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When attempting to start my 2.5 Triton when the door is open, I see the door open indication on the instrument panel flashing with an audible alarm. This continues for a few seconds only. When the door is closed the Triton still does not start

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SOURCE: My 99' Mitsubishi Montero Sport

You need to have the computer coded to see what it might kick out to you as the problem. It could be you have a sensor that is getting weak, or the computer is not reading something as it should be. The computer controls everything in your vehicle, with the help of all kinds of sensors through out the engine and transmission. You could check the ujoints, by putting the vehicle up on jack stands, getting under it and trying to move the drive shift. If you can move it even a bit, the ujoints should be replaced. But if not, then they are fine. I don't think the hesitate has anything to do with the ujoints as the drive shaft. But more the transmission. But if you get the computer coded, it might print out what the problem is. It could be a cable getting weak in how the transmission shafts its self too. If you got an AutoZone close by they will code your vehicle for free. If that checks out ok, I would get those cables checked to see if one is getting weak, needs to be replaced or then get the fluid, filter replaced and put in some transmission conditioner in with the fluid change that should help too. You can get the transmission conditioner at any parts store, be sure to ask whoever does the transmission fluid and filter change to put that conditioner in

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Alarm keeps sounding and blue light is flashing on

This may sound silly but it worked for me. Try sticking the key in the drivers side door with the alarm going off and go through the motion of unlocking the door. Good luck.

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Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: All tires have 37 psi

It's a Tyres Monitoring Pressure (TMP) system ECU (Electronic Control Unit) temporary faulty. Run for few miles above 30 mph, and all the temporary faults of Tyres Monitoring Pressure (TMP) system ECU will dissappear themselves. Also you can access & erase the TMP system ECU for all Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) memored, if you will connect a Mitsubishi diagnostic equipment to the data link connector of the car.

Posted on Oct 27, 2010

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SOURCE: rear drivers door lock latch

check where the latcches connect. you may need to move the one on the car in toward the front abit

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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My 2004 Pontiac grand am se1 acts like door is open and interior light stays on also does t lock on its own when in gear and lights don't blink and horn not honk when locking with key bob


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Parking brake state sensing.


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Any one know 4by4 Mitsubishi triton no codes cranks need help urgent


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I can't find the fuse panel on my 2006 xlt triton ford PU.


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It is in the passenger side kick panel, same place the fuel inertia switch it at ( and the location description for that reads much better ).

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I have a 1993 VW Passat VR6, My problem is when I try to start it, I have no spark from the spark plugs..What could be the problem or how do I fix this?????


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How to replace heater hose. they are the hoses a e back of the engine by the fire wall


Taurus And Sable - Removal And Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait for at least 1 minute for the SRS or air bag module to deplete its energy.

