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I have a 2006 SCION XA. I have been filling the tank on this ****** twice a week and there is no engine light coming on. I took it to the ealership and they say there is nothing wrong with it. My car is...


You should get 350 per full tank,and the smell of raw gas,you have a leak,Dont rely on the check engine light if you nose can detect it then your right,You will need to cycle the key but dont start the engine some how the fuel pump has to be turned on with the engine cold and you will be able to see the fuel leak,with the engine warm up a fuel leak will just evaporate too quicly for it to be noticed, the dealer obviously doesnt want to fiqure it out.

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Buick rendezvous 2006 - red light says "brake


Open the hood; look on the driver's side, toward the back of the engine compartment, where you will see a large drum mounted onto the firewall. On the front of this drum( the brake power vacuum booster) you will see a small, rectangular block with a plastic tank mounted on top. This is your brake fluid reservoir. On the side you will see 2 lines cast into the plastic; a ' full' line and an ' add ' line. Remove this cap ( black plastic ) and fill to the top ( full ) line. Replace cap and look over the system , since the brake system is designed to not need additional fluid as your brake pads wear normally. If you need to keep adding fluid, you may have a leak which could cause some serious braking issues. You may also want to have your brake pads inspected as you may need them replaced, as well as having the brake rotors turned ( resurfaced).
I hope this helps!!

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My gas was low... and my gas light came on when i was on my way to fill up, as i was driving my gas gauge started to climb... went right to full, i turned the car off and left it for a few minutes, turned...


I have had this problem. I was told that the gas gauge sensor is floating. You have to let it settle for a lil bit, on a flat parking surface. Also, shut the car off when filling up, sometimes it'll say it has more fuel in it than it really does when it's running.

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My 2008 dodge avenger just overheated from a cold start all the way to red in about 2 miles of driving. It has never done this before and after it went to red it went down a bit then back up and stayed...


The coolant reservoir is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It should have a radiator cap on it. The design is not very good, because it can be a little tough to see exactly what level the coolant is at. Just look through the side and shake it to see the general level of coolant.

For the oil reminder, reset it by following these steps:
-Turn key to the run position(where all the lights come on but don't start the engine)
-After about 1 second, press the accelerator pedal all the way to the floor and let it come all the way up 3 times within about 5 seconds.
-Then turn the car off.

It won't work if the gas pedal does not go all the way down and up, if you go too fast, or if you don't turn it off afterward. Watch for the small red dot light to go out as an indicator for success. You will probably have to try it a couple of times before it actually resets.

Hope this helps!

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2002 Dodge Stratus - I want to add water and antifreeze but when I try to turn the radiator cap, it turns but wont come off. Were do I add fluid?


The correct place to add engine coolant is the radiator's expansion tank. It should be a large tank under the hood with a cap that says "Coolant". The tanks will also have an Add and FULL level. Fill this tank when the engine has cooled to the FULL level. As for the radiator cap, it should come off when pressed down with hand pressure and at the same time turned in a counter clockwise rotation. DO NOT open the radiator cap when the engine is hot or at operating temperatures.

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96' Cavalier coolant light on, replaced thermostat, fan not on


sound like your coolant temp sensor runs your fans.

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My dashboard light does not come up.


may need a new dimmer switch (rheostat)

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Gas gage constantly says full when it's not!


Unfortunately this is most likely the fuel pump module, which includes the fuel level sensor also. This should be diagnosed more thoroughly with a scanner, a good scanner will be able to check instrument cluster separately to confirm the gage is working right,and check for trouble codes that may not light any warning lamps. Hope this helps. Rate me please.P.S. Dont use that fuel station any more.

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Dont have user manual for 2001 2 door sport diesel warning light bottom right corner of dash yellow radiator icon has come on and dont know what it signifies as coolant level is correct etc


possibly check radiator no leaks first then check coolant bottle reservoir if not full fill up with 50/50 water /coolant then tajke the cap off the radiator/ turn the car on and fill the radiator it will burp until its full then putr cap on and the coolant reservoir cap on then check to see if the light is on/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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