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My 2000 cougar 2.5L won't start. Makes a high pitched noise. Is this for sure my starter

Tap on the side of the starter with a pry bar and a hammer while making sure to stay away from the electrical connections. The high pitched noise you are hearing is the starter drive spinning but not engaging. This should help get the car started so you can get it to a repair shop or the parts store.

Dec 15, 2014 | 2000 Mercury Cougar

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Hi My name is Tony Di Cicco I purchased a Livietta T2 Espresso Machine on May 20th/09 and as I was cleaning the Filter Screen I discovered thhat the Adaptor Disc is all cracked, need I to order this...

Hi, Is the machine still under warranty? If so you may consider bringing it back. Otherwise they sell paets on the Pasquini site -- not sure the one you are looking for is there but you can also contact them. Hope that helps.

Sep 14, 2010 | Pasquini Livietta Espresso Machine

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Every time i turn the power on and try to play a cd or the radio it turns itself to 'PROTECT' mode and i cant do anything

check your speaker lines. they may be shorted out somewhere.. maybe a paet has chewed on one of them?

Aug 10, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Dont know the sound card name and there is no sound what can i do

Do u have built in soundcard or a bought one? If that is built in, just go to the site of maker of the mainboard, search with the model name of the mainboard, you should get the driver. If that is a bought one, Remove the cover of the CPU, look at the soundcard..look for the name of device part number. google with should find the solution.

Apr 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Dont know the part name

They should be able to tell you at an autoparts store.

Nov 19, 2008 | 1995 Ford Probe

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