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Put a bowl of charcoal in the mico, not matchlite or any other kind that has lighter fluid in it, leave it in the micro for 2 days then change out the charcoal for freash charcoal, you might need to do this for a week or so but it works everytime!
The motor is on the transfer case on the drivers side..it looks like a sparkplug type of thing and has a 3-4 pin plug...they cost about 30 bucks and are very easy to change...there are some other posts in here that mention the actuator for this motor and it is under the battery...you may want to read up on this too, as this may be the problem also
NOTE. Be sure to bleed the capasitor off in this micro wave. It is the type that holds voltage. Very high mico fare and will kick the _ _ i t out of you if you touch it without bleeding it off first. Take a screw driver and ground one side to bleed off.
It honestly doesn't matter what brand of micro SD you stick in your MP3 player, so I wouldn't worry too much. Micro SD's are much smaller, so no, you can't use a normal SD in a Micro slot. Most however do have an SD "shell" that you can stick your Micro into, and use just like a normal SD card. Also I know that MOST mp3 players allow you to add pictures, videos, etc, and having a Micro SD inside should allow you to add things directly onto it, so i dont see why you wouldnt be able to access the contents of the Micro from your MP3.