  2. Place the front wheels in the straight-ahead position.
  3. Lock the steering column.
  4. Remove or disconnect the following:
    SRS bolt covers from both sides of the steering wheel SRS module-to-steering wheel bolts SRS module and disconnect the electrical connector Steering wheel bolt and discard it
  5. Press the steering wheel from the steering column.
    Lower steering column shaft bolt 2 lower instrument panel cover-to-instrument panel screws and unsnap the lower cover from the instrument panel
  6. Turn ignition switch to the RUN position
  7. Insert a 1 / 8 in. (3mm) wire or pin punch in the lower steering column shroud hole, under the ignition switch; then, press on the pin while pulling out on the ignition switch lock cylinder and remove it from the steering column lock cylinder housing.
  8. Remove or disconnect the following:
    3 steering column shroud screws and the shrouds Shift control selector lever boot Gearshift lever pin from the manual control lever and remove the lever Wiring connector at the bottom of the steering column and remove the wiring from the column, (if equipped with an overdrive lockout switch on the manual control lever) Electrical connectors Multi-function switch screws and move it aside Shift indicator cable from the shifter tube Shifter indicator-to-column adjustment cable screw Interlock cable and actuator (if equipped with a column shift) 4 steering column-to-instrument panel bracket nuts and steering column Push pins and the lower instrument cover from the instrument panel reinforcement (at the passenger-s side) Console finish panel
  9. Under the steering column, 2 instrument panel brace screws, the courtesy lamp socket, the 2 Diagnostic Link Connector (DLC) screws and the instrument panel brace.
  10. If not equipped with an Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC), disconnect the electrical connectors and the vacuum harness from the evaporator housing and the blower motor.
  11. If equipped with an Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC), remove the sensor hose/elbow and disconnect the electrical harness connectors and the vacuum hose harness from the evaporator housing.
  12. Insert the Radio Removing tools 415-001into the integrated control panel faceplate; then, push the tools in approximately 1 1 / 2 in. (38mm) to release the retaining clips. Spread the tools slightly and pull the integrated control panel from the instrument panel.
  13. Remove or disconnect the following:
    Electrical connectors and the automatic temperature control sensor hose and elbow, if equipped 6 console center finish panel screws and the panel, (if equipped with a floor shift) 4 instrument panel finish panel screws and panel, located at the right side of the steering column, (if equipped with a column shift) Instrument cluster finish panel-to-instrument panel clips and pull the finish panel straight out 4 instrument cluster-to-instrument panel screws, the electrical connectors and the instrument cluster Upper finish panel (located at the top of the instrument panel) Light sensor amplifier connector, (if equipped with an autolamp) Instrument panel finish end panels on both sides of the instrument panel Front scuff plates and pull the door weatherstrip away from the instrument panel (on both sides of the instrument panel) 3 instrument panel-to-upper cowl top panel screws 2 screws at each end of the instrument panel Instrument panel electrical connectors and the parking brake switch Instrument panel
  14. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse
  15. Remove or disconnect the following:
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  16. Rotate the primary air conditioning air temperature control door shaft downward, swing the metal link counterclockwise and remove it from the pin.
  17. Remove the 3 heater core cover-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screws, the cover and the seal.
  18. Press on the heater core tubes and remove the heater core from the heater/air conditioning housing assembly.

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Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
CAUTION The vehicles covered by this manual are all equipped with a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS), which uses an air bag. Whenever working near any of the SRS components, such as the impact sensors, the air bag module, steering column and instrument panel, disable the SRS, as described in Section 6.

THIS SHOULD READ STEPS 1-60:

  1. Disable the air bag system.
  2. Remove the screws that hold the lower instrument panel console to the floor bracket and instrument panel.
  3. Move the console rearward from around the instrument panel supports.
  4. Remove the lower instrument panel console.
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Remove the lower instrument panel console from the vehicle

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Remove the lower heat duct from the instrument panel support

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Remove the lower instrument panel supports from the vehicle

  1. Remove the screw that secures the lower heat duct to the instrument panel support.
  2. Remove the heat duct from the vehicle.
  3. Remove the bolts securing the lower supports to the instrument panel frame and floor.
  1. Remove the right instrument panel end cover by performing the following;
  2. Open the passenger side door.
  3. Disengage the retaining clips securing the cover to the instrument panel.
  4. Remove the foam pad covering the A/C inlet projection of the end cover, if equipped.
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Remove the left instrument panel end cover

  1. Remove the left instrument panel end cover by performing the following;
  2. Open the driver side door.
  3. Remove screws holding the parking brake release handle to the instrument panel.
  4. Remove the screws that hold the bottom of the lower steering column cover to the instrument panel.
  5. Remove the screw that holds the right side of the lower steering column cover to the instrument panel.
  6. Disengage the parking brake release cable case from the groove on the end of the parking brake release handle, then disengage the cable end pivot from the slot on the release handle.
  7. Disengage the retaining clips securing the end cover to the instrument panel.
  1. Disengage the wiring harness connector from the passenger air bag module.
  2. Disengage the hidden retaining clips that secure the door sill plate from the door sill. Remove the left and right side door sill plates from the vehicle.
  3. Disengage the hidden retaining clips that secure the interior cowl trim from the cowl panel. Remove the left and right side interior cowl trim from the vehicle.
  4. Remove the A-pillar trim covers.
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Glove box assembly exploded view

  1. Remove the glove box.
  2. Unplug the antenna lead connector from behind the glove box.
  3. Remove the knee blocker reinforcement panel from under the steering column.
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Junction block and body control module connectors

