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Cars & Trucks | Answered 12 hours ago

Possible crack somewhere in the wheel itself. I'd be checking that wheel with a magnifying glass if had to. Put the spare on hat position first and see if squeak is gone.

1995 Jeep Grand... | Answered 12 hours ago

My partsbook did show a fuel filter? This 09 ford focus 2.0L engine. Did you look underneath on front of gas tank. Don't take any fuel lines loose unless your sure, no pressure on the system.
When working under a vehicle there are safety issues. Safety is your responsibility.
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Cars & Trucks | Answered 12 hours ago

Just to give it a try -
Get under the car, hold a piece of wood to the gas tank bottom and whack the wooden block a few solid licks with a pretty good size hammer. Not so hard that it bends the tank but not light taps either.
IF it is a bad fuel pump, sometimes this will give you some life back in the pump (it jolts the motor brushes.) At least long enough to say it's the problem and get it to the shop. I've used this trick a couple of times.

Nissan Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

-Most likely the sensor itself. possible not the sensor may be broken wire to the sensor as well.
-Check it out and replace it if it is bad.

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Cars & Trucks | Answered 12 hours ago

Usually if the lamps act weird, I check grounds, ground wires should be black. You could try redundant grounds to see if it helps. You take a jumper wire splice into ground wire, run jumper to clean chassis ground. There might be a screw close by where you could ground it? There might be other issues?
At the lower rear, you brake and turn use the same bulb filament, but not at the same time.

Chevrolet Astro... | Answered 12 hours ago

Either loosing fuel pressure or most likely still has air in the system. Air in the lines and filters can cause a lot of frustration. Bleed all you can from the lines and then do the injectors last. I pressurize the tank with very low air pressure to bleed the system. Use a small air compressor on the fuel tank vent line with the fitting the line came off of plugged to make a little pressure on the tank, turning the pump off as you are in procedure so not to make too much pressure and bleed the filter fitting then the connection at injector pump then the injectors in order as you come to them from said pump. Once done, take the cap off the fuel tank and let the pressure off and re-hook the vent line to tank fill neck. Now that all air is out, it will start and run continuously. Air is evil to diesel systems.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

Open the door manually and look for the metal contact points / pads that are on the door and inside frame of the door jam. Take stainless steel or a wire brush and buff them out to get the grime off them and shine them up so they make good contact. If the slide motor is good, that should solve that issue.

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Hyundai Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

ONly sign I would use is if it gives a mileage in the maintenance portion of your owners manual. Most times it is timing belts that need replaced at 80K miles or whatever but that isn't necessarily the case with timing chains.

No other real sign on when to change them other than when the fail and when that happens you jump from replacing the belt/chain to replacing the engine.

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Nissan Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

Check the fuse, check the motor.

The circuitry of Mercedes heater systems can be complex and information outside of the dealer network is sparse...

Cars & Trucks | Answered 12 hours ago

your choke adjustment or cold start are not working to bring it to high idle cold start.

1994 Mitsubishi... | Answered 12 hours ago

Complex electronic's ,your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop . DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's stored .
Starting Disabled
Refer to Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System Description .
The throttle actuator control (TAC) system delivers improved throttle response and greater reliability and eliminates the need for mechanical cable. The TAC system performs the following functions:
• Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensing
• Throttle positioning to meet driver and engine demands
• Throttle position sensing
• Internal diagnostics
• Cruise control functions
• Manage TAC electrical power consumption
The TAC system includes the following components:
• The APP sensors
• The throttle body assembly
• The powertrain control module (PCM)

Computer controlled throttle .

Buick Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

The reason the fob won't work might be connected with the reason the key can't be used to lock the car.

It could be a very good idea to begin by investigating inside the driver door for mechanical problems.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 13 hours ago

It may be, but is more likely caused when you pulled your sweater over your head to get undressed and put your night clothes on. Long hair, dry atmosphere?

Cars & Trucks | Answered 13 hours ago

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