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Sounds like a fuel problem and most likely a fuel filter clog, the filter is mounted under the car near the fuel filler side of the fuel tank you may have to jack up and support the car on jack stands and wedge the tires for safety, then pull the fuel pump fuse, or let the car sit overnite, dont start or turn on the key at all, remove the gas cap, remove the rear wheel at the filler cap side of the car, remove the silverish metallic fuel filter, plug the fuel lines with a piece of neoprene rubber fuel line and a couple of bolts to stop the fuel from gravity leaking all over the street, put the new filter in paying attention to the direction of fuel flow arrow, if you install the filter backwards you will not be a happy camper at the results.
Chock the front tires, loosen up the lug nutes on the rear tires, jack the rear end up, uncap the adjuster dust caps on the back of the rear drums, either use a brake spoon or straight blade screwdriver and turn the star adjuster while spinning the wheel until you have no resistance. If this does not work remove the rear tires and hit the sides of the drums with a small sledge hammer or hammer to loosen & break up the rust, When you get movement on the drum, hit it betweeen the studs. Be patient, this may take some time.
on the side of the tire you will see a tire size, it should read something like this 175 55 R15 ms or something like that, look at all the tire sides, all or them if they are the same should have the R then a number like 15 or 16 or 17 etc. that is the rim size, look at the first number and the last one, cause the first will tell you the height, a 165, 155,175,etc. all the numbes on all the tires should be the same unless you have preformance tires on it then the front will be smaller then the back tires.... hope this helps you out.....
Don't go to the dealer, unless you just have too much money. Call around to tire shops in your area and see if anyone has a "Bar-Tech" tool or a similar device that will reset your sensors for you and HUGE savings.
it happens every time you run the rear wipers, it blows out the fuse, and thus the red air bag light goes on. they are on the same circuit.
try not to use the rear wiper.
to fix it, just temporarily use a 15 or twenty amp fuse in place of the blown out one (refer to the manual for fuse box and amps), this will set the wiper to sit back in its normal position. After this has been done, go ahead and replace the fuse with the correct amps, and the air bag red light will sets off.
Note:( reason to use higher amps is to allow the wiper to sit back in its own place, otherwise, if using the same lower amps it will keep blowing it out.)
ofcourse disconnect battery first.
hi when you say it sits low you mean back and front its unlikely all your springs have gone weak alltogether at the same time but the corect way to higher it is put harder springs in place of yours or you could leave your springs on and buy four adjustable shockers price you would have to shop around as there will be a big differance between shops have fun yates210456