My car has a problem wanting to start, mainly when it's cold outside. The service engine light comes on and off the whole time the car is on. Once it's started, it has a tendency to die, especially when I slow down or the car is idling. I've had it to a shop for about a week and they couldn't find anything wrong with it. It's had a tune-up, a brand new battery put in and the fuel filter and pump changed this past summer
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You should never use a car seat past it's expiration date Crash test data is constantly being updated and newer car seats are made safer with this data. Plus, car seats are made of plastics. Consider what happens to a plastic toy
if it is left outside for some time. The plastic becomes brittle and can
develop cracks when stressed. Car seats are subjected to extreme heat
and extreme cold while sitting in your vehicle, so the plastics
eventually react just like that toy left in the sun. I wouldn't recommend getting the car seat tested. I would strongly recommend destroying the expired car seat and purchasing a new model.
rads not heating could be down to old system ie pipework etc and sludge building up. r there any cold spots on rads? when boiler turning off do u mean going to reset? if so could be over heat prob at boiler . there should be a pressure pipe coming from boiler going to outside if its a combi. if this is leaking your expansion vessel might need re charged as this is where the water will be going.
either the h/w flow switch or diaphram reqs replacement or the secondary heat ex or (calorifier) is blocked and prevents the heat from leaving the biler to hget to he taps- the heat starts ok but backs up to the boiler very quickly causing it to shut down
For the Sharp SPC374T Atomic Clock - Time Zone setting- Press the 'Time' button once, the time zone will show where 'Day' usually is, use the Up or Down buttong to adjust.
For the outdoor Thermo, credit to my neighbor for this one. Remove battery from main unit, wait 2-3 minutes. Reload batteries. Once you get a reading from the outdoor sensor, hit the reset on the main unit. You will have to reset the time zone as described above, but this worked for me after 10 months of no outside temp showing up!
Electrical problems are very difficult to solve on a car without the electrical diagram and the correct test equipment. It sounds like you have an "electrical short" which if not repaired correctly will result in having a "fire" and no car at all.
I strongly suggest you take your car to a Ford Dealer and have them solve your problem.