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Re: waterpump won't shut off
Remove the backpanel, (remember to remove the main power socket) look at the bottom of the machine. If it's water there, dry in up with a towel or so, and try it again. Normal problem on Asko Dishwashers.
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radiator fan won't shut off when car is off
JoAnn, look in your manual for the cooling fan relay and change it, this is the problem in a lot of circumstances when cooling fan will not shut off(faulty relay). Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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The door catch is down or has lost a spring inside the hook No simple fix but too replace door latch inside In order to drive car with door that way no back seat passengers till fixed but use tie down ratchet straps from door to door inside handles This will keep door shut then can drive vehicle normal till door catch is fixed its simple hour job to replace just buy parts have mechanic shop install
you must RUN the scanner/computer for easy diagnostic, and fix it. Remember the electronic vehicle is very complicated, You can have some faulty: PCM+ignition coil+BCM+sensor+etc. see the diagram attached. God bless you
I would check the main fuse relay aka fuel relay... Located under the dash, on the steering colum... They go bad with the heat.. I have an 01 cl and would act stupid on hot days and that relay fixed my issue...
Any relay can be tested to some degree, but to be certain, just buy an inexpensive relay and try it in there,
The Automatic Shut Down relay is just one of many relays on your car. It takes battery power from the battery, and when activated by the computer, will pass that power on to the fuel injectors and to the ignition coil, some applications also it will work on the fuel pump. If the ASD relay is bad, no injector pulse, no power to coil, etc.-car won't start. When key is turned to off, the relay is not active-I think that may be why it's called auto shutdown relay.
You mentioned the relays, this is leading me to think it is a wiring, voltage, ground issue, or pump problem. These are usually pretty simple fixes if you can use a multi meter.
Check voltage at the pump with ignition switch turned on, should have 12 volts at pump. Yes ? Pump won't go? Remove pump and I hook it up directly to 12v. Be careful of battery spark and gas!!! Pump still won't go? Need a pump... pump goes??? Check ground, then work back to fuel relays. If you had voltage at pump relays are ok unless you got a bad one or something weird. Is there a inertia switch or fuel cut off? How's your filter? Did you check for fuel pressure at fuel rail? I have rarely seen a brain box fail in this area. And usually it doesn't effect the relays first, it just causes failure not relays issues. If relays are failing and you have correct voltage(12volts), check grounds are clean and good connections. Checked the fuses already correct? We should have started here. Check these things and if no progress give me any more info that would help and we can figure something out
Ask to see a water pump for your car at an autoparts store like Autozone or Advance. This may be a model with a relief valve inside the waterpump. If your car is one of the rare ones with this part, it may be stuck open on your car.
Also have someone check the Electric Radiator cooling fan Relay. Sometimes it can stick to run full on when it should be off. This would be a simple fix. There are also sensors which activate the Electric Radiator cooling fan Relay. If the sensor is telling the engine to cool itself too early, then the fan would activate too soon.
You can get FREE diagrams at Autozone.com and see which Relay is in the powerbox and which is by the electric Radiator fan. Then you could simply replace the relay. But the sensor, if bad, would still tell the Relay the wrong information. It would need to be replaced, perhaps instead of the Relay.
If the car seems to be have some drivibility issues in cold weather, then the temperature sensor may be failing to tell the engine that it is cold and not hot. The sensor can be stuck on the hot settings, making the electric Radiator fan work and failing to control the engine for cold conditions.