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My 2004 Hyundai Sante Fe sucks fuel a lot. The speedometer isn't working,sometimes it permanently stays at gear 3 and doesn't alternate the gears. When accelerated,it doesn't respond sharply,it drags.


its your shift sensor in your transmission goin bad i would get the speedo fixed also wile u are at it if its at a high rpm wile driving and dont shift from 3rd its a sensor the dealer should be able to tell u what one by hooking it up to a computer

Dec 24, 2015 | Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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Noma model ew7507ce


There is a thermal disc inside the heater that will tell the heater if it is getting too hot to shut down. When the disc cools off then the heater will start up again. After a wile the disc gets weak or it gets stuck open not allowing the heater to turn on. You will need to replace the disc or purchase a new heater as parts for those are not easy to find.

good luck

Apr 14, 2014 | Honeywell Heating & Cooling

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Have an rlp30 reddy heater, have spark and gas but will not light.


wile red button is pushed no flame or turns off when the button is released the flame dies ? if no flame tank is too small or spark isn't in far enough to catch gas . if flame is present with button down then the over heat switch on the in line thermal coupler could b bad u can check the over heat switch with a jumper between the two wires and if it stays lit you got it if it goes out then its the thermal coupler that's bad

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Heater not working well


flush out the engine. use a hose pipe and flush engine out, take both heater feed pies off and go back and forward with the hose pipe on them until water is clear. then test by blowing down the pipes both ways after blowing down them back flush them again. refit every thing and fill the system.leave the rad cap off. get engine up to temp when fan kicks in. have the heater on full wile doing this. squeeze pipe as engine warms up to temp to help get the air out. keep topping up the water keep it at hand hose pipe or watering can. when up to heat turn off engine. if engine fan stays on remove the fuse for it as you need the engine to stay hot. when engine is cooled down top up with antifreeze. not mixed stuff full on strength type. then it should be fine for another year or so. always remember even in summer when its hot always use the heater even just for 5 minutes will help stop this same in winter with a/c. every now and then just turn it on.

Oct 15, 2013 | Audi AllRoad Cars & Trucks

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Directions flush heater core


cud hav internal engine leak or its losing wile drivn--they can do a leak test at a rad shop--heater core may be failn-if it does test the blower motor and ac evap too

Oct 11, 2013 | 2002 Audi TT

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Crank positioning for new timeing belt on a 2.0 dohc


  1. crank on tdc / number one cylinder all the way up /balancer mark will be on 0 degree's
  2. turn cam shaft till nuber one cylinder will be closed (both vavles will be closed on number 1 cylinder)
  3. dist. rotor will point to number 1 terminal (plug wire) on dist. cap
  4. this will be in cam timing
  5. will have to set advance /****** timing after running w/timing lite
  6. after set timing belt can crank before putting all assc. back on (just run enough to see it will crank)

Dec 26, 2010 | 1998 Ford Escort

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Heat will not turn off.Removed thermostat wile


Hello
Could be a stuck control relay,Tsat completes a circut for this relay to engage,once relay contacts are closed heater will start.and stay on until you reach temp.

once temp is reached relay will open and heat will shut down.

By disconnecting all power to heater your forceing relay to open.or simulating a satisfied temp.

I would have a service tech look at your control relay and t stat.

Jan 28, 2010 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Engine overheating 2-3 miles down the road. Heater fails when gauge gets to high. Replaced thermostat. Idiling is fine.


Sounds like possible head gasket failure. Is it pushing antifreeze out through the over flow bottle? When it pushes out enough fluid the heater will not heat. A easy check if head gasket is to fill radiator and leave cap off and start motor. It will blow the coolant out wile running. I wish you luck. Have a good day.

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KV-32W Canal information stays on


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No power


Ed,

I have this same problem. Did you ever solve it?

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