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Check head lights for light out,this is what it means on other cars anyway

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How do I turn off traction control in a 99 alero, keep getting stuck in the snow, also I can't find a button for 4 ways, had this car 6 months and have spent over $2000 in repairs. Help!!

If your model is equipped with traction control, the button on the console marked ETS turns it on and off. Page 4-10
The hazard flasher button is in the middle of the dash with a triangle symbol.
Check your owners manual for details.

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1997 passat, need winter tires. 215 50 15, oem's. What sizes can I go to for replacement? Phil.

If it were my car I would try to stick to a 215 15 with a mud and snow or M+S tread design but I would be looking for a middle number of 70 not 50. The middle number is the width of the tread and in snow a skinny tire is better than a wide tire. It will cut through instead of float over. Floating is okay until you spin, then you are done. Disregard any sales pitch about all season treads being good for winter. It should be illegal for them to claim that because they are no good in any amout of snow more than 2 flakes thick. You could go down to a 205 15 without a lot of trouble but any smaller will start to lower the front of your car significantly. If you go to a larger 225 then you may run into issues with steering and suspension travel, not to mention they will cost a little more. If you live in an area with a lot of ice during the winter you may want to consider studding the tires. It will make a difference but if most of your winter driving is on bare or nearly bare roads don't bother. Studs can be a problem on bare roads and most places have strict rules about when you can put them on and when they come off.
Look for a 215-70-15 or a 205-70-15 for the best results. If you can get a 75 even better but try to stay away from a 50 for winter driving if you can. Hope this helps.

Dec 07, 2010 | 2002 Volkswagen Passat

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The snow flake on the dash is it a warning light

There is no snowflake on the instrument cluster if that is where you see the light. there is a gear (circular) with an ! in the middle. If that is on, you have an issue and may be in emergency cooling mode to rpevent engine overheating damage.

Need a better description of symbol and where exactly it is.

Also, check your coolant level.

U S Focus or Europe?

Nov 26, 2010 | 2001 Ford Focus

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Have a light which looks a snow flake which comes on and off on the dashboard. The car is a Jaguar X-Type Help!

the snow flake means the gear box is going in and out of winter mode my dad had the same thing happen but on a diffrent car he topped up his gear box oil and it was fine after

Nov 08, 2010 | Jaguar X-Type Cars & Trucks

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I have 2008 gmc yukon xl, ive replaced two compressors and i am on my third. makes a loud noise like doesnt want to engage blows cold then hot. and car shakes under hood makes crazy sounds. "snow flake"...

Sounds like the compressor is ok, but the orifice tube may be plugged, making the high pressure side shoot up to too high of a pressure rather quickly. When the pressure on the high side goes down, then the compressor tries to turn on and circulate refrigerant again, but can't for long because of the restriction.

There could be metal filings from the older compressors which were replaced still in the plumbing. Will have to evacuate the system and replace plumbing parts as necessary.

Hopefully your compressor is covered by warranty, but I would not count on it if contamination from old compressors was not properly removed by the prior service.

I would try to get warranty service, though.

The 'snow flake' blinks showing a problem in the a/c system.

Aug 12, 2010 | 2008 GMC Yukon XL

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My yellow light on the dash is like a snow flake.i have a fiat scudo van 04

I don't know ... but I will say that when I have encountered a snow flake on a auto display, it has meant (in the cars I have driven) the air conditioner is turned on.

It may mean something else in your fiat.

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Feb 19, 2010 | 2007 Fiat 124

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