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If your Super Crew has ever had the steering stops removed (stops are installed preventing too sharp of a turn in extra long vehicles), it will cause the power steering control to extend beyond its normal range, and possible blow out a seal in the power steering pump.
It does sound like your pump may have failed, based on your description.
The right hand drive have the bumper poles in front of the left hand
head light. when the switch is pressed to the on position, the pole extends like
an antenna and it has a green light on top of it. It helps to light up the area
so you wont hit the curb and scrape the rims."
Remove the cables, look for any bolts holding the battery there, there should be at least 2, loose them, pull out the battery, put the new one in, put the bolts on again and tighten them properly (not too hard). put on the cables again. Be sure to put the right cable on the right pole! if you put it on the wrong pole you will have a surprising, yet very nice to watch rain of sparks. some newer cars have the battery inside a box like thing, if you cant see the battery just by popping the hood, it should be inside a somewhat rectangular box. Good luck :)
Press the window 'open' switch beyond the second switching position. When the window has reached the lower final position, operate the switch for at least 15 seconds but not longer than 25 seconds. Then let go of the button and immediately pull the switch beyond the 'close window' position. Do not let go of the switch! The window now moves into the top final position, stops, then moves to the lower final position, stops again and then moves back to the upper final position. The switch must be held in the "pulled beyond engaging point" position during the entire procedure. Once the window has reached the upper final position, the initialisation is complete.
Check the ground wire, a black connected to the ( - ) pole, it might have been disconnected.
Clean the battery clamp and battery terminals from rust and oxidation, tighten up the TERMINAL.
Remember ( + )positive pole is RED and negative ( - ) pole is black, sometimes no plastic cover!
you have the wrong bulb in the back lights it should be a double pole two filament bulb and you have put a 21watt bulb in thats for the indicators with only one pole connection instead of a 5/21 watt bulb with two pole on it
Horsecrap...go to an independent transmission dealer after you call the extended warranty folks and complain! I can count the number of Honda transmissions that go bad before 300,000 miles on one hand. Good Luck