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Radio just quit everything was working fine then just got in car and wont come on maybe code dont know but checked fuses not that

Radio has a fuse at the back so you will need to remove the radio to check it,often youngsters play it too loud which causes the fuse to melt over time ,the louder the radio the more current its using

May 30, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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2002 windstar made a loud noise and started smoking underneath the van near the front tires

Have the engine properly inspected as it may be a engine failure due to big end failure causing a hole in the engine block.

Jul 18, 2014 | 2002 Ford Windstar Cargo

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Sorry this may not help but I've noticed other electrical oddities too. Like every once in a while there's this snap through the factory stereo over the speakers. Seems to be related to brake pedal use and replaced the brake switch but no dice.

May 29, 2014 | 2004 Acura TSX

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zero answers. (my bag, even old , 60days.
fixed it,yet?
bang, !
my guess? is car was in park, started and was too rich(mostly normal)
and the exhaust has air leaks (very bad for many reasons)}
and you heard muffler explosion.
AIR (leaks in) plus excess fuel, nets you BOOM.

no MP3 audio so my best assessment. LOL
ok if the front of the CAT has air leaks this can cause
huge waste of fuel as the oxygen sensor goes quite nuts.
nuts means, car will not hold closed loop and economy goes out door.

Sep 10, 2013 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks

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My Liana got a problem of Back fire I changed ignition coil first then i Change their complete head but problem remain same?

Back fire back to where, the intake or exhaust.
intake backfire is a pop sound, not too loud, and is bad timing.
exh backfire means, fuel plus air is in the exh.
and explodes with a loud report , we call it muffler explosing to help
with clear meaning.... in this latter example
you have a bad running motor (rich as pig) a dead CAT and exhuast air leak
all at the same time.

Mar 29, 2013 | 2006 Suzuki Liana 1.3

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2004 civic lx coupe, when i turn my steering wheel left or right it makes a click sound quite loud

you might need to have your tie rods replaced...or maybe your driveshaft

Nov 23, 2011 | 2004 Honda Civic

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My radiator hose exploded just before the thermostat. The serpantine belt has a single groove on the smooth side. of course the car overheated. when i 1st started there was loud screaching sounds coming...

Sounds more like the water pump has locked up...try to spin the pump pulley...the thermostat could have been stuck closed initially causing the over heating, and hose explosion...The serpentine belt will usually immediatelt become contaminated and wear out as anti freeze drenches the pump pulley, and belt...Hope this helps your diagnosis.

Feb 11, 2011 | Ford Thunderbird Cars & Trucks

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sounds like somone did some motor work b4 you bought the truck like a mild cam or valve job

take the car to the engine rebuilders have the m take a look they will sugest solution

Jan 08, 2010 | Chevrolet Monte Carlo Cars & Trucks

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2000 Diamante, Timing Belt ? Loud pop, explosion, bang...

sounds like the belt tensioner. look for any drive pulley that doesn't actually drive anything but is turned by the belt... that is spring loaded and keeps tension on the belt... if it moves freely... it needs to be replaced.

Mar 14, 2009 | 2000 Mitsubishi Diamante

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