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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Fuse panel Is inside the DRIVES side.
Open the Driver door. Look at the side of the DAShboard.
THat Giant "B" Shapped plastic cover pops off.
Check the fuses...IF any are broken,black or no good.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 14, 2009
For tropical countries, motor oils with SAE 20W50 viscosity is commonly used. For cold countries, SAE 10W30 viscosity oils are used. You may also use oil of SAE 15W40.
Posted on May 28, 2009
p0340 is indicating a problem with the CMP sensor .. thats "camshaft position sensor" ... the 340 would indicate that the sensor is open or shorted (not giving information) ... look for disconnected or defective CMP or CAMP sensor ..
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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I had this problem where only the drivers door power equipment works.
It is caused by a splice under the driver's seat. Spice #S302 where the input from the drivers door module to the other door modules connects. It is one of those cheap *** splice that should be outlawed. Moisture gets in it and corrodes. Cut back the wires till you get the good stuff and redo it the right way.
Splice S302 can be found under the carpet about six inches before where the wires go up to the drivers seat. It is in a plastic wrap and tape. I believe the wires for the window are brown and white.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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