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I want 5 November lunchtime lucky hot numbers please make it easy for me be specific


Are you so crazy you believe someone has lucky hot numbers?

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Destroyed both keys where do i get the key code to beable to replace the key


Hi Phil:
Sometimes the dealer will have left the code in the owner's manual in the glove box. If you're really lucky??????????
The next thing I would try would be to take the VIN to a dealer, along with proof of ownership. Sometimes they are able to bring that number up on their computer, and then access the key code.
You could even phone them first to see if they can help.
Best of luck.
Cheers.

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I hace a misfire on cylinder 1 replaced ignition coil and fuel injector and still have the same problem I also have an upstream oxygen sensor thats bad you think this might be the problem don't know what...


Could be a number of things. Easiest first. Swap plug wires from a working cylinder if your model has them. Verify the injector is getting power/ground. Even swap injectors and coils from working cylinders. If you have never got anything bad brand new, you're lucky. The next test is a compression test. If there is compression, it should be close to the value of the other cylinders. If no compression. That's another question then. We'll start with these first.

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Wwrong battery polarity


I don't even want to think about it. You could fry...eggs for breakfast.
Try it with the battery correct. See what happens. If you are lucky...you'll want to start buying lottery tickets.
Nothing you can do now, anyway, so just try it. If it shorted out quickly, your lucky. Hopefully, a fuse.

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I need to get my vehicle radio code but i only have the vin# to the vehicle. will this work?


hi.

the dealer should be able to give you the radio code from the vin number or the registration number of the car, but only if it is the original radio.

if you take the radio out and take it into the dealer, they should be able to give you the number from the serial numbers on the radio itself.

if you remove the radio, you may be lucky and find that someone has written the code on the radio itself. i always write the number on the radio, and have been lucky on quite a few occasions.

hope this helps

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Rediness codes will not clear.


you are wasteing your time trying to read codes with a weekend mechanic code reader ,i have one and on an american built vehicle for the american market i can read codes and the emmision test ,but a ??? japanese vehicle will not have this facility as the dealers complain about general garages doing their work ,end of story begining of encrypted software ,you are only lucky that the law states in america that the vehicle must be read via the OBDII for teh emmisions test here in europe its done with a probe in the exhaust ,so your Creader or whatever will not even read our cars ,if your lucky you can read the chassis number buts thats it ,and plug a american style code reader into the new cars then it shuts down the immobilisor if you try to read the codes

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Bought a 1995 hyundai accent from someone and a code is needed to unlock radio and i dont have it


do you have any books or documents with the car that it might be on?
if not remove the radio from the dash, and on it will be a serial number, if you let me have that i will supply your code. if your lucky, someone might even have written the code on the radio case

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Hi i am looking for the radio code for my ford Puma serial number: M021344 if you could help I would be ever so grateful. Thanks


Your going to have to drive to the Ford dealer and the service person there should be able to help you get the codes. He can look it up by using your VIN number to the car and most dealer's are more then happy to help out. If it's you  lucky day, the service person might even reset the radio for you.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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Head number on engine


Your dealer has the manual with the proper ident code.
I lucky a better autoshop as well.
If you are extremely lucky you download the proper manual after 4 years browsing internet. Thus: Straight to proper dealer. Unless you plan to rebuil;d the whole thing with expensive original parts.
Buy a new car better.

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I had the exact same problem and what I had to do is get the radio serial number and then submit it to the dealership parts dept. They then gave me the code. Sometimes if your lucky the radio ser# is found on the outside of the glove-box near the passenger door or is taped on the inside of the glove box.This is if your lucky and if not you will have to remove the stereo and look in the bottom of the radio to find it. Good Luck

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