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What models of cd multichanger can i use in my car

Car is a 54 plate and there is a lead in the boot with an 8 pin connector. Would i also need a code

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Paint code for vw golf sdi mk5 54 plate


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How do I remove alarm brain box from wiring on a


"I bypassed the immobilizer circuit only on my alarm module (which is really tedious). Bypassing the whole
module is possible (and little easier), but you will lose the use of the remotes and the ability to arm the alarm.
The alarm module in my '97 900 SETC is located under the carpet, below the driver's power seat switches (a
pain to get at).
If you want to bypass the module completely:
1. Disconnect the battery (make sure you know the radio code-if needed)
2. Unplug the connector from alarm module and remove module from car
3. Install a wire jumper between pin 8 and pin 20 in the connector
4. Install a wire jumper between pin 9 and pin 21 in the connector
5. Install a wire jumper between pin 10 and pin 22 in the connector
6. Wrap securely with electrical tape
If you want to bypass the immobilizer circuit only:
1. Disconnect the battery (make sure you know the radio code-if needed)
2. Unplug the connector from the alarm module
3. Cut the following wires from the back of the connector and splice together as follows (Don't cut the wires too
close to the connector, because someday down the road you may want install a new module, so you'll have to
reverse this process):
4. Cut the wires to pin 8 and pin 20 and splice together w/ wire nut
5. Cut the wires to pin 9 and pin 21 and splice together w/ wire nut
6. Cut the wires to pin 10 and pin 22 and splice together w/ wire nut
7. Secure all with electrical tape
8. Reconnect the connector to the module
Not knowing the details of your problem, please be aware that this may, or may not, solve it. Good luck and let
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The 8 pin connector to the cluster got accidentally dismantled and all the 7 wires in the sockets popped out. I do not how to put them back as the wires do not have numbers corresponding to the plug.


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The pinout depends on year and model of the Mercedes. Models between 1988-1993 used the following 8-pin diagnostic.

8 pins diagnostic.

There are also several 8 pin connectors used in Mercedes radio and CD. Here the pinouts.

Regarding the connector at the back of the dash, to find pinout I will need year and model of the car.

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2001 Crown Vic 4.6 has code P350 misfire # 5. Injector is good, Coil and boot is good, has a new plug. I have great mechanical skills but this one has me stumped. I did hear that these cars had a well...


Did you mean PO305 for cyl #5 ?

You say boot is good
What about the coil,correct me
if I'am wrong, but you do have COP
Coils!

A PO305 doesn't alway give exact results,
if you have multiple codes but for a $60.00
coil should end the misfire.

You already know to:
Check for vacuum leaks
Clean throttle plate
Clean MAF
Replace front (2 ) O2 sensors at 100,000

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Pulling check engine codes on 1984 el camino


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Need to Know the color codes of the speaker wires for a 1997 Expidition


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Codes 12 54 55


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How to change spark plugs on 2002 mk4 automatic golf


1 - High Tension cable
  • 4 to 8 Kohms
  • With suppression connector and spark plug connector
  • Only remove and install spark plug connector using tool T10029
2 - Ignition coil with output stage (-N70-, -N127-, -N291-, -N292-)
Connection, ignition wires:
  • HV1 = Cylinder 1
  • HV2 = Cylinder 2
  • HV3 = Cylinder 3
  • HV4 = Cylinder 4
3 - 10 Nm 4 - Connector
  • 6 pin
5 - Knock sensor 1 -G61-*
  • Contacts gold plated
  • Fitting location: Cylinder block intake side
6 - 2-pin connector
  • For knock sensor 1 -G61-
  • Contacts gold plated
  • Do not interchange
7 - Knock sensor 2 -G66-*
  • Contacts gold plated
  • Fitting location: Cylinder block intake side
8 - 2-pin connector
  • For knock sensor 2 -G66-
  • Contacts gold plated
  • Do not interchange
9 - 20 Nm
  • Tightening torque influences the function of the knock sensor
10 - Spark plug, 30 Nm
  • Type and electrode gap See test data, spark plugs.
  • Remove and install with 3122B
11 - Connector
  • Contacts gold plated
  • 3 pin
12 - 10 Nm 13 - 100 Nm
  • Use counter- hold tool 3415 to loosen and tighten
14 - Camshaft sprocket
  • With rotor for Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor
15 - Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor -G40-* 16 - Bracket
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Concerning noice coming from car


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this link is to the "rear axle" section of the service manual. it should help you if your gonna repair it yourself.

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Retrieve fault codes 92 900


Fault codes come from the fuel injection system diagnostic circuitry, which can store up to three faults. They can be read through the check engine light in the dash. You'll need to make a switched test lead with a spade connector on one end for connecting to the test connector. The other end is connected to ground. In 1992 the test connector is located beneath rear seat in sedan, or under the bellows ahead of shifter in convertible. With ignition off and test lead off, connect test lead to ground and test connector pin 2. turn ignition key to ON When Check Engine light comes on, turn test lead switch ON; Check Engine light should immediately go out When Check Engine light flashes ONCE, IMMEDIATELY turn test lead switch OFF Any fault codes will flash through the Check Engine light, with a long flash at beginning and end of each code; code flashes are short flashes, each block of flashes is separated by a longer space. With the engne OFF, the first fault code is that for "No RPM" 1 2 2 3 1, it will look like oooo x xx xx xxx x oooo where o = steady on, x = single flash There are over 20 fault codes, so get yourself a copy of the best source of info on this car: the "Bentley Bible" aka the Saab 900 Official Service Manual, costs about $40 from Amazon 16 valve manual: http://www.amazon.com/Saab-900-Valve-Service-Manual/dp/0837603137 8 valve manual :http://www.amazon.com/Eight-Official-Service-Manual-1981-1988/dp/0837603102 Hope this helps, if it does please give a "thumbs up", thanks Saabreur

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