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Computer brain I wanna buy an A5 but I'm not sure if body panel has changed or damaged. Does its computer show?

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That's hard to say, both dash board and computer system can be reset.

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Bcm location on a 1990 camry


BCM, body puter brain. "BODY Control Module"
id bet it dont have one,but lets look in the FSM and at alldata.com.
i sure wish i knew why you need, this, curious or some symptoms?

so what part of BODY dont control right? shoe drops.
maybe you meant PCM or as they called it back when ECM.oe ECU.
the engine brain, or EFI, brain.
sorry i cant find it.. the BCM.

post symptoms, and a question for 100% better play
and if engine issues, what engine option.

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When i switch on my ac it give sounds bt colling is correct . is there any problemia clitch magnet


what gives a sound?
bt , what is Bt. but?
i think you meant, but cooling is not correct.?
you left out NOT?
that is ok, you must be using a CELL,

ok A.C school 101 (short)
it fails in 2 ways, electric or the Freon Loop.
2 ways. (one easy , 1 harder)
first pray it's electric (cheap and easy)

we always work that first. (electric, see why?)
the car has a A/C brain, it has many names but in English no tslang.
it is the "A/C logic module." or BRAIN.
This module protects the parts from damage, or overload.
old cars just melted. not smart cars. the brain is smarter.
My comments are typical of era.

So, you were smart, the clutch A/C, but failed to say,
IS IT ENGAGES, or NOT? the pulley spins all the time running.
but not the main shaft of the compressor, it must spin.
at full RPM !!! This is the brain DEMANDING A/C.
if not the BRAIN, has it turned off.
Keep in mind the brain on some cars is inside the BCM.
body brain, and not a separate A/C brain.
reasons for CLUTCH OFF.
the Brain sees and error , list of errors.
1: A\C not on.
2: fan not on (heater fan in cab shared by A/C)
3: evaporate frozen (packed in ice)
4: engine overload, (up hills, too steep)
5: engine overheat. obvious, but the sensor wire fell of can do that.
6: freon pressure too low, risking compressor destruction. and collateral damage max.
7: freon pressure too high.
8: normal, the brain sees normal cab temperature and cycles off.
saving fuel and wear.

what do i do? ,
use a volt meter to find the input that is wrong
to the brain. do not hot wire the clutch ever.
or risk #6 (i warned you, dont let hackers kill the good parts)

that is what we do.
if you find low pressure is true (logic true, ) then that is why.

the brain defeated the A/C due to that fact. a dead clutch .
check the pressure, mine reads 40psi, now.
my cheap walmart filler has a hose, and came with
simple instructions, read them and try that.
do not over fill the system.
$25 the kit costs. I keep one handy at all times.

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Computer brain


it will only work if it the right prom make sure the numbers of the 2 eproms match

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My 2004 Ford F-150 won't stay running, it stalls out when i stop and i have to keep the gas peddle depressed to keep the rpm's up at around 1000. AutoZone tells me it's the IAC VALVE


It could be the IAC or the TPS (Throttle position sensor)
If you have a Chilton or Haynes manual it should tell you how to test them before you buy.

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Is there anything Specific I need to do when i change the battery other than connecting the cables?


Yes. First, make sure that you ALLWAYS disconnect the NEGATIVE cable first. (Marked on the battery with a "-") This will prevent damage to the vehicle, (Fuses, Fuse Links, Computer Systems etc.)damage to your tools and possibly even damage to your body in the event that your wrench slips and touches the body or engine. When you hook the battery back up, connect the POSITIVE cable first. (Marked on the battery with a "+") It is also recommended that you give your battery cable ends a good cleaning while you have the battery disconnected. Any corrosion or acid can be neutralized with some old-fashioned baking soda mixed with water. (about 2 teaspoons for 8 ounces of warm water and mix until the baking soda is completely dissolved.) You can buy spray cans of battery cleaner at your local parts store if you wish, but baking soda works a lot better and is a lot cheaper. You can also buy a good battery cleaning brush at your local auto parts store for 5 to 10 dollars...a real good investment if you want to maintain your own car.

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No firing contact to the spark plugs. Have already replaced brain box, coil pack an cam and crank sensors. Any suggestions?


Two things.
1. does your car have three seperate coils ontop of a module or is it all one piece? If it is the seperate coils you might wanna change the module that they mount to.
2. If its the all in one (magnavox) coil and you are sure all the parts you replaced are in working order then you might wanna have the timing chain checked. It may have broken and if the cam isn't turning you wont get spark.

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Check engine light is on, hooked up computer to brain and it says it was a fuel leak sensor or fuel leak evape sensor. where is this sensor located, it also only shows fuel gauge reading of 3/4 tank full...


check ur gas cap first for proper seal and or not tightened this is the usual problem the evap system is from your fuel gas cap [gas--vent lines /gas tank-evap canister-throttle body] to ur throttle body/injectors if gas cap good need to check the lines and components for a leak disconnected /cracked broken-as well as the sensors and canister

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I have a 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.8L with 125,360 miles on it.Healights, cluster gages do not work, hazard, turn signals and horn do not work. Car starts fineand car runs. I have checked relays but am...


it is going to be the cluster or the body control module. And with out seeing it I am almost certain it is the body control module . Are your door locks all working ? dodge uses the body control module it is like a computer brain and it controls everything electrical inside the cabin is the easiest way to explain. Its best to buy one from a dealer because they have to program it before it is installed. One thing you can do is go to the dealer or shop with chrysler scanner and have them check the body control module and the cluster. nothing else .

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