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find the hot or live wire and leave that alone then twist the rest together and touch them to the hot wire till it starts then remove the hot wire away from others and be sure not to let it ground out after that if the rest of the wires are together light and speedo should work
hose clamps, 1/4 hose, and 5/8 hose. Whaddya mean where is the coolant level sensor in the the tank? Look AT the tank, it's a little bit bigger than a small water bottle. Even if they wanted to hide it in there....they couldn't. You look at the filler hole at the top of the small water bottle looking tank----and bingo, there's the sensor. If someone wanted to hide an elephant in your living room, you wouldn't ask where in the living room is the elephant. Is there another question you're asking about the sensor that isn't being clearly communicated?
if vent is clean, did you push it too far back afterward and flatten vent hose? also blower fan may be loose on motor shaft resulting in slower rpm also may be excess lint in blower housing ..washer suspect lower bearing although not sure what a stampeding herd of elephants would sound like ..if noise is on spin if during agitation suspect transmission gears ..both will require new transmission ..if noise is more of a knocking noise possible broken bolt in basket trunion block remove agitator to ck