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How hot is the engine in degrees F? Are there any overheating issues besides temp gage? You may need to double check temp gage? If it is overheating, could be number of issues, some possibilities, thermostat--radiator fan--radiator--water pump. Also, you may need to check for combustion gases in the coolant? Are you losing coolant?
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the release rod came off of either the main latch or the inside release handle. My guess would be the latch since I don't see many problems with the inner handles. To check you have to remove the door panel. Follow the rod to the latch area. There should be a plastic type of clip that the rod came off of in the general area of the end of the rod. The rod may just push back into place.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
ive seen this problem before! im betting that you have a mice problem under the hood, they usually get in through the air intake area and stay until there death arrives.look into the airfilter housing.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I just replaced the p/s brake light:
1. Pop off the tabs that cover the screws. (flat screwdriver)
2. Unscrew both screws. (philips-head)
3. There is a metal post attached to the light assembly located towards the front of the assembly pointing in towards the center of the car. This post fits into a rubber grommet that is attached to the car. I had to wiggle and rock the assembly to get the post free from the grommet and the assembly off the car, by pulling to the right.
4. Re-assembly requires lining up and inserting the post back into the grommet (use your best Beavis and ******** sound effect now). Put the screws back in and don't forget the covers.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
I have repolaced a couple switches on these does yours show power when you cut on but will not engage ? if so probably the set/resume switch on steering wheel
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Make sure the doors and trunk,and hood are shut,open them,and shut them .activate the anti theft,wait about 1 minute,and disarm it,see if it will start,if not,the key fob may need to be relearned,try turning the key on,leave it ten minutes,then turn it off,and right back on,then wait ten minutes,and turn it off,and right back on,do this a total of three times,,30 minutes,then try and start.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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