Re: Horn Wont Blow, and Cruise Control Wont Work 2000...
Check all your fuses first, if OK, ck for power at the horn. Are your cruise controls on the steering wheel or on a stalk on the side? If on the wheel, I would say it might be a clockspring issue. In this case, the cruise and horn both use the same clockspring to get power. The clockspring allows power to go to the buttons on the wheel without breaking wires from the wheel moving during driving, Chryslers are known for breaking clocksprings. The clocksping is located inside the steering column and is not an easy fix. You have to pull the steering wheel. Do you hear a click, feel a tick, or feel anything unusual in the steering wheel just prior to these issues. Sometimes you can feel the clockspring break, the wheel will "catch" for a second before the plastic breaks inside of it.
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When your player freezes, it will only start up and not play the songs
or even the buttons won't respond to your pressing them, it is more
like your computer hanging and never coming back to working fine unless
you restart it. The first thing you should try to do is read the
instruction manual and check where the reset button in your MP3 player
is. Take a small pin and push the reset button. This will make you
player go off for and then you can put it on again and it will work
fine. However, there is a possibility of data loss when you reset. Most
of your stored stuff will be gone after reset. Another thing that you
can do to retrieve your player is doing a firmware update. Do a refresh
of your firmware and see if it works, in most cases, it does. Other options are the same that you and everyone else will try as soon
as you MP3 player freeze. That is opening the MO3 player and taking out
the battery. Set the battery back and push the power button again. It
is always a good idea to do a firmware upgrade right after .you can also open it up and blow on it.
The SA3025 is not compatible with Macintosh. It will show up as "Internal" or some such, but you won't be able to load the songs into there properly. That is why the documentation says:
• Windows® 2000, XP, Vista