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You must pull the radio and look on the back

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The position sensor detects where the engine position is and allows the timing of ignition, injection of fuel etc. No pulse means no work.

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It is not always possible to disable the passenger airbag and details will be found in the vehicle handbook. If the facility exists there will be a key switch in the centre console or dashboard and the ignition key is used to switch it off.

It is reckoned there is only one reason to disable the passenger airbag and that is when a baby seat or cradle is used on the front passenger seat. If the airbag cannot be disabled the baby must go onto the rear seat.

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ther vare 2 or 3 the main one is usually located under the dash on the firewall on drivers side other main one for fans blwers and a,c and engine components is usually under the hood near the battery

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When you say that the fuel pump is good, do you mean that you did a pressure test on it and it was in specs or do you mean that it energizes? If it does engergize then I would do a pressure test on it to make sure that it has the strength to pump fuel from the fuel tank up to the engine.

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Hi if there is powerr to the radio then it must be the radio thats at fault.

Nissan Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Not only does four pistons going down and up and the crank rotating cause some draught with a resulting small fluctuating pressure within the crankcase, there is also inevitably going to be some combustion pressure escape past the piston rings so if provision wasn't made for this to escape safely a considerable pressure would build inside the engine resulting in large oil leaks.

In days past any pressure was simply vented to atmosphere, usually through a pipe aimed at the ground. As time moved on things became more sophisticated and positive crankcase ventilation became quite the thing - often controlled by a pcv valve or a small drilling in the intake manifold so at low engine speed there should be a slight depression inside the engine. At higher speed excess crankcase pressure is vented through a hose into the air intake after passing through an oil mist trap to stop oil droplets escaping into the air intake.

When removing the oil filler cap from a running engine it is usual to find a sort of fluttering draught of air/gas but in the case of a definite blow you will probably discover the breather system needs cleaning, especially the oil mist trap - these are items to check/clean during routine maintenance.

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Hi my bakkie is wetting the plugs with patrol on a Opel corsa 1.4 please help me

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The Storm Glass Weather Station has a battery operated temperature display in the base. The original instructions were on the back of the box (which most people discard).

Although I've never seen one, I would imagine that there is as process involved to replace the coin cell when it needs changing.

From looking at the pictures. I'd guess that the display needs to be pryed out of the base to access the battery compartment.

When out, look for a small (tiny) button to press to change from C to F. May need a toothpick to do this.

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