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Fill the reservoir with brake fluid. with a helper pumping the pedal start at the right rear. Open the bleeder and tell your helper to push down. Once the pedal is down the helper will yell down. Close the bleeder and tell your helper up. your helper will then let up on the brake pedal. Continue until fluid comes out with no air bubbles. Proceed to the left rear and repeat. then the right front and finish with the left front.
Make sure to keep on eye on the fluid level and keep topping off as necessary. You may have to repeat the process more than once.
Turn the light switch on and check your tail lights. Back then the tail and dash lights work on the same circuit inside the headlight switch so if one was out so was the other. If this is the case you need a new headlight switch. If not, there should be a fuse in your panel marked "instr". that's for the dash lights. Hope this helps.
does it happen turning both directions? AND...does it happen turned the same angle in forward gears? Can you feel it in the pedals, floor, your seat or through the shifter? You may want to grab a helper and take them to a business/industrial area that has an empty parking lot and have them stand out side the vehilcle while duplicating the symptom. See if you can roughly locate where the sound is coming from. e.g. right front, left front. under center of vehicle. Your helper may need to walk or run near the vehicle while backing to be closer to the noise while it occurs.
turn it off for a day or two let it defrost and then turn it on. it just has frozen up the coil, or the compressor has heated up cause it was working to hard turn it of for a cople of hours to let the compressor cool
Ok lights out and no power. Now according to the model we all have trouble with a series 70 top load washer? If you have no power I would change the timer. If you have time on the console is two side clips that pop off with a flat head screw driver, these are on front left and right edges. This will reveal two philips screws. Once out the top flips back. There should be a diagram for power to trace from the cord. Just for starts measure volts ac where the cord enters the machine. Now this will take logic and patience. Note which wires are on the same side of the power, neutral and hot. With the machine unplugged check continuity according to the chart that shows time and function. This is not too easy as the writing is small, the wires are usually numbered and marked on the insulation. If you find one connection with out continuity when there should be you have found the power issue! You don't need power for this as it is mechanical and contact is contact.