing up when you have found it just get the new part and install it WHEN THE SWITCH IS OUT MAKE SHAW THE WIRES DONT TOUCH AS THIS COULD CAUSE A SHORT IN YOUR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM I WOULD USE MASKING TAPE TO HOLD AND PROTECT THIS FROM HAPPENING if you don't really want to use the lights and warning light dont connect the wires and put the old switch back in YOU MUSH NOT LEAVE THE SWITCH OUT AE IT WILL CAUSE CURROSION AND ALSO CAN LET WATER IN PLACES IT IS NOT MENT TO BE let me know how you go ricko