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The white connectors have broken on some of the Trackmaster engines. Are there replacement parts? The connector break means that it cannot connect train cars and a caboose to it. They are no longer enjoyable for my kids to play with. Thanks! Angie

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Replaced cam shaft sensor on 2005 ford taurus and still get code p0340. Possible fix distributor? According to AutoZone computer suggested parts.


This means the sensor isn't working. That can be caused by a bad connector or broken wire.
Check the connections to the camshaft sensor. don-ohio (:^)

Dec 15, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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I recently replaced the catalytic converter to my 2000 bmw 300I and now It is giving the p2096.


Possible causes
- Oxygen sensor harness is open or shorted
- Oxygen sensor circuit poor electrical connection
- Exhaust system leak
- Faulty front or rear (pre-cat or downstream) oxygen sensor


what it means Harness is open or shorted It means that the wire(s) connected from and to the component (sensor, solenoids, actuator, etc.) is either open (cut, broken, disconnected) or shorted (touching other wires, components, body). "Open" and "short" are common electrical terms. An open is a break in a wire or at a connection. A short is an accidental connection of a wire to ground or to another wire. In simple electronics, this usually means something won't work at all. With complex electronics (such as ECMs or PCMs) this can sometimes mean something works, but not the way it's supposed to.
Circuit poor electrical connection It means that the component (sensor, solenoids, actuator, etc.) connector is not fully connected or is disconnected. Before replacing any components, try fully disconnecting the connector, reconnect and test the system or component again.
Faulty or Failed component It means that the component it's more than likely the cause of the code and that needs to be replaced
Engine mechanical problems When a code list as possible causes an engine mechanical problem, it means that the problem is not caused by electronic component, but rather by a mechanical component such as pistons, valves, mechanical pump

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Harley Davidson gas tank reads half a tank but its empty


Disconnect the harness connector from the speedometer.

Check for voltage on terminal "B" of fuel pump/level sender connector.


If voltage is present, locate and repair the short to voltage.


If voltage is not present, connect the breakout box (part # HD-42682) to the speedometer and it's harness connector.
Check for continuity between terminal 9 of the breakout box and terminal "A" of the fuel pump/level sender connector.


If continuity is not present, repair the break in the yellow/white wire.


If continuity is present, check for continuity to chassis ground on the terminal "C" of the fuel pump/level sender connector.


If continuity is not present, repair the break in the black/green wire.


If continuity is present, repair/replace the fuel pump/level sender.

Sep 01, 2012 | 2008 Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King...

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Broken plastic water inlet connection.


I have the same problem. The design is bad with the weight of the hose and the lelength of the plastic inlet tube from the body creates a sheer force that causes it to break. I cannot find anything but a plastic inlet part. If someone would create a metal inlet connector they could make a lot of money. You need a lot of hose slack when moving your power washer or it will break off the inlet and the parts are abotu $20. Very poor design!!

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Toshiba satellite L775d clock runs fast


The CMOS Battery is bad. The name used by Toshiba is RTC Battery. (Real Time Clock)

Replace it.

1) Remove ALL power. Remove the AC adapter (Charger) and Battery.

2) Follow Anti-Static Precautions.

With a laptop this means buying an ESD wrist strap, and wearing it.
Average cost is around $3 to $6. (Electro Static Discharge)
Connect it's alligator clip to a good ground source.

This is one example,

http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2103245

Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
Use an ESD wrist strap, and your laptop will be safe.

3) This is a pictorial guide showing, and detailing how to disassemble a Toshiba Satellite L675D Notebook PC. You'll find it also works for the Toshiba Satellite L775D Notebook PC,

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-L675D-L670D/dismantle-laptop-1.htm

This is Page 1. Access to Page 2 is provided at the top of the page, and bottom of the page;
Page1::Page2::Find another model (In White)

Step 17 shows you where the CMOS Battery is located. Click on the photo to enlarge. (You can click on any of the photos to enlarge)

A note on the Keyboard Cable connector on the motherboard, and removing the Keyboard;

The Keyboard Cable is an FFC.
Flat Flex Cable.

As such, it is just a flat ribbon cable with no connector, on the motherboard end of the cable,
(The Keyboard Cable is detached from the motherboard, not the Keyboard)

A) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat_Flex_Cable

B) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flat-Flex-Cable.jpg

The connector on the motherboard is a ZIF connector.
Zero Insertion Force.
This connector is shown in Steps 9 and 10.

Click on the photo in Step 9.
Note the white rectangular 'bar'.

This part of the ZIF connector is permanently attached to the motherboard. It is stationary.

Note the two tabs pointed out by the Yellow arrows.
This part of the ZIF connector moves.

As directed by the arrows, the top part of the ZIF connector moves towards the LCD screen.

This is seen in Step 10.

The top part ONLY moves VERY LITTLE.
The ZIF connector DOES NOT come completely apart.

The top part acts like a wedge, and wedges the Flat Flex Cable in the bottom part of the ZIF connector.

Point?

DO NOT move the top part TOO FAR. As said the ZIF connector Does Not come completely apart.

