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Furniture | Answered 28 minutes ago


Use the up, down, left and right arrow keys to highlight the letters on the alphabet screen!

Computers &... | Answered 32 minutes ago


Is it a 4 cyl or a 6 cyl? Is it showing a code? If so take it to Auto Zone so they can read the code. Try running one tank of premium gas through it and see if that helps. You might also try a full Synthetic oil change at Wal Mart with Mobil one. It is only $44.00.

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Ford Cars &... | Answered 33 minutes ago


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Kyocera Office... | Answered 33 minutes ago


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Suzuki GSF 600 S... | Answered 36 minutes ago


We do not have this model in US, but I assume it is a new model 2016-17. You throttle (and the "rev" ) is controlled by the computer. The fact that your car is idles - should mean that your computer is fine! There are two types of idle control: 1st- when you have a bypass of the throttle, which lets the throttle flop stay close while idling and let's the air into the motor through a bypass and electronically controlled idle switch. Inspect your throttle - the electronic/metal unit located on the large pipe through which the air gets into the motor: if you have a "bypass" for the air then you need to inspect your throttle body as it could be your problem.
2. most likely you do not have a bypass and your idle is controlled by your throttle body, then it is sure working fine and your only issue is that your engine computer does not know that you press the accelerator. Your gas pedal has an electrical unit on it which connects to the engine computer- inspect the connector/wires if all looks fine most likely your accelerator sensor does not work- you need to change the gas pedal unit ( I think it called accelerator sensor).
Good luck.

2007 Toyota... | Answered 37 minutes ago


Do you mean the Dawson LT-3K kiln sitter, a control and monitor for the ceramic kiln? The manual for this is on the product page: http://www.paragonweb.com/ManualInfo.cfm?CID=42 . The direct link to the manual is http://www.paragonweb.com/files/manuals/ACF1B.pdf .

If you need information about the kiln, then please check that model number and add a comment with that information. If your kiln is from Paragon, then try http://www.paragonweb.com/Instruction_Manuals.cfm for a manual. Paragon makes the Dawson LT-3K.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Cars & Trucks | Answered 39 minutes ago

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