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What is the price of the small front light on a 2006 CLS500

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Fuse box layout for 2005 honda crv


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30 Power Window Relay
Fuel Pump
ACG
ABS/VSA
Heated Seats*
Front Fog Lights*
Not used
Rear Wiper
ODS (Occupant Detection System)
Meter
SRS
Right Headlight High Beam
Left Headlight High Beam
Small Light (Interior)
Small Light (Exterior)
Right Headlight Low Beam
Left Headlight Low Beam
Main Headlight High Beam
Small Lights MAIN
TPMS
Headlight Low Beam
Not used
Not used
Moonroof*
Door Lock
Front Left Power Window
HAC Option
Rear Accessory Socket
Accessory
Front Right Power Window
Accessory Power Socket on the Center Table*
Rear Right Power Window
Rear Left power window
ACC Radio
ACC Key lock
HAC
Daytime Running Lights
Front Wiper * If equipped

Dec 06, 2013 | 2005 Honda CR-V

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Get rid of your Audi's airbag warning light by fixing it for good


All of us who own Audi A4s, and many owners of A6 and A8 models, are all too aware of the airbag warning light on the dash. It's a common issue with our cars (those equipped with seat-mounted side airbags), and it's very often not an actual fault with the system. Nonetheless, it's still there and it's annoying. It's usually caused by moving the seat just a little too far - the airbag connector for the seat bag gets strained and opens up just a hair, for a second or so, which is enough to set the fault light, even though the bag is fully functional and the problem was a momentary disconnect. Here's how to fix it.

Look under the front edge of the seat - you'll see two sets of connectors. One, the larger one, has a black harness plug and multiple wires on it (this is for your power seat motors, and seat heating elements). The other, toward the center of the car, is bright yellow with only a few wires. This is the airbag connector. What I did in my car was to use small zip-ties, and zip tie the connector halves tightly together - be careful not to pinch any wires while doing this. Once the zip tie is looped around the connector, pull it tight, turn off the airbag light (either have a shop do it, or look at my Tips and Tricks and see the one about diagnosing your own check engine light - there's a way you can do it yourself for minimal investment), and you should be good to go. Over time, the zip tie may stretch and need to be pulled tight again, or replaced, as I've had to do, but to me, that's a small price to pay to have the light off, and to not pay a dealer $60 to do it for me each time.

on Dec 17, 2009 | Audi A4 Cars & Trucks

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Driver's side front brake became suddenly stuck ( and mildly smoking) on my 1991 ford aerostar xl that has been excellently maintained. The 'Rear Anti-Lock' brake light came on yesterday and stayed on, and...


yes baby it to him and replace both calipers and rotors as they will work better with your new brake pads. Do Not Do a half a job when it comes to brakes. its your family you are dealing with. calipers are cheap rotors are cheaper and pads are also cheap. its 3 hours labour to do a complete front brake job and rear brakes take 2 hours. with new shoes turn drums replace wheel cylinders and new rear brake hardware price in Canadian for front brakes under 400 price for rear under 250 American parts prices slightly different but labour times the same

Sep 18, 2013 | Ford Aerostar Cars & Trucks

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Front side lights not working


(you don't say which model you have, so I'm guessing) then there are very small bits of loom to the front sidelights, check they are connected at both ends.Check all the fuses if ok.thanks,Reymond

Oct 19, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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Price for front and back rotors and pads for my GMC Envoy. Can I do by myself ? 4 wheel drive SLE model. are these Canadian prices


You can buy and install these yourself, very easy job. Any automotive retailer will have all in stock.

Depending on the grades you buy, pricing can vary greatly.

OEM replacements for rotors are about $39 a piece. (Can probably find cheaper online)
OEM replacements for the pads are about $20 an axle.

Pricing can go up a lot if you decide to get drilled and slotted rotors, or high end pads.


Pricing is in US dollars.

Apr 12, 2011 | 2003 GMC Envoy

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A warning symbol keeps on showing on my BMW 318i 2002 model. It's like a seat with a balloon in front. I assume it's the front airbag, but what's the problem and how can I fix it?


You need to get hold of a tool to read your supplemental restraint system (SRS) codes. Fortunately, for 2002 models, tools are commercially available for a fairly reasonable price, or you can visit a shop that works on BMWs and have them check it.
Often times, airbag codes result from someone abusing a seat belt buckle or from something heavy bouncing on the passenger seat, confusing the occupant sensor. If you just reset the light (which the code reader will do) it often will not recur. If the light comes right back, you have a problem and you need to get it fixed. If the light is lit, they air bags may fail to deploy in an accident, or they may all deploy in an accident (which would total the car and be really hard on your eardrums) The code should give a clue as to where the problem is.

Mar 07, 2011 | BMW 3 Series Cars & Trucks

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BMW 5 series - 2005 model - resetting service & waring lights


the brake pad warning light is controlled by a sensor located in the front and rear brake pads, small contact with 2 wires that plud into a harness, if they are bad I think the replacement cost is around 5-10 dollars for a new one, there will only be one in the front and one in the rear, the service light is turned out by a special tool at the dealer

Mar 27, 2009 | 1991 BMW 5 Series

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I need catalyst type and DOT numbers on the headlights


2005 avalon high beam..#9005..low beam..#9006st...2008scion..high beam..#9005..low beam..#H11

Nov 13, 2008 | 2005 Toyota Avalon

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High Mileage.... No Timing belt change!....


If you buy this car, you should change the timing belt asap. Check Edmonds, and other internet sites for average prices, (197k miles brings the price down for sure, internet sites should give an amount to deduct for the miles) average for this year is around 70k). The fog light and small dent aren't big issues, but deduct the cost of timing belt change from prices you get on the internet. Good Luck coountrycurt0

Aug 10, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Corolla

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