  1. Unplug the lower two, 40-pin wiring harness connectors from the main junction block near the left side cowl panel.
  2. Unplug the instrument panel wiring harness connector from the bottom of the body control module.
  3. Unplug the two, 40-pin wiring harness connectors from the right of the steering column.
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Remove the clinch bolt joining the upper-to-lower steering column shafts

  1. Remove the clinch bolt securing the upper steering column shaft to the lower steering column shaft. Separate the upper and lower shaft.
  2. Remove the nuts securing the instrument panel frame to the metal brake pedal support on each side of the steering column.
  1. If equipped with a mechanical transmission range indicator, perform the following;
  2. Remove the indicator cable loop.
  3. Remove the clip securing the gear shift cable end to the gear selector adapter.
  4. Pull the cable end from the gear selector.
  5. Disconnect the clip for the indicator cable and guide tube from the shift cable bracket and move out of the way.
  6. Remove the nut securing the gear shift cable bracket to the instrument panel frame.
  7. Remove the bracket from the instrument panel.
  8. Remove the screw and bolt holding the hood release handle to the instrument panel, then set the handle out of the way.
  9. Using a very flat pry tool wrapped in a towel to prevent scuffing or damaging the instrument panel pad, disengage the clips holding the rear edge of the instrument panel top cover. Pull up on the cover enough to unplug the wiring harness connector from the message center.
  10. Pull the top cover rearward to disengage the hooks that secure the front of the cover to the instrument panel. Remove the instrument panel top cover from the vehicle.
  11. Unplug the wire connector from the HVAC wiring harness connector behind the glove box area.
  12. Remove the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the brackets on the cowl side panels.
  13. Loosen, but do not remove, the pivot bolts holding the instrument panel to the cowl panels.
  14. Remove the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the dash panel below the windshield opening.
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Remove the instrument panel assembly from the vehicle

  1. With the help of an assistant, remove the instrument panel assembly from the vehicle.
To install:
  1. With the help of an assistant, correctly position the instrument panel assembly into the vehicle.
  2. Install and tighten the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the dash panel below the windshield opening.
  3. Tighten the pivot bolts holding the instrument panel to the cowl panels.
  4. Install and tighten the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the brackets on the cowl side panels.
  5. Plug the wire connector into the HVAC wiring harness connector behind the glove box area.
  6. Place the instrument panel top cover onto the instrument panel and plug in the wiring harness connector to the message center. Install the top cover being certain to engage all of the hooks and retaining clips.
  7. Place the hood release handle in position on the instrument panel. Install and tighten the mounting screw and bolt.
  8. Install the gear shift bracket to the instrument panel.
  9. If equipped with a mechanical transmission range indicator, install the indicator cable and guide tube. Install the cable retaining clips.
  10. Install and tighten the nuts securing the instrument panel frame to the metal brake pedal support on each side of the steering column.
  11. Join the upper steering column shaft to the lower steering column shaft and secure with the clinch bolt.
  12. Plug in the two, 40-pin wiring harness connectors to the right of the steering column.
  13. Plug in the instrument panel wiring harness connector to body control module.
  14. Plug in the lower two, 40-pin wiring harness connectors to the main junction block.
  15. Install the knee blocker reinforcement panel.
  16. Plug in the antenna lead connector.
  17. Install the glove box.
  18. Install the A-pillar trim covers.
  19. Install the cowl trim covers door sill plates
  20. Plug in the wiring harness connector to the passenger air bag module.
  21. Install the left and right instrument panel end covers.
  22. Install the lower steering column cover. Be sure to install the parking brake release handle.
  23. Install the lower supports to the instrument panel frame and floor. Install and tighten the mounting fasteners.
  24. Install the lower heat duct into the vehicle.
  25. Install the lower instrument panel console assembly.
  26. Connect the negative battery cable.
  27. Test all the instrument on the instrument panel assembly to verify that they operate properly.

