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Driving down road speedometer stopped working, next day stopped shifting out of second gear

Have you checked the vss/vehicle speed sensor? Are there any applicable trouble codes that point to that sensor?

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When car is stopped and break applied in drive car shakes. However when not in gear or in motion there is no shaking.

Possible worn engine mount or vehicle running lean or rich. Is check engine light on? If it is have the vehicle scanned for codes to point you in the right direction as far as repairs go

Apr 12, 2015 | 2007 Chevrolet Uplander

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I have a 2004 tacoma. When i park it on a slight incline hill and leave it in 1st gear (manual) and no emergency brake, it occasionally slips backwards. it kinda pulsates down ,stops and then again. It...

manual transmission clutches wear, making it necessary to adjust clutch pedal position, much like brake pads wear. Check your vehicle clutch adjustment by finding out if clutch pull point, or friction point is approximately I/2 the distance from all the way pressed to the floor and all the way released. does not need to be exactly halfway, but should be close. If the clutch release point is up towards the top vehicle clutch definitely will not hold completely, and allow vehicle pulsing roll. This will indicate clutch adjustment, or even require replacement.

Sep 22, 2013 | 2004 Toyota Tacoma

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Require the size of a compassator

Try on about the same size used for the ignition points. All it does is absorb the current flow when the points in the horn are opened to stop arcing and burning of the points in the horn

Apr 25, 2013 | Ac Delco Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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A Tachymeter helps you estimate the speed you are going.

It uses the basic formula that speed = Distance/time

Here is how to use it: (For the full article see the link below)

To use tachymeter, simply start the chronograph or stopwatch when the object measured passing the starting line. When the object reaches the next mile or kilometer marker, stop the chronograph or stopwatch. The point on the tachymeter scale that adjacent to the second hand of the watch indicating the speed (in miles per hour or kilometers per hour) of object traveling between the two points.

For example, we want to measure the average speed of a vehicle is moving. Start the chronometer or stopwatch function when the car passes the starting line, and stop the timer after the vehicle traveled exactly 1 mile or 1 kilometer. Then look at where the chronometer hand (the second hand of the watch) is pointing to, and get the reading or value of the corresponding number at the tachymeter bezel or dial. Let's say the stopwatch stop at 3 o'clock position, meaning 15 seconds had elapsed for the car to travel 1 mile or 1 kilometer. At 3 o'clock position, the tachymetre value shows that number of 240, which means the average speed of the vehicle was 240 mph or km/h.


Apr 02, 2013 | DKNY NY5045 Watch for Men

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You can operate the transfer switch either when the vehicle is stopped or while the vehicle is moving. I always operate the switch while stopped. Put the shift lever in neutral and step on the brake with the front wheels pointed straight forward. Now switch from 4H lock to 4H. If no immediate response, turn the steering wheel slightly back and forth and it should shift to 4H for you.

Sep 28, 2012 | 2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4WD

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97 VW Jetta GLS, manual transmission. The speedometer stopped working & the fuel gauge is jumping around.

Hi Ken You seem to have two faults with your vehicle. One will be a speed sensor and the other possibly a bad connection. Take the vehicle for a diagnostic scan and pin point the problems (which the scan will do) and then sort them out. Regards John

Apr 01, 2012 | 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

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My 2005 Nissan Armada Reverse sensor system is not working. The button stays in the "OFF" position no matter how many times I press the button. Also, periodically when driving, the brake light on the...

I have the same problem. I have a 2005 armada. I just went to Gillman Nissan in Rosenburg Texas today with the same thing, When you turn the vehicle off and turn it on again the problem goes away. I paid $241.00 to reset the VDC computer and I still have the problem. Also my backup camera just stopped working. This is my last Nissan auto. I am pissed!!

Aug 24, 2010 | Nissan Armada Cars & Trucks

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Won't go into to park

there are a few things that make this happen but lets try this test...

NOTE... you must do this in a safe PRIVATE location!!!

stop the vehicle pointing down a slight downgrade, like a driveway, place the vehicle in neutral and turn off the engine.
then with your foot on the brake, release pressure and let the vehicle start to roll downhill. While rolling see if you can get the vehicle into park need to make sure you find a safe place to do this. Avoid public places

also REMEMBER, you will lose the power assist of the brakes after your first attempt so be prepared to apply a lot of pressure to get the vehicle to stop

if you are able to obtain park in this test then you might have a bent parking pawl

if not... update us ASAP

Apr 18, 2010 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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I have a 2001 nissan pathfinder 4w. The OBD system-readiness status: Says catalytic converters, NOT READY; oxygen sensors, NOT READY; evaporative system, NOT READY. So did not pass inspection, I was told...

You have to re-set the obd via using Nissan's approved drive-cycle which is;

1. Start the engine when the engine coolant

temperature gauge needle points to C. Allow

the engine to idle until the gauge needle

points between the C and H (normal operating


2. Accelerate the vehicle to 55 MPH (88

km/h), then quickly release the accelerator

pedal completely and keep it released for at

least 6 seconds.

3. Quickly depress the accelerator pedal for a

moment, then drive the vehicle at a speed

of 53 to 60 MPH (86 to 96 km/h) for at least

5 minutes.

4. Stop the vehicle.

5. Accelerate the vehicle to 35 MPH (55 km/h)

and maintain the speed for 20 seconds.

6. Repeat steps 4 through 5 at least 3 times.

7. Accelerate the vehicle to 55 MPH (88 km/h)

and maintain the speed for at least 3 minutes.

8. Stop the vehicle and turn the engine off.

9. Repeat steps 1 through 8 at least one more


If step 1 through 7 is interrupted, repeat the

preceding step. Any safe driving mode is acceptable

between steps. Do not stop the engine

until step 7 is completed. If you cannot or

do not want to perform the driving pattern, a
NISSAN dealer can conduct it for you.

Nov 15, 2009 | 2001 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab

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