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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: glow plugs
awkard job but easy to do and remember the old adage if its in the way remove it ,remove the long communial wire then take the heaters out which is either a 12mm or 13 mm deep socket depends on make of glow plugs as to the size
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
the circuit boards on those factory remotes, sometime break where the battery is clipped in, check to make sure the solder is holding the clip properly and it is not loose, also they remote may need to be programmed to the vehcile with a scan tool, usually only found at GM, Also the rubber part of the remote on the inside where the pad touchs the circuit board, uses a small screwdriver and touch the exposed circuit, if the remote locks the doors, try putting in tiny peice of alumumn tape of the inside pad, the connectiveness of the rubber wears off. If not try above or dealer.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
I assume it is deisel? if so you probably have an air leak in the **** side of the fuel pump, perhaps the primer pump, what sort is it?
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
SOURCE: Does anyone know where is
engine temp sensor is part of your exhaust.
there should be one in the engine compartment screwed in to the exhaust manifold and there there should be at least one more under your care on the exhaust pipe near the catalytic converter. some vehicles also have one near the back of the car past the converter to record exhaust readings but this is usually for trucks and larger vehicles like SUV's and vans. if you are having an issue with your sensor connect a code reader to your car and pull up the error code to find out which sensor is faulty. you should be able to look online for details on which code reference to which sensor, and then just buy a new sensor and replace. advise not trying to clean the sensor as the cost versus possible damage you can cause is worth just getting a new sensor.
tp remove it usualy takes a flat head screw driver to pop off the electrical connector and a wrench to unscrew the sensor from the exhaust. simple procedure with a ending of self satisfaction on not paying 200 $ to have someone to spend 15 minutes to turn a wrench on your car.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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