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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine doesn't start every time
It should still be under warranty. Sounds like a possible bad ground somewhere or a security system malfunction. Likely it will act up when you need it not to, so I'd have it checked out.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
most of the time the disc is bad but when the disc goes bad its the navi unit that causes that to go bad so if you replace just disc will need another one soon after recommend replacing unit or ship to repair facilty for repairs
Posted on May 02, 2009
What you describe is consistant with a lifter not pumping up except at a little higher rpm, which would make sense. You have overhead cams, with hydrolic lifters. They pump up with oil. If you have one that is not fully "pumped", it will make a clicking noise when the camlobe moves it and it strikes the valve. This is not the only thing it could be...and maybe it is the tensioner, but if it is coming from the valve area....Also, your dealer should have a special stethescope so the mechanic can listen in spots, and move the pick-up to where the noise gets louder and make a better diagnosis.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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Try this, as silly as it sounds, drive your car slowly in a complete 360 degree circle three times around in a counter clockwise direction...it just might help your navigation system to find it's way again. Note: make sure the Nav. is on while you try the above.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
9 times out of 10 it is a faulty sensor. if you have the 4 cylinder engine, v-tech? it will be located on the back of the block next to the oil filter. if you have the V6 it will be under the intake manifold.you can test the knock sensor with a dvm. set your mter on continuity, hook your leeds to the single pin conector and the side of the sensor, you should have a resistance reading.now lightly tap on the side of the sensor with a small screw driver. if the resistance changes the sensor is good
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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