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2005 Sedona fully charged,compressor does not turn on


Normally you would check for voltage at the relay then the low pressure switch, then the compressor clutch.
With the system charged or the low pressure switch bypassed you should have 12 volts at the clutch and ground. You can also check the clutch with an ohms meter to see if the magnet is open.

Aug 16, 2012 | 2005 Kia Sedona

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Codes wrettinpo401


A P0401 code is "generic"& only gives a "general" area in which to look. Exact OBDII/CAN nomenclature is: Exhaust gas recurculation, insufficient flow detetected. THAT IS PRETTY "GENERAL". It could be a sticking EGR valve. You muffler canister could have collapsed internally. Some better exhaust pipes (like Fords) are dual lined.a pipe within a pipe, & one of those collapsed. The catalytic converter can be getting plugged (they quit anywhere between 90,000. to 140,000. miles. THEN, may be something as simple as a vacuum hose, disconnected between the vacuum switching valve & the EGR.

Sep 13, 2011 | 1996 Ford Taurus

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I cant locate the cooling fan realy


It should be in the engine junction fuse box it the square big one take one relay out take the cover out expose the relay. This is now a tool. there you a re no able to collapse the switch take a relay out collapse it if the fule pump comes on that the fuel socket if the starter comes on that the starter socket until you identify the cooling fancansmo_111.gifcansmo_112.gifyour cooling fan relay can be solid state but that a rare one

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Replace a ignition on 1979 Chevy truck 350 engine


Okay, the ignition switch is located down on the steering column, topside, just under the dash...


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The switch is on the steering column, behind the instrument panel.
  1. Lower the steering column, making sure that it is supported.

    WARNING Extreme care is necessary to prevent damage to the collapsible column.

  2. Make sure that the switch is in the LOCK position. If the lock cylinder is out, pull the switch rod up to the stop, then go down one detent.
  3. Remove the two screws and the switch.
  4. Before installation, make sure the switch is in the LOCK position.
  5. Install the switch using the original screws.

    CAUTION Use of screws that are too long could prevent the column from collapsing on impact.

  6. Install the column.

Aug 12, 2010 | Chevrolet 1500 Cars & Trucks

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CHANGE IGNITION SWITCH ON AUTOMATIC GMC SIERRA WITH 5.7LITER ENGINE


Removal & Installation


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Exploded view of the ignition and key alarm switch

  1. Remove the column shroud halves.
  2. Remove the column-to-dash attaching bolts and slowly lower the steering column, making sure that it is supported.
  3. Remove the multi function switch if necessary.
  4. Remove the key alarm switch, if equipped by gently prying the alarm switch retaining clip with a small screwdriver. Rotate the alarm switch 1/4 in. turn and remove.
WARNING Extreme care is necessary to prevent damage to the collapsible column.

  1. Make sure that the switch is in the Lock position. If the lock cylinder is out, pull the switch rod up to the stop, then go down one detent.
  2. Disconnect the actuating rod from the switch.
  3. Remove the two screws and the switch.
To install:
  1. Before installation, make sure the switch is in the Lock position.
  2. Attach the actuating rod to the switch.
  3. Install the switch using the original screws. Tighten the screws to 12 inch. lbs. (1.4 Nm).
  4. Install the key alarm switch, if equipped . Make sure the retaining clip is parallel to the lock cylinder. Rotate the alarm switch 1/4 in. turn until locked in place.
  5. Install the multi function switch if removed.
CAUTION Use of screws that are too long could prevent the column from collapsing on impact.

  1. Replace the column. Tighten the nuts to 22 ft. lbs. (29 Nm); the bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm).
  2. Install the column shroud halves.


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Exploded view of the alarm switch removal

May 04, 2010 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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How to collapse rear calipers on mini cooper


Did you notice the brake fluid level in the master cylinder before you tried to collapse the calipers? You should see a rise in level as you collapse them (however far they did collapse). If you're not seeing any change in the level (it should fill up) you might have a plugged valve between the caliper and the master cylinder. Loosen the brake fluid line to the caliper and try collapsing it again. If still no go, start dismantling the caliper and look for bent, broken, stuck or mal-adjusted pieces.

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2002 BMW 325ci Power window, driver side button collapsed, nonop


unfortunately there is no way to "fix" that particular issue. the switch needs to be replaced.

Nov 08, 2009 | 1999 BMW 318 ti

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How do you collapse the Windbreak for the A4?


if this is the proper name for the piece above the rear windshiel you have to spray the tabs which you can see if you have someone else pushing the button to make it collapse spray with wd40 then while the other personhits the switch helptabs move out once they start moving you can help push it down if that doesnt work you need a new motor and cables they are pricey vw bug has same one

Jul 23, 2009 | Audi A4 Cars & Trucks

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I have a 307 d-turbo, when i switch the engine on and accelerate the main air feed pipe runnig accross the front of the engine collapses, starving the engine of air


Could just be a soft / collapsed hose but check the air filter and intake for blockage or just a really dirty air filter. It the engine struggles to draw air it will collapse hoses.
Cheers
John

Jan 12, 2009 | 2005 Peugeot 405

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Rear seat stuck in collapsed position


I'm not sure about every other one, but the 2001 Odyssey has a "switch" in the seat so that it can only move one way. If you don't get the seat fully collapsed, it won't let you pull it out. Mine got stuck because I had jumper cables in the "well" and so it wasn't getting all the way collapsed. I "fixed" it by kneeling on the back of the seat and sorta' jumping a little. There was a little click and then the seat released.

Dec 07, 2008 | 2006 Honda Odyssey

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