Dec 07, 2009 | 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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A/C evaporator overhaul on a Lincoln Continental 1999


SECTION 412-03: Air Conditioning 1999 Continental Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Evaporator Core Removal
NOTE: The evaporator core is serviced as a core and housing assembly. The evaporator core, internal doors, seals and door linkage are included with the housing. Transfer the blower motor and wheel assembly, heater core and cover, dash panel seals and vacuum actuators to the new housing.
  1. Remove the rear seat airflow duct (18C420). For additional information, refer to Section 412-01 .
  1. Remove the instrument panel (04320). For additional information, refer to Section 501-12 .
Instrument Panel Removal
sxe~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to static electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result.
  1. Remove the passenger side air bag module. For additional information, refer to Section 501-20B .
  1. If equipped, remove the floor console; refer to Console—Floor .
  1. If equipped, remove the mini console; refer to Console—Mini .
  1. If equipped, remove the rear seat climate control air duct sleeve.
  1. Remove the steering column; refer to Section 211-04 .
  1. Release the cable from the parking brake actuator.
    1. Release the cable from the parking brake actuator.
    1. Release the cable conduit from the parking brake actuator.
  1. Disconnect the LH outboard bulkhead electrical connector.
    1. Loosen the bolt.
    1. Disconnect the LH bulkhead electrical connector.
  1. Disconnect the LH inboard bulkhead electrical connector.
    1. Loosen the bolt.
    1. Disconnect the LH bulkhead electrical connector.
  1. If equipped, disconnect the heated seat switch electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the steering column mounting support to instrument cowl brace bolts.
  1. Remove the instrument panel dash brace to instrument panel bolt.
  1. Position the instrument panel dash brace aside.
    1. Loosen the nut.
    1. Position the instrument panel dash brace aside.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel insulator (046A24).
    1. Remove the pin-type retainers.
    1. Remove the RH instrument panel insulator.
      • Remove the courtesy lamp.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector.
  1. Disconnect the in-line electrical harness connector.
  1. Position the RH scuff plate aside.
  1. Remove the RH cowl trim panel.
  1. Disconnect the antenna in-line connector.
  1. Remove the ignition/shifter interlock cable from the bracket and the shifter interlock cam.
  1. Remove the instrument panel defroster opening grille assembly.
    1. Lift upward to release the instrument panel defroster opening grille assembly from the instrument panel.
    1. Disconnect the two electrical connectors (one each side).
    1. Remove the instrument panel defroster opening grille assembly.
  1. Remove the instrument panel cowl top screws.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel support to cowl side nut.
  1. Remove the LH instrument panel support to cowl side bolts.
  1. Loosen the LH instrument panel support to cowl side captive bolt.
  1. Position the instrument panel away from the cowl.
    • Disconnect the electronic air temperature control (EATC) hose from the heater plenum.
  1. NOTE: Two technicians are required to carry out this step.
    NOTE: Check the cowl top clips for damage, looseness, or stripped fasteners.
    Remove the instrument panel (04320).
  1. Drain the coolant from the radiator so that the coolant level is below the heater core (18476). For additional information, refer to Section 303-03 .
  1. Recover the refrigerant. For additional information, refer to Section 412-00 .
  1. Loosen the screw and disconnect the electrical connector from the powertrain control module (PCM) (12A650).
  1. Disconnect the heater water hoses (18472) from the heater core.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum supply hose.
  1. Disconnect the condenser to evaporator tube and the evaporator to accumulator tube spring lock couplings from the A/C evaporator core (19860). For additional information, refer to Section 412-00 .
  1. Disconnect the evaporator housing electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the nuts and the washers at the cowl panel.
  1. Remove the screws and the A/C evaporator housing.
  1. Remove the screws and the metal cover.
  1. Remove the screws and the A/C electronic blend door actuator.
  1. Remove the A/C air intake flue damper assist spring (19917).
  1. sxe~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Do not attempt to bend any part of the A/C damper door shaft (19A580). It is brittle and will break.
    Depress the locking ramp and remove the A/C damper door shaft from the air temperature control door shaft.
  1. sxe~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Do not attempt to bend any part of the lever. It is brittle and will break.
    Remove the A/C evaporator case outlet door shaft (19B752).
  1. Remove the A/C tube dash panel seal (19B588) and the A/C evaporator drain tube seal (19B739).

Apr 25, 2009 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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