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When driving my truck, I hear a slight clanking noise coming from the drivers rear by tire.


Fixing Suspension Clunks And Rattles - Popular Mechanics

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Have your helper sit in the driver's seat, turn the key to unlock the column, then rock the ... Older rear-wheel-drive vehicles with a live rear axle and coil springs may have what's ... The rod's bushings are a likely source of a clunking noise.

Sep 23, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Rocking badly


Is this a rear end problem or could you have a front end going too?
The correct tires are, also, important.

Apr 08, 2014 | 1996 Chevrolet Blazer

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Infiniti suplementary airbags flashing? what could it be


Not sure what model you have, but on the older body style g-35's there was a tsb/recall on the harness connectors under the driver and passenger seat. I believe there is 10 year warranty on air bag/ seat belts on most vehicles anyways. I'd call the dealer and ask them to be sure, but mine had the same problem and the early tsb was to glue and zip-tie the connector, but as of lately they revised it and they change the connectors completely. Hope this helps!

Oct 30, 2013 | Infiniti Cars & Trucks

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We have a 2001 V4 Ford Escape, and while driveing today the seatbelt light began to rapidly flash. The owners manual does not have any indication as to what this means, and the seatbelt for the driver was...


There is a TSB to replace chafed wires on the seat belt pretensioners. Most common cause.
Both front seats have to be removed to perform the TSB. It involves replacing the male and female connector to the seat belt buckle pretensioner. In an accident, it fires and temporarily tightens the seat belt to take up slack. I think TSB 05-17-5.

Apr 05, 2011 | 2001 Ford Escape

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When I turn on the seat heater on the drivers side, it will stay on for about 10 seconds and then it goes off. Cannot turn it back on until the car if turned off/on. Seat doesnt ever heat up. Passenger...


Here is a heated seat TSB for cars built prior to 12/14/07

TSB 09-4-8
03/09/09
INOPERATIVE HEATED SEAT(S) - BUILT
BEFORE 12/14/2007

FORD:
2005-2007 Five Hundred, Freestyle
2008 Taurus X, Taurus

MERCURY:
2005-2007 Montego
2008 Sable

ISSUE
Some 2005-2007 Freestyle, Five Hundred, Montego and 2008 Taurus, Sable and Taurus X vehicles built before 12/14/2007 may exhibit an inoperative heated seat(s). This concern may be caused by an intermittent open element in the heated seat mat.

ACTION
Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.

SERVICE PROCEDURE
The heated seat system is controlled by the heated seat module located underneath the front passenger seat cushion. The heated seat switches are part of the heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC) module but the heated seat system operates independently from the climate control system. The heated seat module regulates seat temperature by monitoring resistance of a thermistor type thermostat located in the cushion heater mat. The heated seat module is designed to remain on, heating the seat and maintaining temperature until switched off. For vehicles built before 5/1/2006, the module will time-out and switch off after 10 minutes.

1. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-10 for pin point test on inoperative heated seat(s).
a. When testing the heater mats resistance and circuits for an intermittent open, technicians should sit in the seat while testing the circuit resistance, move the seat in multiple seating positions and apply pressure to several areas of the heated seat mat to ensure the mat element is not open intermittently.

2. Refer to WSM 501-10 for heated seat element replacement when an open electrical circuit has been identified.

Parts Block
WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage
IMPORTANT : Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.

OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME
MT090408 Use SLTS Operations If Actual
Available Or Labor Time
Performed As Actual Time

DEALER CODING
CONDITION
BASIC PART NO. CODE
14D696 28

I hope this helps to solve it.

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Popping noise in the steering


there is a tsb inner tie rod end bushings see dealer for the fix

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Part identification


This "dog bone" is a motor or transmission mount. It has the bushings to allow some movement as the engine or transmission "rocks".

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Rocks sideways when driving, feel like you are on a boat


Have the shocks/struts ever been replaced? The rocking is normally caused by worn out shocks and/or sway bar bushings. When the shocks go, you normally will experience a rollercoaster type up and down motion when you hit bumps (the springs are bouncing and the shocks are not dampening/rebounding properly). If you do not have this up and down rocking, but just sideways, check your front and rear sway bar bushings for wear or damage to where they connect to the frame. If the mount has broken or come loose, it will not prevent the sideways sway. You should also see a sideways lean going around corners.

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My 99 dodge ram 1500 318 steering


Dodge has a TSB on this my 1998 was doing the same thing
have a shop check TSB #19-10-97 fixed mine

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