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2010 FORD FLEX LIMITED WHEN I TURN HEAT ON AND START TO DRIVE IT SHUTS OFF NOW MY DASHLIGHTS GO OUT BATTERY LIGHT COMES ON WHEN TO STOP EVERYTHING COMES ON.


You may be experiencing too low of a voltage from your alternator. Your battery will also not charge properly. I would recommend you have the alternator checked first. Low voltage in present day cars can certainly manifest as strange functions as you describe.

Jan 01, 2018 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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How do i get brake to release


The wheel that is seized with the brake should be identified, and the car should be securely supported on a jack. The seized wheel should be removed so that the brake is visible. Gently tapping the brake with a hammer helps remove any adhesions. The cable may need to be replaced because the parking brake can become stuck due to a faulty cable or faulty calipers. The cable can rust and wear down over time.
The symptoms of a faulty emergency brake include a very heavy brake pedal, a burning smell from the front tires, and dark, dirty brake fluid. Replacing the brake fluid can also help keep the emergency brake lubricated. After going through below-freezing temperatures, the cable can freeze and remain in place even when the emergency brake handle is lowered.

Dec 28, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How to release an emergency brake that is stuck


You have limited choices. Your biggest concern will be the Racheting action of the Emergency brakes which takes up slack.

Check online for the Emergency Brake Assembly for your Model. There should be pictures and mention of the release mechanism. They are made to allow the cable spool to unspool, usually by moving a tab with a screwdriver tip.

Now on the wheel end, the mechanism may pull the brake levers to spread the Brakes. The pivot for the wheel lever may be frozen or the cable frozen in its travel zone.

So you have the possibility of devices taking up slack at both ends of the brake cable. Not familiar with Mazda design, if it has a hand lever for Parking brake. This style can be auto-rachet or mechanical nut and bolt style to increase or decrease cable length.

The more photos you see about the components, the better off you will be. I hope I have been helpful.

Mar 17, 2013 | 2003 Mazda Tribute

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How do i get emerengcy brake pedal off the floor the bell wont stop and rear cable driveing vme nuts truck will drive but bell is getting to me


Many audi and vw models manufactured starting in the later '90s and continuing to present, use the bosch 5.3 abs controller, which is prone to catastrophic failure, ostensibly due to defective design. this module controls multiple brake-related functions including the abs which is important for winter driving, but the most critical function of this module is probably the electronic brake force distribution, or ebd. these vehicles are designed such that if the ebd is inoperative, the proportion of hydraulic force applied to the rear brakes during emergency braking is as great as it is during moderate braking effort when there is minimal transfer of vehicle weight to the front wheels. the ebd is supposed to adjust the front/rear braking distribution dynamically according to the measure of the deceleration, so that the rear wheels will not lock up during emergency braking. if this module should fail during emergency braking on dry pavement, the rear wheels could lock up and cause an accident which could easily include fatalities. this is an expensive repair for owners, costing roughly $2000, and many owners have probably put off the repair indefinitely. evidence which can be found through a simple web search, suggests that the problem is widespread, and that if it has not already led to serious accidents, it is only a question of time. this problem is genuine, and vw/audi should be compelled to take immediate corrective action.

Jul 27, 2012 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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I just changed out my fuel pump,now truck stalls when I give it gas at normal operating temperture.When I floor it,it stalls at about 3000 rpms.Why?


What about the fuel filters? There should be one in the line and one in the tank. The one in the tank can be very expensive, but the expensive versions are typically connected to the in-tank fuel pump. Since you've worked on that, my money is on the line filter.
If you have already checked these filters, then look at the FPR (fuel pressure regulator). Pull off the vacuum hose and check for fuel, if any is present, then the diphram is shot. Change the FPR.

Nov 24, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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Orange check engine light fpr 2005 toyota corolla


An orange check engine light means there is an electronic failure in the engine control system. It could be anything from a loose fuel cap, to a bad sensor on the engine. It is not an emergency, but you should get it checked out. A red engine light is an emergency and requires you to immediately stop the car. Yellow is a warning.

Feb 04, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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2002 santa fe can't release fuel door/cover


There should be an adjustment point on this cable at either end. Adjust to make the cable shorter and this should solve your problem.

Jan 09, 2009 | 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

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