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I have been given a small Battery monitor for the car, BUT there are NO Wiring Diagrams/Instructions with it.. There are Three (3) wires coming out of the side of the unit, GREEN, ORANGE & BLACK .. Could ANYone advise me what go's where ??..
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You most likely will need dealer help on this, these older TPMS are not easy to calibrate, it requires a scanner. Next time you need to disconnect the battery use a small charger so the system remains powered up and you don't experience this kind of lost data problem
Hi Chris....When you release the brake pedal, there is a switch underneath the brake pedal that disconnects the circuit to your brake lights causing your brake lights to switch off. Sometimes this brake light switch will go bad and need replacement. For the most part, replacing the brake light switch is very simple. Simply replace the brake light switch with a new one. If your brake light stays on after you turn your car off and you don't want to run your battery down, you may be able to get down underneath the brake pedal and manually pull up on the brake light switch to deactivate it until you can get it repaired. This method will only work if the brake light switch is just sticking.
Hi, welcome to FixYa.com my name is Shawn and I will be answering your question. Two possible causes first a bad DPFE sensor which monitors EGR flow or next clogged EGR ports. Remove the throttle body 4 8mm bolts and a cable then clean the EGR passage out. Clear the code by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes.
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Hi, welcome to FixYa.com my name is Shawn and I will be answering your
The hoses connect to the EGR pipe there are two different size connections one is smaller than the other and the hoses are two different sizes. The DPFE sensor also has a small and larger port connect all the small ends with the small hose it goes EGR tube, small hose, DPFE then do the same with the large port.
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concern, if you need further assistance please ask.
Well first thing to do would be to take it off the key ring as it will get in the way.
If there is no small screw on the back, then there tends to be an indent on one of the corners of the casing. Usually a Penny would work for this. By putting the Penny in the groove and twisting with light pressure, the casing should pop.
If there is no easy pop groove or screw, use a small
flat-head screwdriver and gently pry the two sides apart. Working your way around the outside of the casing.
pop apart, and you will see the battery.
Replace the battery and snap
the remote back together (this may take a bit of pressure).
If you have trouble go to the dealer and ask someone in parts, or service to show you how. They shouldn't charge you for asking how to take the cover off.
Hi and welcome to FixYa! As a first course of action I strongl suggest that you remove the positive battery connector, let it sit for atleast 5mins. then reconnect it again. This will reset the system and can get it back to it's normal condition.
If the problem still persists then the factory/aftermarket alarm system is surely wearing out. Two things to deal with it, have the remote battery replaced or replace the whole security system itself to resolve the issue.
Hope you find this information helpful enough and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!
There are two things that can cause a no start issue. A faulty battery and a worn out starter. As a first course of action I strongly suggest that you charge your battery for if it's weak it won't have enough power to push the starter.
If charging the battery still doesn't resolve the problem then the problem will be the starter itself. Starter replacement is surely recommended.