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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may need to top up the coolant,r112,r140or what ever the car is useing. if the car can'nt be topped up then you have a leak that needs to be fixed,usually the drier.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Even though your current radio has an AUX button the radio is not programmed to utilize it.
There is no 'easy' way to add the '07 Job 2 and later year model's factory Aux input.
You will need to buy an aftermarket solution. Something like this http://pac-audio.com/productDetails.aspx?ProductId=821&CategoryID=24
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
Replacing headlamp bulbs
Handle a halogen headlamp bulb carefully
and keep out of children’s reach. Grasp the
bulb only by its plastic base and do not touch the
glass. The oil from your hand could cause the bulb
to break the next time the headlamps are
If the bulb is accidentally touched, it should be
cleaned with rubbing alcohol before being used.
To remove the headlamp bulb:
1. Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position,
then open the hood. If you are replacing the driver
side headlamp, unclip the electronic module on the
right side of the battery and move it out of the way.
2. Locate the headlamp bulb through the hole in the
upper radiator support assembly.
3. Release clip and
from the bulb.
4. Remove the bulb
retaining ring by
(when viewed from the
rear) about 1/8 turn to
free it from the bulb socket, and slide the ring off
the plastic base. Keep the ring to retain the new
5. With out turning, remove the old bulb from the
lamp assembly by gently pulling it straight out of the
To install the new bulb:
1. With the flat side of
the bulb’s plastic base
facing upward, insert
the glass end of the
bulb into the lamp
assembly. You may
need to turn the bulb left or right to align the
grooves in the plastic base with the tabs in the lamp
assembly. When the grooves are aligned, push the
bulb into the lamp assembly until the plastic base
contacts the rear of the lamp assembly.
2. Install the bulb retaining ring over the plastic base
until it contacts the rear of the socket by rotating
clockwise until you feel a “stop.”
3. Install the electrical connector into the rear of the
plastic base until it snaps, locking it into position.
4. Turn the headlamps on and make sure they work
properly. If the headlamp was correctly aligned
before you changed the bulb, you should not need to
align it again.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
SOURCE: I am getting a lot
Hello, First thing would be the type of gas you are using. Gas with alcohol in it would not get the mileage of Gas without alcohol. If you were getting 25mpg and drop 10% because of 10% Alcohol in your gas, then that accounts for 2.5MPG of the loss. There is some heat value in the Alcohol, but rule of thumb is less gas is less mileage.
You did not indicate if any "Check Engine" lights were on. You can try to get the car scanned, Autozone, Oreillys, and Advance do it free. But some cars will not record a problem that is intermittent, some cars have to reach a plateau of intermittent events to display a "Checklight".
Not all of the scanners are equal and some places will not connect or test a car without the "Checklight" displaying. Have clean oil and Air filter installed, but watch your tire pressure. Most of the time the Oilchange places let air out of the tires. Have tires inflated below the Maximum rating on the tire BEAD, but usually above the pressure on the door label. Automakers want you to enjoy the soft ride, but it costs you money at the pump.
If your Brakes are dragging it will make a difference. The rear wheels are 2 brakes in one. The Emergency brakes are harder to inspect. Your car is 5 Years old and if you have not had Brake work done, parts may be rusted and not fully retracted.
These are the basics, I think the basics will go along ways into restoring your mileage. The newer cars have more Electronics which are good for keeping an Engine in Tune. Unless you get a "Checklight" most of the potential problems are those which are not monitored. Like tire pressure, clean filters, and Brakes.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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