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Change the crankshaft position sensor. some obd systems will superimpose crank and cam sensor codes because of the way it detects failure(comparison between the two).

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 12, 2014


Some programs you will have to create a windows xp environment for the software to run in. it seems to connect to the vehicle better in windows xp mode sometimes.

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 12, 2014


Same as chevy c1500 that year. remove skid plate on bottom of vehicle under engine. that will allow access to starter. remove + battery cable @ battery. remove cables from starter. remove starter.

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 12, 2014


Don't fool with it. If it is not done correctly and miss fires it could kill and serious injure you. Let the pros do it!

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Motorsports | Answered on Dec 11, 2014


two places to look one is under dash and the other is
under the hood. If you don't have the experience working with 12 volt electrical, take it to a stereo shop and ask them to replace it or show you.

My answers are short and sweet. Common sense mostly. If you are trying to get something for nothing...Don't waste my time! Remember if something sounds to good to be true that it usually is. I've spent many years of my life trying to cheat the system and was pretty good at it. This all changed when I discovered that people were doing the same thing to me. What comes around, goes around. Karma! Now I assist people in making win-win deals...that are legit!

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 11, 2014


Means the engine is either running lean due to a problem or that the o2 sensor is malfunctioning. You will need to use a scan tool to read live data and check the wave length of the o2 to make sure it is working. If it is not, replace it. If it is working you will need to diagnose the problem, could be anything from a clogged fuel filter to a vacuum leak.

Motorsports | Answered on Sep 23, 2014


Blown head gasket, cracked block take your pick. Tear it down to confirm problem.

Motorsports | Answered on Sep 08, 2014


normally when you turn on the a/c , there is also some additional cooling added by electrically powered fans at the radiator. These compensate for the extra load of the a/c in hot weather. If the fans do not come on it may be due to a blown fuse, faulty relay, bad connection or a dead fan.

Motorsports | Answered on Aug 09, 2014


yes if you use throttle too much...also check out for engine hot or cold guage, and thermostat valve, and engine oil level, what fuel are you using??? use diesel not kerosene...

Motorsports | Answered on Aug 06, 2014


Thats a wide open question, you don't say where

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Could be the wear indicators telling you the pads need replaced check to see how much pad is left.

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


You don't say what year, but the solenoid is probably stuck, or not working, just have to track down electrical first like a fuse or broken wire then check the solenoid on the transfer case to see if it works

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Pretty sure there is only one blower motor for both the heater and a/c.. does the blower work when it's on heat..if it doesn't then try to find the fuse to see if it's blown otherwise you need a new blower motor

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Sounds like the gears are stripped in the motor, just have to replace it.

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Start by looking for a fuse, trace the wire back from the door hinge area, then pull the switch off and see if it came unplugged or broken, then pull the door panel off and check for loose wire or a sensor out of adjustment, then pull the motor out and replace it..just be easy when pulling everything apart. and watch how it came apart so you can put it back together.

Motorsports | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Have to remove ignition coil there 8 of them put socket with extension and uncrew but be very carefull that type of engine especialy if the spark plug are old they break and your stuck with with one hell of nightmare if you got experiense do it if not i sujets you go to a pro thank for the question pierre

Motorsports | Answered on Jun 30, 2014


We have no repair manuals here at fixya.

Motorsports | Answered on Jun 27, 2014

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