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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: installation of rear facing car
Use "pool noodles" that you have pre- cut into lengths equal to the width of the base. Some experimenting will be needed; you may have to stack them like a pyramid, with more towards the back of the seat. Bath towels work as well but are more slippery on leather.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
SOURCE: CODES P0031 AND P0051 A/F
You will need wiring diagrams, to find components
and diagnose the problem
You have 2 O2 Sensor Codes-- for Heater issues
I would look for an O2 Relay, for the heaters, once
you have a diagram to work with
Battery voltage will be to the heaters only
Don't put your meter on the black sensor
wire, you may ruin the sensor, by loading the circuit
Just work the 2 white heater wires on chassis
side, for the 12 v
Unplug the O2 Sensors, and probe the harness heater
wires only, until you get your 12v back
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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