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figure out where it is first.

2002 Buick... | Answered 15 hours ago


You need to hook a scan tool up that is able to access the SRS diagnostic module. This will be able to tell you what the fault is.

Peugeot Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


Without knowing what it is you are working on, it might be a blown fuse or a bad spot in a fuse box or power distribution box, or maybe a bad ignition switch or bad ground.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


An engine needs 3 things to run, Spark, Fuel, & Compression. If you have verified that you have spark at the plugs, and fuel is making it into the cylinder, and the engine has the proper amount of compression to run... these also have to happen in the correct time. Make sure your timing marks all line up.

1996 Toyota... | Answered 15 hours ago


Easy way to tell is to remove the current sending unit and find out.

2005 Ford Escape... | Answered 15 hours ago


if your sure it all of a sudden has no power, i would assume you tested the wire? was harness on pump inserted all the way ect....have u checked fuel pump reley in fuse panel

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


Looks for a bad spot in the wiring harness between the bulkhead and the headlight.

Kia Rio Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


Depends on what vehicle it is off of, but most major parts stores (Oreilly's, NAPA, Pep Boys, Autozone) are capable of testing them.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


does the cooling cut on and off? if is running all the time then that may cause loss of heat, is there any coolant loss?

1997 Suzuki... | Answered 15 hours ago


This is not Moen website. You need to call Moen
Replacement parts may be obtained by calling 1-800-289-6636
It is spelled stem not stim

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 hours ago


Under the hood. fuse panel. You will need the owners manual to find it though. Ford doesn't mark their panels.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago


Undr steern colum thers a blacbox w electronics..ucan pullout speakr carefully or cover it w tape to lessen sound

1998 Ford... | Answered 16 hours ago


It goes back in the reverse of how it came out. To go further, I need year--make--model? My database only covers vehicles sold in the US, but, if US vehicle, will try to find more info.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 hours ago


The screaching is probably a drive belt not the fan, with engine running open hood and rev engine, if you hear the noise spray some WD 40 onto the alternator belt, it should quiten it, if it does then replace the belt

Volkswagen Golf... | Answered 16 hours ago


you have a leak going through a welded area. The factory uses a seam sealer upon building these cars. So to fix this when the entire car is assembled it quite difficult to do. First you have to locate the nature of your leak. If you can see where it is coming from, great. If not you will need to remove many articles from your car such as the carpet and backing which will have to be removed for proper cleaning from stagnat water sitting in place for sometime now. Any sound board padding going up behind your dash up through the firewall. When all that is removed you can see alot of sheet metal. Inspect all welded seams for traces of rust. That will be an earmark for a leak. Shine a flashlight as far as you can see looking for rust scales throughout.If you have to mix Arm & Hammer baking soda with water 50/50 mix and pour throughout the outside screen into the firewall and watch for that milky film seep into the interior. The soda will ellimanate odors as well for your car. I know this is a tough job which no mechcanic likes to tackle but it does happen to all of us at one point in our lives
Hope you find the leak and get it resealed with a 3M resealing product too
Good luck

2000 Oldsmobile... | Answered 16 hours ago


bank 2 sensor 1 is passanger side and first sensor on the exhaust. i dont know exactly where it is but from the exhaust manifold follow it down until there is a sensor drilled into your exhaust that is your oxygen sensor. then you go rent a tool specially made just for pulling that part out. Or you can take a wrench and try to pull it first but make sure your engine is warm so it is easier to remove. Once the exhaust cools it is so much harder to remove. If you cant get it with the wrench make sure to rent the tool from like autozone. sometimes there easy sometimes a little difficult. good luck also if it comes out easy id say its about a 5-7 minute job.

2004 Jeep Grand... | Answered 16 hours ago

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