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My A/C is doing the exact same thing and right now is stuck on 50 degrees. My A/C still works, but on occassion it will go up and down on the exterior readings clear even into negative readings. It's bizarre.

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Sounds like you might need a control unit

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1994 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 5.2L OIL DIPSTICK ONLY GOES DOWN HALF WAY THEN STICKS. I pulled it to check the engine oil level and I know this sound crazy but it jambs in the tube halfway down. Anyone have


Push it in till it sticks, remove half way (so 1/4) of travel turn dipstick 180 degrees then push in if jambs again try 1/4 way out & turn 90 degrees. Sounds stupid but this normally works with vehicles haveing trouble getting dip stick in. Just don't force to much.

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I need to know how to install a distributor in a 1986 Chevy 1/2 ton Silverado with a 305 engine


OK...First turn the engine by hand so that the timing mark on the lower front pulley is aligned with the "0" mark on the scale. Align the rotor in the distributor with the #1 tower for that ignition wire (put the cap on and make a mark on the housing then remove the cap and use the mark as a reference).
Put the distributor into the hole in the engine with the rotor and mark aligned. You will notice that the rotor tends to turn away from the aligned position. Note approximately how far it turns and remove it just enough so the bottom gear disengages and you can turn it back so that after it turns, it is aligned more closely. If the distributor goes down all the way, lock ti down loosely. If it does not, keep light downward pressure on it and have someone turn the engine by hand and at some point, you will feel it drop.Then lock it down but do not completely tighten it. Turn the housing so the rotor and mark is exactly aligned and put the cap and wiring back on. At this point, you are either exactly positioned or are exactly 180 degrees out of phase. So, the engine should either start or it won't. If it fails to start, you will need to set the mark again and remove and turn the distributor 180 degrees back to the mark.
That can be avoided by removing the valve cover on the driver side and watcheing the intake rocker arm for #1 cylinder. When the rocker has stopped moving the valve and is in the "relaxed" position,
and the timing mark is set as above, the engine is at TDC after the intake stroke. The only difference in doing it without removing the cover is that you have a 50/50 chance of setting it at the top of the exhaust stroke that will not cause any damage but it won't start which is why you'd need to turn it 180degrees. Either way, remember to lock down the distributor fully after it starts and is timed.
I use the first method because it's less work and most often it goes in right. If you have the covers off then use the second method.
Providing there is nothing else wrong with the engine it always works.
Good luck...any questions, just ask.

Feb 22, 2011 | Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Won't start had jumped and started right up, let run 20 mins.


Replace the battery; lead acid batteries last about 3-5 years, but could be killed in 1 year if it is discharged below 50% on a few occassions.

Aug 14, 2009 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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Temperature problem


Make sure you have 50/50 mix antifreeze, it will still run hot if you have 100% antifreeze. As the antifreeze get's hot, it turns in to gel and the flow slows down and the heat exchange will be reduced. Water is great in transferring heat but it will boil over so antifreeze is added to keep it from boiling over, so a 50/50 (water/antifreeze) mix is used. You can go a bit higher with the antifreeze but try not too and in the winter you can go 40/60 (water/antifreeze) if your in really cold climate area. The other thing to is do you have electric radiator fans?? Think you do, make sure it's working. When you turn on your A/C the radiator fan should come one and also when the temperature  gauge hits 180 - 195 degrees the fan should come on too. If not check the fuse, relay's and wire harness to the fan. Good luck and hope this helps.

Jun 23, 2009 | 1992 Chevrolet Caprice

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1998 Cadillac DeVille Overheats


The cooling fans will not come on until 225 degrees. Normal temp is around 199-215. Sitting still in traffic most will inch up around 220 or so. When you turn ac on it turns the fans on and may cool down engine, Check fan operation.

Jun 16, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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Right front brake caliper freezes up on occassion


You either need to rebuild it correctly, or replace it - which is the most common thing to do. Since you probably have crud in it, you may have the other side crud up as well, so the best thing to do would be to change both. -or redo both brakes on the front end. Hope this helps, Rick

May 04, 2009 | 1997 Hyundai Accent

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