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What I do is park the car uphill. Let it cool, open the cap, start it, and let it warm up until coolant flows in the radiator. Add coolant and let the air burp out until there is good flow with no bubbles coming up.

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disconnect the battery and connect it all up and leave battery off overnight. Put the key in the ignition but not turned on. Connect the battery in one bang, wait 15 minutes for the transponder chips in key and ignition lock to be paired by the ECM.

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these cars suffer from one problem and that is the computer ,as the O2 sensor heaters run the earth back through a transistor switch in the ECU ,so what i do is run a seperate earth from O2 sensor heater side to chassis or engine this cures the fault so vehicles passes the emmisions but the engine light will stay on .on the O2 sensor are two white wires these are the heater wires ,one will read a positive but no earth continuety ,run a earth and it will work .

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The chime usually goes with the door latch. What did you replace? You may have not got the electrical plug seated or a lead has pushed out.

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You can use one of the plugs that go into the power point/cigarette lighter. Cut the end off add wire to reach a good 12 volt battery. Plug it in. This should give you power to open the boot with the switch.

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Hi there my name is Brandon Im a electronic n mechanical engineering technician Im not a regular mechanic I fix what regular mechanic cant or don't know what is wrong but I will be more than happy to help you out I need more information to be able to be 100percent but I will bet you that you have a blown head gasket that asnt blown all the way or it could be a creak some were!!! Pull the oil plug n drain the oil in to a super clean dish n tell me what it looks like I am going to give you my personal email address n I want you to send me the pics of what it looks like but how much water are you losen n how much running can you do before you have to fill again I will also tell you a way you can check for a hole anywhere!!! Is warm water dish soap in a spray bottle n just becarefull only spray the Rad.... stuff be sure that you don't just go crazy with the water it has to have a full Rad.... n the car is on n running n is at running temperature

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Did this just happen and was it working previously?

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Radio codes are normally dependent upon the serial number of the radio. You obtain the serial number off the radio and contact the dealer and they can give you the code once you verify that you are indeed the proper owner of the radio.

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you push the stalk forewards as i remember

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the immobilizer is part of the pats security system the heart of this system is the instrument pack, all the modules on the can network communicate with each other to allow the car to start, recognize the correct key and plip etc.what is the problem with your car? let me know and i will try to help, cheers.

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p0420 and p0430 are codes for bank a and bank b catalyst efficiency below threshold. there are 2 sensors on each bank. you dont say if its a v6 or a v8, if its a v6 they are easy to get at from the underside. one has a green connector the other blue, both sides the same, and screw into the exhaust one before cat one after, if its a v8 there not so easy. the connectors are at the back of the cylinder heads one grey one black. my advise would to get it on to some diagnostic equipment to monitor live data to identify the culprit, you dont get both sides going down together. from my experience with these cars if one bank of cylinders has a emission related problem the ecu uses the other bank to compensate which can confuse diagnostics. also one of or both catalysts may be faulty

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DTC Code P0153 DTC Code: P0153 Description: Oxygen Circuit Slow Response Bank 2 Sensor 1 Probable Causes:
  1. Sensor or solenoid faulty
  2. Connector terminal contact is damaged or corroded
  3. Wire harness - Check harness for correct voltage, open, short to ground or short to voltage
  4. Update control unit software - Check for the latest control unit update
  5. Powertrain or Engine Control Module faulty
  6. Fuel pressure - Pump, regulator, filter or lines
  7. HO2S sensor contamination/damaged
  8. Exhaust leaks or restrictions

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u1400 is a code that i do not recognise, u140 is a body module coms fault code. what is the problem with your car? some fault codes on these cars are generic and will always be logged. hope this helps.

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If the faulty sensor is one of the inner sensors the bumper has to come of. If it is a outer sensor only half the bolts on that side have to be removed. Start by partly removeing the under wing shield and there is access to the bolts,open the boot remove plastic shut trim and more bolts. Pull back side carpets remove the black side plates to get to more bolts remove bumper and replace the faulty sensor leave the bumper connected and pointing away and test before refitting.

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the code po153 is oxy/lambda sensor slow response. and the b i think relates to bank b that is left hand as you sit in car, there are 2 sensors on each bank. you should really have it put on suitable diagnostic equipment to monitor live data to help sort it out, it could be either sensor or the catalyst. and the parts are expensive so you should not get the diagnosis wrong. i guess you engine light is on. good luck.

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