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I need to know exactly what I need to get fixed ??? It's not that easy Rachelle , could be cause by a number of thing's , without test the vehicle electrical circuit's ,checking for diagnostic trouble code's ,we'd only be guessing ! You don't want to replace a bunch of part's you don't need , do you ? Your best bet ,take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop. Just from your post i can tell your looking for a magical fix , have no clue of automotive electrical systems an testing of complex electronic system's .
The low side is the bigger of the two lines and it runs towards the inside of the car. Conversely, the high side is the smaller of the two lines and leads to the condenser (located in front of the radiator).
Are there any error codes? Is the control panel locked? If no check your Hi Limit sensor, it is a thermal protection/overheat sensor which is the spas safety device. If that sensor is bad the spa will not operate/heat at all.
There is a button configuration that you can press to make the unit reset on some you would close the door and push normal wash heated dry then normal wash then heated dry on others it would the econo wash button then heated dry then the econo/ heated dry this pattern starts the unit and then puts it into the drain cycle and resets the control which allows you to start washing again. If you can name off all the buttons you have I can tell you exactly which ones to perform this reset in the unit. I await your reply Rick p.s this also happens on whirlpool models as well right after the warranty runs out so you end up paying the high service charge for a tech to walk in you door push a few buttons then collect a fee over 169.00 which is ridiculous.
Sounds to me like you need to change the transmission fluid the filter is under the air filter box and the drain plug is a 17mm on the bottom of the trans closest to the engine about mid ways between the car warm the car up good then drain the fluid beware the fluid will be hot the filter is like a oil filter it just unscrews fill with proper fluid do not over fill hope this helps you
Check the governor for excessive play, as well as the carburetor for a too rich (floats) or too lean (clogged jets). A quick shot of ether or unlit propane torch near the air cleaner will tell you which one it is. If runs better, then mixture is too lean.