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If equipped with electronic climate control, perform the following procedures:
Disconnect the wires and the hose from the programmer.
Remove the programmer linkage cover and linkage.
Remove the programmer mounting bolts and the programmer.
Remove the heater core cover and heater core assembly.
Install the heater core assembly and heater core cover.
If equipped with electronic climate control, perform the following:
Install the programmer mounting bolts and the programmer.
Install the programmer linkage and linkage cover.
Connect the wires and the hose to the programmer.
Connect the heater hoses to the heater core.
Connect the negative battery cable.
Fill the cooling system. Start the engine and allow to come to normal operating temperature and check for leaks. Check coolant level after the engine has cooled down.
Check the climate control system for proper operation.
Refer to the Air Bag section at the beginning of this Section, and arm the Air Bag system.
Disconnect the negative battery cable and isolate the cable end with high-quality electrical tape.
Allow at least 30 minutes to expire prior to entering the interior of the vehicle. The sir system is designed to maintain sufficient energy to deploy the air bag for a short period of time even after battery voltage has been cut off.
Remove the `ir' (1990 Ninety Eight) or `sir' (all others) fuse from the interior fuse panel below the left side of the instrument panel.
Except on 1990 Ninety Eight, remove the left side sound insulator, and remove the Connector Positive Assurance (cpa) lock from the yellow 2-way sir harness connector at the base of the steering column, then disconnect the connector.
If equipped, connect the yellow 2-way sir connector at the base of the steering column and insert the Connector Positive Assurance (cpa) lock.
If removed, install the left side sound insulator.
Install the `ir' or `sir' fuse in the fuse panel.
Connect the negative battery cable.
Enter the vehicle from the passenger side and do the following:
For 1990 vehicles only-Turn the ignition switch to the run position and observe the supplemental inflatable restraint lamp on the instrument cluster. The lamp should remain lit for 5-15 seconds, and then go out. If the lamp does anything else, have the system checked.
For 1991-93 vehicles-Turn the ignition switch to the run position and observe the supplemental inflatable restraint lamp on the instrument cluster. The lamp should flash 7, 8, or 9 times, then stay off. If the lamp does anything else, have the system checked.
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To check the control remove the top panel and then remove the console to
access the wiring to the control. Find the wire feeding the control
from the main power cord. If you cannot visually see this refer to the
tech sheet or service manual. Connect voltmeter to the 2 wires feeding
the control if it is recieving power and it does not respond replace the control.
Both Norton and Mcafee are known for slowing pc's down.
Boot your PC as normal, but as its starting keep pressing the F8 key until some options appear on your screen. On of which will be "boot windows in safe mode".
Select that option and a windows shell should open.
Once open got to Start - Control Panel - Add/remove programmes and uninstal both mcafee and norton.
Once complete, reboot and see how you PC runs.
Assuming its working ok now, go back to your control panel - security centre - enable windows firewall.
Go online to "Filehippo.com" and download and istall the free version of AVG (anti virus software) once installed let it scan your system.
Then go back to Filehippo.com, download and install Ccleaner. This has loads of tools, :-
1) Cleaner clears all the tempory internet files of your pc.
2) Startup - you can reduce the number of programes you want th start up when booting.
You don't need any here because you can access all programmes via start but I'd leave AVG and any securtiy related to start and delete the rest. But its probably better to just disable the rest until you're happy with which programmes auto start.
I think I found my answer. With my player connected I went to Control Panel- System- Hardware- Device Manager and under Portable Devices removed my Zen Player. I then went back to Control Panel- Add Hardware- and let the Add Hardware Wizardaddmy player back. My Zen Micro Photo now connects to computer and I can charge the battery with no problem.
The default in Vista seems to be the duplexer is not installed. You will need to tell the driver the duplexer is present. This would be found in the (control panel)printers folder, doubleclick on the 1200d, printer, properties, device settings, installable options, then select "installed" for Duplex Unit.
hold down both shift keys, it should either disable it or pop up a message to disable it, hit escape, not cancel...
control panel, accessibility options, keyboard, click settings near filterkeys, uncheck use shortcut, click ok.. check the boxes for use filter toggle and stickey keys, hit applyuncheck them all and hit apply again... if this doesnt fix it, read on..
create a blank text file on your desktop named disable.reg or something similar, and paste the portion between the --------'s into it: