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After driving car about 30 mins it goes into limp mode, when it is turned off and left for 10 mins it is ok for about 45 mins , no foult code reading
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Good day Jill, log on to www.radio-code.com You can get the instructions and code to get your radio working again. There is a small fee, but it's much better then the dealer and you get to keep the radio code and instructions so the next time you have to replace the Battery and you have the same problem you can address the issue. But just in case you have to replace the Battery, make sure you have the radio turned off. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to know if you got your radio working again.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
This might sound odd, but it could be the gearbox output shaft bearing. If the transmission sounds noisier than it did, this could be the issue. Only way to check is to take off the transfer box. Not a major job, but takes a while. Some good fault code readers will read transmission codes, and allow you to see in real time what the sensor is doing - if the sensor suddenly loses signal, then it is very likely to be the a bearing (output shaft bearing most likely) that is at fault, causing the sensor ring to move too far from the sensor. Best guess, but could be other things, so don't go taking that transfer box off without getting a road test with a good fault code reader on it - or find someone with a portable oscilloscope and put that across the sensor - you should be able to see nice square wave pulses - if they get bigger and smaller (variable amplitude), that's your problem. If not, the fault lies elsewhere.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
I am having head gaskets replaced as we speak.. extra pressure in overflow tank? water bubbling? your done..New Gaskets.. you may have an air lock? pray.. radiator blocked? doubtful.. do not let engine overheat....
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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