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This happened to me once. I know it happens for different reasons. My problem was a thread 'locked' under the bobbin carriage. I opened the machine underneath, where is only one screw and found the thread locked between two wheels. If this is not your case, maybe inside the upper case? Also try to change the needle, and make sure there is not other strange object inside the hoop arm, or the bobbin cage.
you will need to jack car up a bit to get under the car, locate the filter which is located near the fuel tank allow the floor of the car toward the side middle area, the filter will be held in by a bracket, some bolt on and some are spring held in which the filter pulls out of the bracket, take caution as fuel is under pressure and some will spray out, wear safty glassess and have a pan to caught small amount of gas. you will need a filter clip release tool to release the clips that lock line on the filter, you will slide tool in behind the fitting and push into line to release clip and then pull line off filter, this is done on both sides, then remove filter and install new one, to reconnect lines no tool needed they slide on and lock, make sure to slide in all the way to lock, to make sure pull line back to make sure it locked and doesnt slide off, this sounds like alot but its easy to do. good day.
Right click on the taskbar and make sure there isn't a check nex to "lock the taskbar". Then move the mouse to the top edge of the taskbar until you see the arrows that point up and down. Click and hold and drag down until it is where you want it. Also you can click and hole anywhere on the taskbar and drag it to any edge of your screen.
hi it sounds like the safty mechanisum in the belt has been activated some how this happens when a ball bearing falls down into a safty postion and locks the belt up into place you can strip and remove the little ball bearing and have your seat belt working again but no longer will act as it should in a crash so i would strongly advise to change the hole seat belt system .
sounds as if the linkage has come undone remove the door panel and inspect if so simply insert back into the hole it should line up to the lock and insert it a plastic clip will lock it back onto the rod if not present it may be at the bottom of the door if you cant locate it a parts store will carry them .reverse procedure to reinstall door panel
The key doesn't turn at all. Not even one click!!! the tumblers are completely jammed. I also just bought the Bently service manual but they don't offer a solution to my problem. I have been searching the web for days and at this stage I know I have only one of two solutions: to drill a small hole where the entry for the pin should be if the key would've turned, then use a pin to remove it; or drill straight through the center of cylinder to destroy the lock tumblers and then turn it to line up with the pin hole, and use the classic method to remove it. Before I attemp either, I need to know if anyone tried them and which one will work better or work at all? I already ordered a new cylinder from dealer so the problem is in removing the old one. Help please.
follow instructions in manual for SHIFTLOCK RELEASE
Turn off car.
Engage Parking Break
Take ignition key and put into shift lock release slot (near gear shift)
Push down on key and at same time MOVE gear shift to neutral.
Remove key, start car as normal and disengage parking break...
good to go.... mechanic can replace/repair if this is an ongoing issue: $85 I read somewhere...but heard it's not hard to do yourself for $35 someone else wrote.