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U.S. SUPREME COURT AND OTHER HIGH COURT CITATIONS PROVING THAT NO LICENSE IS NECESSARY FOR NORMAL USE OF AN AUTOMOBILE ON COMMON WAYS


yes that may be true --BUT---every state has their own laws governing vehicle and traffic and they as in each state require a license to operate a motor vehicle on roadways the supreme and high courts can say what they want but in any state [or even country] your required by law to have a license to operate a motor vehicle upon roadways

Apr 27, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I use the 4 wheel drive on my 1998 Ford explorer. It has a switch that can be turned to auto, 4 low, or 4 high


you can switch into and out of the auto or 4 high modes while moving.

If you want to use 4 low you must stop and place your transmission in neutral. While stopped, turn the switch to 4 low. To get out of 4 low, again stop and in neutral switch back to desired mode. DO NOT SWITCH TO 4 LOW WHILE MOVING!

Mar 05, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Got 02 Taurus and transmission light on but it changing no problem


the transmission light in some vehicles may also serve as a maintenance reminder to let you know it is time to check or change your transmission fluid, or to take your vehicle to the dealer for regular maintenance. A problem with a transmission temperature sender may be the culprit if the light comes on or flashes only before the vehicle has warmed up to operating temperature. A light that flickers or comes on only when hitting bumps on the roadway may indicate a loose transmission wiring connection or a bare wire. Good-Day!



Jun 14, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Battery and brake malfunction light on 15 volts charging


Battery voltage is high, suspect alternator over charging and affecting the monitor. Connect an external volt meter across the battery and start engine 15volts or above will cause problems. If left charging high, it can shorten the life of the battery and damage electronics of the vehicle, things like abnormal amount of bulbs blowing. All electrical equipment is made to operate at around 13 volts with a percentage tolerance, constant running at a higher voltage will cause damage.

Dec 31, 2013 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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I need a 120V 20amp timer for my pool filter can I use a 120V 40amp timer because the 20amp one is hard to find


Yes 40 amp is standard, and you can use it.
Amp rating can be thought of as roadway capacity.
The higher the roadway capacity, the more cars (or electricity) can go down the road at same time.
If you have 40 amp roadway, but only use 20 amps, then it's like the highway has fewer cars. Except with electricity, the cars don't go faster, but just like a regular roadway, fewer cars means less heat and the roadway lasts longer. So you want larger amp rating.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T101
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html

Jul 14, 2011 | Intermatic & Indoor/Outdoor Rain Tight...

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2002 Chevy Avalanche with 200K+ miles - after ignition turned off heard electric motor sound coming from undercarriage - under driver's side seat. Seems to be coming from a small cannister. Sound...


Is the Vehicle flex fuel ? What size engine ?
Fuel Composition Sensor
The fuel composition sensor (FCS), or flex fuel sensor (service parts term), measures the ethanol-gasoline ratio of the fuel being used in a flexible fuel vehicle. Flexible fuel vehicles can be operated with a blend of ethanol and gasoline, up to 85 percent ethanol. In order to adjust the ignition timing and the fuel quantity to be injected, the engine management system requires information about the percentage of ethanol in the fuel.
The FCS uses quick-connect style fuel connections, an incoming fuel connection, and an outgoing fuel connection. The two connections have different diameters, to prevent incorrect attachment of the fuel lines. All fuel passes through the fuel composition sensor before continuing on to the fuel rail. The fuel composition sensor measures two different fuel related parameters, and sends an electrical signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) to indicate ethanol percentage, and fuel temperature.
The fuel composition sensor has a three-wire electrical harness connector. The three wires provide a ground circuit, a power source, and a signal output to the PCM. The power source is vehicle system voltage, +12 volts), and the ground circuit connects to chassis ground. The signal circuit carries both the ethanol percentage and fuel temperature within the same signal, on the same wire.
The FCS uses a microprocessor inside the sensor to measure the ethanol percentage and fuel temp, and change an output signal accordingly. The electrical characteristic of the FCS signal is a square-wave digital signal. The signal is both variable frequency and variable pulse width. The frequency of the signal indicates the ethanol percentage, and the pulse width indicates the fuel temperature. The PCM provides an internal pull-up to five volts on the signal circuit, and the FCS pulls the 5 volts to ground in pulses. The output frequency is linear to the percentage of ethanol content in the fuel. The normal range of operating frequency is between 50 and 150 Hertz, with 50 Hertz representing 0 percent ethanol, and 150 Hertz representing 100 percent ethanol. The normal pulse width range of the digital pulses is between 1 and 5 milliseconds, with 1 millisecond representing -40°C (-40°F), and 5 milliseconds representing 125°C (257°F).
Don't think it will draw the battery down , But you never know with all this electronic stuff . You mite want to have the vehicle checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's .

