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I would like to know my balance Acc number 120728785


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Automatic door lock 1999 toyota prerunner


hi jerome
I have the procedure for Toyota auto lock, is worth to try it
AUTOMATIC LOCK SETTING
1) Step in the vehicle and make sure that all doors are closed completely
2) Insert the key into the ignition key cylinder.
3) Wait for more than 5 seconds.
4) After turning the key to the ACC position, turn the key from the ACC to the
ON position 5 times within 10 seconds (Last position : ON).
? Status Monitor LED will illuminate for 30 seconds.
Note : In case you implement 6 times or more by mistake,
action steps 6)-8) you made will be canceled.
Please retry from step 2).
5) While the LED is illuminated :
• Open and close the driver's door 2 times.
• Turn the key to the ACC position.
? LED will continue illuminating.
? Indicator lights will flash 2 times.
Ignition controlled door lock ON :
6) While the LED is illuminated:
• Open and close the driver's door 1 time.
• Turn the key ACC-ON-ACC 1 time (Last position : ACC).
? Indicator lights will flash 1 time.
? LED will extinguish.
Ignition controlled door lock OFF :
6) While the LED is illuminated :
• Open and close the driver's door 2 times.
• Turn the key ACC-ON-ACC 1 time (Last position : ACC).
? Indicator lights will flash 2 times.
? LED will extinguish.

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How do I remove the ignition lock on my 1998 Mazda Protege? Tumblers are stuck. Key won't go past accessory.


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Normally we would replace the lock cylinder and housing at the dealer.....but if it were my car I'd uses a punch and hammer to slam that pin in and remove the cylinder. It's worth a try first before having to replace the entire housing.

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You have to have the ignition lock exposed, take the covers off above and below the lock body that holds the cylinder.
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Programing a remote on a 99 quest


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1: get in and lock the doors with the power door lock
2: insert the key into the ignitoin repeatedly IN and OUT 6 times in a row or just keep doing so, until the hazard flashers flash on the dash board (observe the dash board while inserting key)
3: after the hazadrs flash TURN key into the ACC position/not start.(dash will light up) DO NOT START
4: with the key in ACC position, hit lock button on the remote. That will program that remote.
5: to program the other remote simply unlock the door with the door lock switch and relock it with the swithc and hit the other remote button.
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2008 nissan altima a/c issues Last week the car stopped blowing cold air. After doing a pressure test, the low/high readings were both around 100. I assumed that the compressor wasn't kicking on. The compressor clutch had been working until this issue started but there was a noise that sounded like it was going bad. It had 100K miles on it so I replaced it. I also replaced the condensor (due to some damage on the front), the drier, and expansion valve. The only original component that showed a leak when I checked with my UV light was the drier....right at the based of the LP switch. After getting everything buttoned up i pulled vacuum on it for an hour and it held at 29". I then closed the valve and turned the pump off and let it sit for another hour. It was still holding at 29". I hooked up the freon to my manifold gauge and turned the car on with the a/c going. I charged the system until the low/high pressure was 37/190. The air was blowing colder about about 55 degrees. I thought it would be colder but it was an improvement. Once complete and everything disconnected, I turned the car off and went inside. I came back out a few minutes later and cranked the car....compressor wouldn't come on and warm air resumed. I ended up evacuating the system again and repeated the vacuum/recharge process again....cold air around 55 degrees. I reached over and turned the MAX A/C button on, the compressor went off and the warm air was back. I do not know if these two things are related but I also noticed that the condensor/radiator fans are not running at all. Could this be a sensor? Any help would be appreciated. I know enough about this stuff to be dangerous so if you give some tips, please simplify the best you can. Sometimes people give advice they forget that the little details stump us novices at times. ha. Thanks

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