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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got a 98 explorer doing the same thing... First it was code 12, replaced the 10 amp fuse, now its flashing code 52... so i gotta find the airbag diag. connector... Have no idea where it is...
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
To set the hour, press and hold the CLK control and press SEEK. (Use arrows to increase or decrease hours). To set the minutes, press and hold the CLK control and press TUNE and use arrows.
This should work unless your vehicle has a separate clock module.(Other than the digital radio display).
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
It means the transmission has seen a fault and there will be a code set for
the fault. Get the trouble codes read at an auto parts store such as AutoZone where they usually do it free and post the code if you can. It can reset its self
every time you turn the vehicle off but it will not fix the problem. Could be a minor or a major problem so you don't know till the codes are read.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: flickering oil light
This could be two unassociated problems; the flickering oil light can indicate that the pressure sensor for the idiot light is failing- this is not uncommon, the other can be a failed temperature sensor sensor on the main radiator.
The low oil pressure condition may also be indicative of a worn engine part or parts. It would make sense to have the actual oil pressure checked in a shop to see if it is in the normal range which should lay between ~30 & 60 pounds depending on engine RPMs and engine temperature. The idiot lights trigger at around 4-5 pounds and this is really pretty late for a warning; if the pressure is actually that low, not only lubrication is too little but the cooling effect of the circulating oil is inadequate.
If it was my car, I would replace both sensors before getting too worried. The cost of these together (parts only) should be well under $50 US.
Posted on May 25, 2009
SOURCE: radio display doesnt light up
I had the same problem too. Eventually ended up at www.shareamemory.com. You can either purchase instructions on how to repair it yourself or purchase a reconditioned board. I attempted to fix it myself and realized that I can't solder. So I purchased a board and have a had a brightly lit display for at least two years. I hope this works for you
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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