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No access panel ,you have to drop the fuel tank .

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


Have you had it plugged into a diagnostic system or an OBD2 scanner? This sounds like some sort of 'starvation' issue. It could be poor fuel supply, poor spark, poor air flow or an issue with one of the ridiculous number of electronic sensors on the engine. Are there any warning lights or messages on the dashboard that aren't normally there?

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Is it red in colour? This is a General Master Warning Light. It covers a lot of features on the vehicle. First check if there are any other warning lights on the dashboard or messages on the digital display. If yes what are they?
This light could be for anything from low screen washer fluid, loose fuel filler cap or something much more serious like low oil pressure. The vehicle will run OK with problems like low oil pressure but it's definitely Not good for the engine!!
If there are no other lights on the dash DO NOT assume it is a minor problem! You will need to get a Good Mechanic to check the vehicle over as some faults will only show up if plugged into a diagnostic system. It is better to pay for a diagnostic scan than for BIG repair costs.

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


Not knowing what plough it is and what it is on my advice is just the general basics.
If it is hydraulic check the fluid level. Check under the motor and blade for evidence of any leaks. Examine all the pipe work for splits and damage. Next turn the plough on. Listen to it carefully. Does it sound like it is trying to move?
These checks will help you work out where the problem is most likely to be. Problems like low fluid, worn or damaged pipes, damaged fittings, faulty motor, faulty flow valves.
Electric units are a basic case of check the motors and getting power and working, and the electrical wiring isn't worn or damaged.
Hope this helps.

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


Some cars/trucks/SUVs need about 30 miles of driving time to load all the new parts you replaced info into ecu so somtimes runs rough until that process is clear . Also there are different ways to reset your cars computer . The best way I found to be really effective is disconnecting both battery cables and connect a jumper wire between them . But make sure they are clear or the battery of course . Leave the jumper connected for a few minutes then hook em back up and start your engine and go drive around for 20 minutes . Another way is to disconnect the POS. battery cable and turn everything on inside while holding the brake pedal. What it is by doing all this is draining the stored power in the computers capacitors that keep the memory fresh . You want it to forget the defective part and recognize the new one .hope this helps you I know how frustrating these things can be.

GMC Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


I wonder what it is ... ah a /.

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


I turned on the fan inside and closed everything up, went outside and poured soapy water around everywhere. I found bubbles at the mirrors and and the top of the windshield. Also a "Tech" told me that under the door rubber at the driver and passenger sides there is a piece of tape that is supposed to cover two assembly holes on either side but doesn't, so I caulked it and solved the leak that comes out the map lights. I also found that there was a crack in the sealer along the firewall to passenger inside fender allowing water to collect int the wiring channel causing the dreaded "lock" problem, which I had fixed by the dealer but they didn't fix the leak. The dealers and "Jet-set Execs"are the reason GM is hurting as their vans are OK. The fix was spraying RV Roof\Gutter sealant from the front after removing the wiper cover and spraying waaay in. Now I need to fix the one on the front that comes in above the passengers left foot and makes a spiders haven behind the centre cowl. Jim

2004 Pontiac... | Answered Yesterday


Code 100 and 101 are for problems with the Mass air flow meter.
Have you checked it ?
You can pin test the computer but you may need a shop manual to get the wiring diagrams.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 days ago


http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Mitsubishi-Wiring.pdf
here is the wire diagram for your car this should fix your problem

2002 Mitsubishi... | Answered 2 days ago


WE KNOW OF NO FIX OTHER THAN REPLACE IT

GMC Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


It is very possible you have air in the system. How good does the system work?
It should be handled by certified A/C mechanic

2007 Lincoln... | Answered 2 days ago


what year, what engine. Enhanced codes are year, make, model, engine specific

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago

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