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Here is my question 2002 gmc envoy slt. locate the fuse box. I plugged in my charger for my phone and the part that you plug in fell a part pushing it into the socket the plug goes in

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Two places I have found them. Under the hood, drivers side. Under the back seat, drivers side.

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Transmission Fluid Level


Recently I have changed the trans filter in my 1992 olds 98,it took 6 litres of trans fluid to fill after,most trannys hold at least 8L from bone dry,like if you rebuilt & had the trans stripped down & rebuilt,so I would guess it would take 6L of fluid after filter change,not much help I know,maybe go to an oil change,tranny flush shop & see what they say?

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Critical Information Needed


For anyone and everyone that is about to, or has posted a repair question, here's my tip.

Include AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE.
Vehicle make
Vehicle year
Vehicle model
If engine related question then include the engine size, or at the very least, how many cylinders
If a transmission related question, then manual or automatic

The whole "my car don't start" or possibly "heater don't work" or transmission don't shift" WITHOUT THE PERTINENT INFORMATION WILL GET YOU NO, OR WRONG INFORMATION.

Every time I see a vague question asked it reminds me of one of the auto parts store I worked at.

It was a simple "Ma and Pa" operation and i was the only employee.

One day a guy walked in and said to the owner, "I need some spark plugs". The owner stood there for a few seconds, turned around and walked back to the shelf, grabbed a box of spark plugs and then he returned to the counter, sitting the box of spark plugs in front of the customer.

The guy asked "Are those the spark plugs I need?" The owner answered, "I don't know if you don't tell me what vehicle you need them for."

FINALLY the guy understood what the problem was. LACK OF INFORMATION.
He then told what he needed the plugs for and got the correct ones. Along with the proper recommended electrode gap.

Sure you can post a vague question, but you may not get a response. If you do, then don't be surprised if it's requesting more information. THEN you get to respond back with the needed info. THEN you MAY get an answer for the question.

When all along, with the proper information to begin with, the question could have been answered WITHOUT the back and forth exchange.

End of Tip (rant)



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A/c not cooling compressor need oil but dont know what brand and how much to put in


run the engine at fast idle run the ac in maximum cooling and after a few minutes check the sight glass if bubbles present in the sight glass there is insufficient amount of refrigerant you'll need to recharge freon and about 10 ml of refrigerant oil PAG is best.

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2003 gmc yukon acts like its not getting fuel. I have replaced the fuel filter but still have the same problem. If you spray starter fluid in it, it will start up and run, sometimes rough and sometimes...


A fuel filter won't fix anything

Just like replacing a blown fuse does nothing

You need to diagnose the problem first

It may act any number of ways to you

Have you confirmed fuel pressure on a gauge
or looking at scan tool software?

Does the pump come on when it doesn't start
& what does the gauge say when you cycle the key?

Do you have a check light on dash or stored codes
you can only see on professional scan tool?

Do you even know how long the spark plugs are
in the motor or looked at fuel trim,or module voltage,
or O2 sensor data?

Right now it sounds as though you have no knowledge about
vehicles & haven't actually done anything

What does work & how do you know that

You have to test the entire truck,then work on the faults
you find

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Shaun just answered my question on a thermostat change on a 3.0 in my 1998 Taurus. Is the answer the same if it is the 24V DOHC?


Hi, this is Shaun again. The answer is the same for a 24v DOHC. Coolant systems are pretty simple and haven't evolved much with different vehicles and motors. It's pretty much the same process with all vehicles.

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Automatic. Hard shifting. what is best case/worst case scenario?


That can not be answered. You need the vehicle and run some diagnostic tests. I don't honestly know why any shop, would quote a price, until they had a vehicle a couple hours,regardless of issues, and had an idea of what any issue ,may be. There is no worst case or price,ever in the automotive trade. Can't guess at the unknown,just to make the customer feel good,only to be very upset later.

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Trying to locate where on the vechicle the fuel pressure cyliond


Hi ,I think you mean the Inlet metering valve Or IMV this is locted in the back of the high pressure fuel pump which is driven by the cambelt,the IMV controls the amount of fuel pressure from the pump to the fuel rail,You haven`t said what the problem is with the car ????,is it just a simple non start or rough running and lack of power,?let me know
Darren.

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Diagram of Kia Optima timing Belt


My sincere apologies for the delayed response.
I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions.
I have only been a free contributor to this site for the past 4-months.

I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway. You may want to Print the Diagrams for future use.

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on the following LINK. It has the Belt Diagrams you will need.

If you would: Before Clicking: Let me know if this helped you, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/2002/make/kia/model/optima/2002_kia_optima_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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03 durango cant get third ro seat to lay down


These can be tricky but here is the FixYa. Raise the CUSHION (where you sit on) of the back seat, it will swing up and out, then down. Now you can lower the back of the seat assembly. Salesmen really should show customers this, but rarely do. Have Fun!!!

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