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First thing you could try is replacing the circuit board on your wiper motor. It's behind the black retangular box on your wiper motor. Not hard to change. A few screws and a plug in. Or- change the whole wiper motor. ( about $80 more than the board) Bolts can all be accessed by removing the cover at the bottom of your windshield. Pretty straight forward.

1998 Chevrolet... | Answered 11 hours ago

Call a dealer parts department to confirm.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago

For automatic transmission, First check your linkage/cable that moves the gear arm to shift gears, its located on the top of the transmission, most likely this wont be it but it could be, next check all fuses for blown ones, if not lift the front wheels off the ground to a height that will allow you room to get under the vehicle under the transmission, be sure to put a jackstand on each side and the emergency brake on with wheel chucks behind the back wheels.
Once thats all done and the vehicle wont move drain transmission by either a drain plug, if it has one, if not remove all of the Tpan bolts except 2 or 3, the 2 or 3 you want are on the highest end from the ground, now have your drip pan ready at this point, place it at the opposite end from the last bolts, now take the 2 outer bolts out being careful because the fluid will start to come out and it could be hot and/or splatter, on the last bolt you should take it out real slow since it will let Tpan start to drop down letting more and more fluid pour out, once almost all of the fluid is out you may chose to hold Tpan back up[ to then remove last bolt then hand pour the remaining fluid into drip pan and sit it to the side.
Now on your particular make and model locate the reverse solenoid, remove negative battery cable then unplug solenoid and run an ohms test, if t fails replace and put it ll back together in reverse order, pour all the fluid back in and check two or three times while its running and shift the gears here and there.
It should pull in reverse, if not then you should talk to your trusted transmission shop to have it rebuilt.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago

0300 is misfire detected. 0246 turbo waste gate error and 0201-4 is injector malfunction.
Long overdue for a service at a Saab/Volvo service department I suspect.

Saab Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago

You have multiple problems. Probably a bad IGN switch along with an anti-theft system issue. Get the codes read. Test the IGN switch. Fix it and it'll work.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered 17 hours ago

Go to ford fleet owners and download the full version of the owners manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams and fuse values are there and the relays location also check that the master window switch is not corroded at the connector clean it of oxidation from the contacts and ensure that it fits tight on the switch any blue/greenish stuff must be removed and made shiny all the power goes through there first for the other windows and the relay if you clean it and it still doesn't work the contacts inside the actual switch need to be cleaned or change the switch

Ford Cars &... | Answered 19 hours ago

C1241 TOYOTA Meaning -

If there is a problem with the brake actuator assembly (Skid Control Electronic Control Unit) power supply circuit, the skid control ECU outputs the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) and prohibits under the fail-safe function.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 19 hours ago

In this diagram check red arrow, PCM is on the passenger side firewall...

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2010 Ford... | Answered 20 hours ago

Check the data link connector fuse first if good then clean the connectors and also check for loose fitting pins on the scanner and the connector if they are good you must now continuity check those wires for breaks most times its just oxidation on the connector or the contacts need to be crimped a little to make it fit tighter but your fuse might be blown

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 20 hours ago

possiable brake booster. if you hear a hissing sound and truck runs rough if not possiable master cylinder.

1985 GMC K1500 | Answered 20 hours ago

No make ,model ,year, given but it doesn't matter you must go to the dealer if it's a stock radio with the registration to prove that you own it ,and they will give you the code this is a theft deterrent feature so it's the only way

Cars & Trucks | Answered 20 hours ago

possiable fusable link between battery and main fuse box under the hood or near the starter. follow all the positive wires from the battery one of them has the fusiable link this part of the wire will usually look like its been added with some heatshrink . to tell if its bad the wire will feel soft and bendable. if its good it will feel stiff.also check all fuses under the hood

Chevrolet Cruze... | Answered 21 hours ago

the wires come out above the brake pedal assembly. the keyless entry module mounts here also you have to remove the pedal assembly to get to this area.

1992 GMC Sierra... | Answered 21 hours ago

the key switch or the actual switch ? do you mean the key? for the key u must dismantle the column. for the switch u must lower the column by removing the two bolts holding the column up and the switch is lower on the column next to the high beam switchwitch is held on by two 8mm bolts and two plugs

1992 GMC Sierra... | Answered 21 hours ago

first u must put the engine to the top dead center by lining up the marks on the front pully of the crankshaft also make sure the marks are on the intake stroke and not the exhaust stroke by taking out the number one spark plug and putting a small piece of rag in the hole . not all the way in leave some hanging out. now rotate the crank by 5/8 socket and breaker bar clockwise until you hear a pop as the number one piston blows out the rag from the plug hole signaling that the piston is on the intake stroke .check marks on the pully for exact timing .next get the distributor and drop in the hole making sure to point the rotor to the direction of the number one piston also making sure to seat the distributor all the way down leaving the keeper loose to align rotor to the number one spark plug wire on the cap . install wires to spark plugs .next have someone crank the engine while you are turning the distributor slightly til you hear the motor start this might take a few times to get correctand a timing light will be needed for final adjustment.

1993 GMC Sierra... | Answered 21 hours ago

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