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Toyota Cars &... | Answered 14 minutes ago


Possible failed up stream Oxygen sensor.
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2004 Ford... | Answered 2 hours ago


Presumably the other brakes bleed ok?
If there is load sensing valve fitted it might be necessary to bleed the rear brakes with the suspension at the road going height.

Maybe the bleed nipple is blocked or perhaps the flexible hose is blocked - try disconnecting the brake line and check for fluid delivery.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago


Do you mean the engine is overheating?
Few modern engines will tolerate overheating without sustaining damage and often one incidence of overheating is enough...

Localised overheating often causes cracks in castings and always causes distortion of metal.

While it is possible the temperature sensor is faulty and sending incorrect temperature information to the computer that drives the gauge, there are conditions where a healthy sensor can send low temperature messages about an engine that is overheating.

To be accurate the sensor must be immersed in coolant so a low coolant level can result in a low reading and similarly a failing head gasket will cause gas bubbles in the cooling system that will rise to the top of the engine, displace coolant, interfere with the thermostat operation and overwhelm the degassing circuit.

It is important you get the problem diagnosed and sorted.

Kia Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago


I am not familiar with the vehicle but the usual method to remove the panel is either brute force and lots of ignorance or remove the seats through the passenger door for improved access.
Even with the seats out it might be necessary to butcher the panel due to lack of clearance between the end of the dash and the door.

Those thoroughly familiar with the door internals can sometimes release the rear of the panel and work blind with one hand through the resulting gap to release the door catch.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 9 hours ago


Should that read the brake lights and turn signals work but the tail lights don't?

They are on different fuses.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 9 hours ago


The PCV valve is going the way of the carburetor, they are being phased out by "most" companies. If you can't find it, most likley it's not there. Thank you, Dana

2004 Ford... | Answered 10 hours ago


Faulty coil pack probably. You need to connect the mystery vehicle to a scan tool computer and it will tell you.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago


Here is a page from the nissan service manual for a Rogue fuel pump test. It starts with the ECM and ends at the pump checking all the relays and connections. Nowhere is the inertia switch mentioned or tested.

http://www.nirogue.com/fuel_pump-501.html

Nissan Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago


Check the relay box under the hood on driver side, open the cover to see the all relays map to locate starter relay

Mazda Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago


If some one has ripped out the wires from the lift gate the may have shorted to groung causing fuses to blow. Check your owners manual th see which fuses might have blown.
The manual should describe what controls each fuse protects.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago

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