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The passenger front brake caliber is sticking on my 2014 ford truck

is it sticking at the sliders contact points, where the caliper moves on the bracket, or is the piston sticking. if its the slider contact points remove caliper and clean surfaces apply sill-glide to surfaces and re-assemble. if its piston sticking check to make sure the brake flex hose is good then replace caliper assembly and bleed system.

Aug 27, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Left rear turn signal light will work and then stop I have to take the bulb out and put it back in tried swapping bulbs now the turn signal and brake light are not working

There could be a few different solutions;
1. the socket wires could be bent. Remove bulb and check for socket wires pushed into the socket housing. Use a small fine point pick to bend wires until they stick out into the bulb cavity.
2. The bulb wires could be out of alignment. Bend wires until they stick out from the bulb base.
Those 2 possibilities apply to the glass tang base bulb. If you have a metal base bulb ( it has the contacts on the bottom, with a metal base and pegs sticking out the side ). If this is your bulb style, you'll need to look at the contact points in the bottom of the bulb socket. If the contact point tops are flat or curved in, or if they are not clean ( green or brown corrosion on them ) you'll need to clean and re-grease the contact points before considering replacement. You can use either electrical parts spray ( recommended ) or a warm water and baking soda mix ( a coffee cup filled 3/4 up with warm water to a tablespoon of baking soda. Dissolve baking soda in water, make sure key is OFF and socket is away from other wiring. Pour a small amount into the socket and scrape contact points and side wall with a fine point pick or mini flat bladed screwdriver until contact points are clean ).
Dab a small amount of Dielectric grease onto the bulb base, covering the contact points and tags sticking out of the side, and re-install bulb, then test, If it still doesn't work, you'll need to replace the socket assembly - available from your local auto parts store.. Make sure you get a socket with the same number of wires and mount configuration.
Hope this helps!!

Mar 04, 2014 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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The hazard light switch broke and my hazards won't quit flashing tired sticking two screws in there now blinkers don't work

At this point you will need to replace the multifunction switch. It looks like used may be a good option for your vehicle. This is a relatively easy part to replace. You will need a couple TORX sockets but other than that its pretty straight forward once you remove the column covers.

Apr 10, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Just need the ruels for th game pick- up sticks

Object of the Game: To accumulate 500 points.

Game Play: A player should hold all the sticks (except for the Black Color Stick) upright with a hand on the table. Open the hand quickly, so that the sticks scatter on the table. The Black color stick is to be used as a tool

In picking up the other sticks. The first player picks up sticks one at a time, until he causes any other stick to move besides the one he is attempting to pick up. Players should keep track of the score by using the scoring chart as shown below.

Scoring Chart:

Blue Sticks - 50 Points

Green Sticks - 40 Points

Red Sticks - 25 Points

Yellow Sticks - 10 Points

Jun 02, 2011 | Toys

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I'v adde 1 gig/1stick of memory to my machine an it's fine. when I add the second 1 gig stick my machine will not even boot to bios? Any i advice on getting the second DIMM2 slot working. It also has a red...


At this point, from what you described, the memory stick or the slot could be the problem.

First check the 2 memory sticks to be certain that they are compatible with each other - the type and speed. That could be your problem.

If OK, remove both memory sticks and try the second stick of memory in the first slot. If it works, the 2nd memory slot is problematic.

If it doesn't work, your 2nd stick of memory is bad and needs to be replaced.

If the memory slot is bad, there really is not much you can do except replace your motherboard.

Hope this helps.

Aug 21, 2010 | Shuttle XPC SK22G2 Barebone

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Toshiba satellite l505d

unplug laptop and remove battery. Take out both memory sticks and locate on the motherboard under sticks two points marked with ***. Replace one memory stick, plug ac adapter back up and while jumping the two points at the *** (use paperclip, flathead screwdriver or other metal object to connect the points) power up computer. This, if done properly, will reset bios, removing password.

Jul 21, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L505D Notebook

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Memory stick pro not recognized any more by dell inspiron 6400

I suggest going into the control panel/device manager and removing all the usb devices.
Restart the computer and let it find the devices again. That might help.
Also--have you tried the stick in another computer just to make sure it works?

Sep 25, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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Joy stick

you need to clean the joystick. Sometimes just a pressured air can can solve it.

Sep 24, 2007 | Nokia 6600

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