Question about Golf
Look for a bad ground connection. As a temporary shutoff, pull the spark plug wire off.
Posted on Jul 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My sons 1990 626 ran
My car was running fine, stalled in traffic once, restarted it without a problem, drove a few more miles and it just died - wouldn't start, still had lights though. Sat for a few hours, had it towed to my mechanic, he got in and it started up, right away. Drove it off his lot, ran some errands, few hours later it just died again, had it towed back to the mechanic - he put in new coil, did a tune up, picked it up, still having problems with it, got it home, next morning going to work, it died again, towed it back to the mechanic, he still has it - very frustrating. Any suggestions? This is a 1990 626 Mazda
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
SOURCE: Canon G9 - image disappears
If you go to display and click down to "review" you should be able to set the review time to what you would like. The default may be 102 seonds. This should work and check the manual
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: cooling fans
Yes, if the sensor didn't fix it, it is probably a relay problem. Chrysler has a habit (my truck especially) of using underrated relays that fuse in the closed position.
Power from the battery goes to the relay directly and that's the only place that the circuit would be opened to turn off the fans.
Posted on May 07, 2009
You´ll need a new batt and a scanner reset, but maybe if (-) batt pole wasn´t properly touched you have a serious module damage! Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
Fuel is probably stale. Pump or pump relay might be stuck.
I suggest you check the fuel delivery to the fuel rail. If no delivery the pump isn't working and the supply should be checked and then take the appropriate action depending whether the supply is good or not.
Posted on May 30, 2016
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