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What is the object of level 548? I don't under why the nuts go down but it doesn't register that all the nuts have gone down.

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Have to push the pedal to the floor to get car to stop. Fluid levels fine.

If the pedal really is going down to the floor you must have air in the system and you are compressing it. It is possible to get a very minor leak that lets air in but very little fluid out. If the pedal is going down to the usual level your servo could be acting up. If you get somebody to run the engine and then stop it and press the brake pedal while you listen under the bonnet you should be able to hear the air rush in when the atmospheric valve opens. If it doesn't you may have a leaking hose or the atmospheric valve is not working properly.
Another possibility is seized pistons in your calipers or they are rusted up and sticking. If you jack the car up and get someone to press the brake pedal and see if it locks each wheel in turn, when they take their foot off the pedal you should be able to turn the wheel by hand. If the wheels don't lock when the foot brake is applied or don't unlock when the pedal is released the problem is probably either sticking disc pads or seized pistons.

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Fuel gauge doesn't move despite milage driven and digital readout for miles left to fill fluctuates up and down. Dealers' computer says all normal with car but I've driven over 175 miles on...

This is the fuel level sender, I can't umderstand why an Audi specialist would even think why its computer related... I worked for Audi/ VW for three years and that doesn't make sense. You can find the fuel level sender under a panel that is located under the rear seat bench.

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1999 HZJ75 toyota troopy ...I have what I think is a gear box noice. Noticeably getting worse over several weeks. Gone from a whine to reverberating whine. Occurs worse when acceleration is off but stll in...

I'd check the U-joints first. Then, check for low gear oil level in the gear box.
Also examine it by draining the gear oil to see if it has any metal fragments in it.
If it does, you probably have a bad bearing or something else coming apart.

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The gas gage on our 2001 Nissan Aultima stays on ful all the time how can i fix this problem at home

There is a small resister unit in the gas tank,on your fuel pump, that registers fuel level by electrical current. If this is stuck in the up position it will register full all the time.Don"t laugh, but find a rough road and see if it will come loose,No I'm not kidding.If this doesn,t work the unit will have to be replaced because its broken. This involves changing a perfectly good fuel pump out as well to fix this because the two components are built together. Good Luck

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If you dropped a bolt or nut down the head will it find its way to the oil pan ?

Hello jim slaughter: My name is Roger and I will help with your question. The answer is not likely. You must remove the object before cranking the engine. If you crank the engine over with the object in the cylinder. Major damage will occur. You will impact the piston and cylinder head with the object.If you have aluminumn cylinder heads the object will most likely become implanted in the head and bend valves. It could severly damage the piston and crack the edge of the oil land. If the heads are cast iron. figure bent valves and damaged piston.You will destroy the spark plug also. The best way to remove the object is to remove thhe cylinder head. If this is a late model vehicle you will also need a new set of head bolts. Do not reuse the old bolts. They stretch when tightend and will break. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. This way I know it was useful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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Foreign object has gone down oil filler pipe

there is no object to stop anything going into the engine once it has gone down the oil filler cap.

im guessing it was some kind of nut/bolt? if so id give the advice of not running the engine, maybe if your lucky and you take the cam shaft cover off you'll see the object you have dropped. if it isnt there and it was a very small object, try taking the engine sump off and hope to god that its there, make sure you drain the oil before doing this.

if it is there then begin to worry what damage it has done on its travels threw the engine, if its still in the cam shaft area, then it will have properly done abit of damage to the cam shafts.

if it isnt in any of these id suggest you take the engine head off if it was a bolt/nut before u start running the car again.

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Remove the cuter pin,than that big nut, but You will have to move the grease seal, that covers the inner bearing, under the big nut is the outer bearing, remember the one part of the bearing is attached to inside rotor in both bearings, also You gone have to pack bearing with new grease, don forget to remove caliper taht is bolted with two bolts on back of disk spender, good luck, also when you *** the nut again you gone have to *** it with not side free play and the washer on big nut has to move free, wile wheel spin perfect with out free play

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2. Press and hold presets buttons 2 & 3 or 1 & 4 for approximately 10 seconds.
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Don’t take long, fifteen seconds max before the next step
3. Press the AM/FM button. The radio display changes to another three-digit number. Write this number to the right of the first one.
4. You now have a six-digit number, the first three digits are from STEP 2 and the last three digits are from STEP 3, so you will have a number like this ( 212 - 212 )


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How do i adjust the handbrake on my mx3 its the 1.8 v6 with rear disc brakes

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