If the top part is pushed too far, and the ZIF connector comes apart, it is broken.

This means Motherboard Replacement.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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The cable that plugs into the alternator is cracked and broken, and battery lite stays on indash.


This means the connection is bad, you will need to replace the connector but also the connector must be bad to cause this, it may be a bad alternator if the connector is justed cracked alittle then it may be the alternator but if its broken apart then its the connector and needs to be replaced, you can try an auto part store or if they dont have it then the dealer will. good day

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P0351 ingnition coil ciruit problem intermentent problem


1. Disconnect the voltage regulator connection at the alternator assembly and start the engine to see if it runs better or not and to see if the same coil-on-plug (COP) unit codes reset.

2. If the engine operation is good unless the voltage regulator connection is plugged in, it suggests a diode failure of the alternator assembly creating electrical noise.

3. If the engine operation is not any different with the voltage regulator connection unplugged, check the COP unit circuits at the PCM for battery voltage with the ignition switch in the run position and the COP's connected. Perform a wiggle test of the circuits and harness to verify that battery voltage to the PCM cannot be interrupted indicating a PCM failure.
COP 1 is controlled by a Light Green/White (LG/WH) wire at pin 1 of the C175e connector.
COP 2 is controlled by a Pink/White (PK/WH) wire at pin 12 of the C175e connector.
COP 3 is controlled by a White/Pink (WH/PK) wire at pin 24 of the C175e connector.
COP 4 is controlled by a Dark Green/Violet (DG/VT) wire at pin 35 of the C175e connector.
COP 5 is controlled by a Light Green/Yellow (LG/YE) wire at pin 36 of the C175e connector.
COP 6 is controlled by a Orange/Yellow (OG/YE) wire at pin 22 of the C175e connector. 1. There have been a lot of problems with the coil circuit wires breaking inside their insulation near the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) connector, usually within 2" of the PCM. Wiggle test the wiring harness, starting from the PCM and working toward the coil. 1. Verify battery power is present and consistent on the Red (RD) wire of multiple Coil-On-Plug (COP) unit connections.

2. If the battery power supply to the COPs is good, disconnect and inspect the C133 engine harness connector at the top of the engine for a possible connection issue. This connector is a grey 16-terminal connector. It may be behind the rear side of the intake plenum. Service the connection as necessary.

3. Disconnect the PCM connection and inspect the COP unit primary circuits and terminals at the C175E connection. Service the connection as necessary.

4. If the circuits and connections all appear to be in good condition, replace the PCM. Replacement of the PCM will require a programming function to be performed using the Ford scan tool for Passive Anti-theft System (PATS) functions and the PCM is an 8 year/80,000 mile (7/70 for CA state emissions) warranty item.

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Broken handle on dishwasher


Bernie,

TURN OFF POWER TO UNIT. Open door, remove all torq screws from door panel, separate inner and outer door panel. latch assy is able to be removed, place black wire connector and white white connector back respectively, place inner part of door back and replace the torq screws. Then turn power back on for unit.

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1989 plymouth horizon check engine light on


Code 34 is set when the computer does not detect a voltage to and through the speed control servo. The cruise control computer is built into the PCM, which grounds two windings in the servo mechanism to regulate the vacuum applied to the servo diaphragm.
Note: All Chrysler corporation fuel-injected engines have the computer circuitry and software for the cruise control system installed, even if there is no cruise control installed on the vehicle. If there is no cruise control installed on the care or truck, the computer will interpret this as an open winding and set code 34.
First: turn the key ON, turn the cruise switch ON, and look for +12 Volts on the dark blue/red wire that connects to the servo mechanism. This circuit is fed:
  • from the ignition switch through to 10 (dark blue wire)
  • from fuse 10 to the steering column (white/red wire)
  • through the clock spring to the cruise control ON/OFF switch on the steering wheel (white/red wire)
  • back through the clockspring to joint connect "C" (yellow/red wire)
  • to the brake lamp switch under the dashboard (yellow/red wire)
  • through the firewall from the brake switch (dark blue/red wire)
  • to the servo (dark blue/red wire) A break anywhere in this path (broken wire, bad brake switch, loose connector, etc.) will interrupt the 12 volt supply to the servo and set a fault code. Work backwards until you locate the break.
Turn the key OFF. Unplug the the connector from the servo and measure the servo coil resistances.
  • measure the resistance between the servo pin that connects to the tan/red wire and the servo pin that connects to the dark blue/red wire.
  • measure the resistance between the servo pin that connects to the light green/red wire and the servo pin that connects to the dark blue/red wire. The resistance in both cases should be above 0 ohms and less than infinity.
Disconnect the battery(s). Unplug the 60 pin connector from the PCM and check for continuity between the pcm connector and the servo connector for the tan/red wire (cavity 33) and the light green/red wire (cavity 53).
If no wiring problems are found, check the PCM connectors for corrosion, and reconnect. Reconnect the battery and test the circuit again. If the problem still exists, the PCM is probably bad. NOTE: Personally, if the truck was out of warranty I would try to find for a used servo before buying a new PCM.

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