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The external temp sensor is located just in front of the right front underside of the car.It is located just in front of the right tire.It will most definately be underneath a protective panel and is quite a large,you can'tt miss it.

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I have a 2006 Ford Taurus and the radio will not work recently replaced battery alternator and starter any suggestions on what it could be I'm check for radio fuse but cannot find radio fuse everything...


all fuse boxes, there is not just one;
and its marked RADIO.


radio will not work (what does that mean)
100% dead
asking for code
display dead or not
or display works but all stations dead.
what.
if 100%dead it can only be 3 things
1: fuse blow , i bet
2, wire cut to radio (called power B+)
3: the radio is dead, bench test it. ask

Jan 20, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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My 2002 Pontiac Bonneville won't start all I get is a clicking noise when I turn the key


First thing to do is to test the battery. Do this by turning on the lights or radio and then try starting it. If the battery is weak when you try to start it the lights will dim or go out completely. If so replace the battery. If the lights stay bright the problem is probably in the solenoid or starter itself. The clicking you are hearing should be the solenoid on the starter trying to engage and most likely doesn't have enough power in the battery to start the car. If you are not mechanical or don't have the right tools you will have to find someone to replace the starter and solenoid. If you end up only changing the battery make sure to hook battery jumper cables or a battery charger to the cable connections to retain power to the car when you remove the battery. This is so your radio doesn't have to be reset by entering the code to the radio. If you don't have a charger or jumper cables, then make sure you have the radio code to reset your radio before disconnecting your battery or you will be disappointed when the new battery goes in and your radio keeps asking for you to enter the code and it won't work.

Oct 28, 2014 | 2002 Pontiac Bonneville

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2003 pontiac sunfire


check the wires to the solenoid on top of the starter.may have rust take off and clean the wires and the contacts .remove one side of the battery to do this if your car has a code for your radio .get the code first .if ok change the starter.

Dec 13, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My radio wont come back on and anti theft light is blinking


its no power go to the starter the rest have power the starter wont make any noise at all

Apr 21, 2013 | 1999 Honda Odyssey

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How to replace a starter on toyota corolla 1999


Make sure you have your radio code if needed otherwise the radio won't work after this. Disconect battry, Unbolt main wire from starter, disconect switch wire from starter, unbolt starter, remove starter, fit new starter, connect switch wire, connect main wire to starter, connect battrey, start a couple of times to make sure all ok, input radio code.

Jun 24, 2012 | 1999 Toyota Corolla

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I unplug my battery , and when I plug again my radio doesnt work , the radio ask me for a code what I do?


Each time you disconnect the battery, the computer loses all codes for security system, radio, etc. If you know the code for radio, enter it into radio using the number buttons. To prevent this again in the future, you should purchase a power cord for the computer. It has the lighter plug on one end and a plug you connect to the car's computer. Plug the lighter plug into any 12 volt plug (not the lighter socket in your car)...you can purchase a portable jump starter with the 12 volt socket. The purpose of this is to keep the car's computer "powered" while you disconnect the battery.

Nov 13, 2010 | 1999 Honda Accord

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My starter is acting up. i am in the process of purchasing a new starter and will install it myself. just need how to install it in easy steps


disconnect the negative battery terminal. make sure the radio doesn't need a security code to work after power is removed. if it does, get the code. you can also use a memory saver. available at parts stores. it plugs into the power outlet/cigarette lighter and holds memory for the computer and the radio.

remove the elecrical connections from the stater, remove the bolts holding the starter. install in reverse order. easy as pie
you can go to autozone.com and register your car. repair guides are available for free

Jun 13, 2010 | 1997 Toyota RAV4

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Radio, lights work but only makes clicking sound will not start


the starter is bad or there is a bad connection. try cleaning the battery terminals. take caution when removing the terminals. the radio might have a security code that needs to be re-entered when power is removed. most likey though, the starter needs replacing.

May 14, 2010 | 2004 Mazda Tribute

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Radio doesn't work after putting a starter on


to put a starter on you have to disconnect power and that can cause the stereo to require you to give a security code to start it. call the dealer near you and with the vehicle vin they can give you the code

May 03, 2010 | 1998 Volkswagen Jetta

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