Dec 16, 2017 | 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche

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Dual xdvd700


This unit is designed so that it may be operated only when the vehicle is in “Park” and the
parking brake is fully engaged. To this end, this unit includes a parking brake lock-out
feature which prohibits the unit from operating if the vehicle is not in “Park” and/or the
parking brake is not fully engaged. When installing this unit, the installer must connect
the parking brake detect wire (“Yellow-Blue Lead”) to the parking brake mechanism in
order to make the parking brake lock-out feature operable. DO NOT simply ground the
parking brake detect wire to a metal portion of the vehicle. Failure to properly install
the parking brake lock-out feature could lead to driver distraction which could result in
serious injury or death to the driver’s occupants or persons outside the vehicle and/or
property damage.
Once the parking brake lock-out feature is installed, the owner/user must not attempt to
disrupt/neutralize the parking brake lock-out feature by (a) partially engaging the parking
brake and/or (b) purchasing/using any device or unit designed to send necessary brake
signals to the unit. Failure to follow these instructions could lead to driver distraction
which could result in serious injury or death to the driver’s occupants or persons outside
the vehicle and/or property damage.


you could just earth the system straight to the veihicle, which will then dissengage the play in park feature, here is the website for the online manual

http://www.dualav.com/support/manuals/xdvd700.pdf

Mar 16, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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1996 Chev. W/T,4.3 L Vortec V-6 The vehicle in winter time more noticeably won't start and tries to fire but it is severely flooded. Only way to get it started is to leave it plugged in for four hours...


You could possibly have a fuel injector that is sticking open in that cylinder.The only way to check this is to install a fuel pressure gauge and turn the key to the on position and check the pressure.It should stay between 60 to 66 psi and hold for at least 10 minutes or more.If it goes down the you could have an injector leaking or leaking internally in the tank.I checked service bulletins and found one for the fuel pulsator in the tank getting ruptured from the high percentage of ethynol in the gas.The bulletin number is 66-63-09.The part number is 25175836.This pulsator is updated to handle the high percentages of ethynol.Hope this helps.Good luck.

Feb 18, 2010 | GMC C1500 Cars & Trucks

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When place in four wheel steering becomes very hard, and pulling in my driveway front tires locked up. only happens in 4 wheel. 2005 dakota


A Dodge Dakota with 4-wheel steer? Do you happen to mean 4-wheel drive?

If so, you should not operate the vehicle in 4-wheel drive when you are traveling on a hard, high-traction surface. When in 4x4, the transfer case connects the front and rear axles, and does not allow for differentiation of wheel speeds necessary when turning. This is compensated for when driving over low-traction terrain because the tires slip easier.

Basically, the jerking, bucking and locking of the truck is due to the binding. This will eventually lead to damage in the driveline. If the roadway isn't covered in snow, there is no need for the 4 wheel drive to be engaged.

Dec 04, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Dakota

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KSR Street legal?!


I have contacted New York State Department Of Motor Vehicles and this is their answer.

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Mopeds
You cannot register or legally operate a limited-use motorcycle (moped) in NYS unless the DMV certifies the device for registration and operation. The DMV web site has more information about Mopeds.
All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)
You cannot register an ATV unless it complies with the definition of an ATV in the DMV brochure, ""ATVs - Information for Drivers and Owners."
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Hope this helps.

Nov 10, 2008 | kawasaki KSR 110 Motorcycles

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