I have a 1995 4runner and the a/c goes in and out. when it works you can hang meat in the truck. But the a/c cuts off by itself. I have replaced the relays and the fuse near in the link. is there any other fuse or relay that Im missing???
ALSO notice if the condenser fan in front of radiator is running up to top speed. Sometimes it will just be running slow. It doesn't mean it's bad fan but not getting correct voltage. Hard wire fan to battery to see if it runs at correct speed (humming fast)...Then check relays and lastly can be capacitors which you would need manual..Also check cluch fan to make sure it runs in stop and go traffic. this will make engine run hot and also result in ac kicking off. Keep eye on temp gauge.
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Apparently you get a good haunch (thicker slab) of your favourite meat and cut it very thin, then pound it. Historically it was pork, or bacon, and the reason was that it could then be salted and hung for a period.
Now with refrigerators that isn't a worry, but the old recipes are still around. Here is a scrumptious looking one
ok here is what you will have to do remove the fuse panel it is down by drivers feet, above it is a push button to release it down.you will also have to remove it from the two hinge pins it hangs from. flip it over so you can see back at the top corner you will find a red and green wire together with a black plug the connection is going to be burned up remove plug cut wire and replace them with new ends and plug back in the red goes towards the windshield.
You should be able to put a piece of rubber fuel line over the section with a hole, clamp both ends. If it's hard to get to, run a long piece of rubber fuel line (inside diameter big enough to fit over smog line), cut the original smog line, attach new rubber fuel line over cut section, wiggle it over the tank to other side where you can cut original line again, and attach both ends with hose clamps. Let me know how it goes, it should work, you can even go around the tank front or back, just make sure you use zip ties or something to keep the hose from hanging down.
There are sensors in the steering column. they are going bad and the whole steering column will need replaced more than likely. waiting for a recall from gm but this is a big safety issue that needs immediate attention. gm will reimburse you if you already have payed to have it fixed and they issue a recall.