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I parked my 2004 Ford Taurus on a hill and the low oil pressure light came on and it wouldnt start but when I moved it to the flat surface it started fine . What could cause this?

check engine oil level just on case
if full level ...... not a problem

fuel in tank same thing.... no problem

gravity verses liquid theory
the angle of the hill was too steep
forced oil away from oil pump pickup point in the sump
same with fuel fuel ....pump only on one side of the tank



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Fax uses analogue line signal, make sure you have a micro-filter/converter on your u-verse line for your fax

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I have a spectronics tv....get a no signal across the screen...HDMI cable connecting tv to cable box U-verse. Happening more frequently now

Does this do the same thing on say a DVD player? could be your HDMI cable, your U-verse box & lastly the Main-I/O PCB. I'm thinking the most likely issue is with U-verse.

Jul 21, 2014 | Televison & Video

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Type of clouded fume from vent inside cabin

I hear your problem but im afraid its not a problem in some ways. you see on hilly terrain the engine is going above it's settings. its called altitude control . when the engine is made its set to sea level. with the ecu. this is not a problem with cars that run all the time on flat and slight inclines the ecu can control the air and fuel for this also having the a/c on will lower the engine performance as it puts more strain on the engine. what you will need to do is have your ecu updated. 4x4 dont have this problem as they have the extra setting all ready set to the ecu. some have not been set on them if they come with road tyres. but you can have yours update, also this that can help are a clean air filter clean idle intake , also checking for air leaks on the intake manifold and air lines. fuel filter changed regularly. spark plug's checked or changed. and egr cleaned out regularly ( every 2 years). driving up and down hills put a lot of strain on the engine gears bearings in the drive wheels and dif. the update will help with the fuel to air ratio for the more power to navigate up hills. but regular checks need to be done to keep the rest of the car to be able to do the hills. the smoke you getting out of the vets is the engine over hot. list will make the exhaust manifold come away from the engine just a bit but enough to let some smoke out. its like revving the engine to its limit driving up a hill. eventually the bolts will weaken and snap then you will have a loud blowing sound from the exhaust. the cat should be able to cope with the heat as they work better with more heat. but unburnt fuel can damage the cat. hope this helps you.

Mar 24, 2014 | Nissan Pulsar Cars & Trucks

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I seem to be getting exhaust fumes inside my 2004 Dodge Sprinter SHC 2500, when driving down long grades. I do not notice it going uphill or on more level terrain.

what your smelling is heat from your brake pads is not exhaust fumes if your going down hill and get a smell in the cabin is from your brakes thats why it does'nt happen going uphill or straight runs

Feb 16, 2011 | Exhaust for Dodge Sprinter Cargo

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We just switched from Cox Cable to AT&T U-Verse. We have a several sets throughout the house. Once the TV codes are programmed into the remotes, the U-Verse receiver and the TV are supposed to turn on and...

Yes there is, at&t techs have issues with philips/magnavox. When you are programming these tv's, you will notice if u get the right code on this particular brand, the light on the tv will blink but not turn on. This is the correct code but, the simultaneous action wont work, you'll have to hit tv first by itself and then hit power. Don't know why, but it is what it is.

Jan 13, 2009 | Philips Magnavox 20MT133S 20" TV

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Cabin heat and defroster do not work correctly at highway speeds

your thermostat may be stuck open cahec it and replace it
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Dec 11, 2008 | 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe

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1986 king cab

I've had similiar issues with a different vehicle. I had to purchase new plugs, rotor, and distributor/spark plug wires. I was running on three cylinders verses four. I did not notice until I was going up hills, where it required more power. If you have a tachometer, keep an eye on it. If it is running slower than it should that could be an indication that there is a problem with the wiring. (probably should be doing about 2500 rpm)

I had a Hyundai that did just the opposite. It would peg the tach to 3,000 rpm well before it was time to shift. Ended up being an ignition coil went bad, which takes the place of the distributer. I replaced the ignition coil and now the engine doesn't have to run as high.

Sep 28, 2008 | 1986 Nissan King Cab

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