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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
as to abs problem have a bad sensor or sensor connection not secured to clip did mech scan for codes scanner would explain which side is setting off light ac can be any thing from no freon in line compressor wont come on to fuse/or control at dash if getting power to compressor a/c-clutch may be bad or needs more freon to engage clutch the mech should have given you the codes that set off the service eng soon
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: I need to change the
This is a little much to give you the detailed instruction that this job will require. Presuming you have the tools to do this job, go to the library and get the Motor Manual for the 1993 vintage vehicles and review the secion on coolant sensors.
Warning, this may be more than you want to get involved with. If you are not able to go completely through this procedure, the repair will be more costly than the original sensor replacement.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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Sensor will be part of hub bearing assembly, remove brake caliper, brake rotor will slide off, on back of hub bearing will be three bolt's, remove bolt's, disconnect ABS harness, and hub bearing should come off, some time's will have to used a harmmer to knock it out due to rust.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
SOURCE: How do I repair the
It could just be stuck. Try picking up a can of WD40 and spraying it in the lock and up underneath the handle into the mechanism. Then work the handle back and forth and see if this helps. A lot of times road grime will get in there and gum up the works. Also, try not to get WD40 on the paint, if you do then wipe it off immediately and it wont hurt it any. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
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