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Its a Hyundai, I'm pretty sure 45 is top speed.

Hyundai Motor... • Answered 2 days ago


go see a mechanic you have a clutch problem

Saturn SL1 Cars... • Answered 2 days ago


Based on the wiring diagram in the service manual Red is License Plate Light & Tail Light, Gray is Rear Right Turn Signal Light, Blue/Red is Brake Light, Green is Rear Left Turn Signal, Black/Yellow is always Ground

2006 Chevrolet... • Answered 2 days ago


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2006 Chevrolet... • Answered 2 days ago


I have worked on a 2003 x-type with the same problem. Unplug your fluid level float and e brake switch. Remove instrument cluster. On the right side connector,(White) cut the zip tie on the connector, slide the white clip off on the left side of the connector. It should slide out of the connector. You want to cut 2 black wires from pin 12 and 15. Pin 12 (Master cylinder float) will be the second from the right in the top row. Pin 15 (E brake switch) will be the one all the way on the left on the bottom row. Make sure you cut about 3 inches from the connector. Plug the instrument cluster back in and check if the light went out. If it goes out, you have a short in the harness. You will have to run a new wire to the float or e brake switch. If it stays on, strip all 4 wires and connect them all together and solder them. Check to see if the light went out. If it is out, you just saved yourself from replacing the instrument cluster. This happens when one of the outputs does not have the needed 10 volts comming out of it. By combining them it gives the 10 volts or more to the dead side of the input. If you still have a brake light after combining them, then get a fuse holder and a fuse tap and put a .5 amp fuse in it and combine it to the four that are combined. Make sure you fuse tap a fuse that goes on and off with the ignition switch. If this fails, then you have a bad instrument cluster. About $150 online.

2003 Jaguar... • Answered 2 days ago


It sounds as if you didn't align the timing marks properly. Did you double check them?

2008 Chevrolet... • Answered 2 days ago


Usually with a hi idle, the first thing I do, block off the mouth of throttle body, it should kill the engine. If it doesn't kill the engine, you got false air getting in there from somewhere. And, make sure no accessories are turned on. Any applicable troubles codes? Make sure throttle linkage isn't holding throttle valve open? good luck

Chevrolet S 10... • Answered 2 days ago


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2008 Chevrolet... • Answered 2 days ago


This mirror is design not to be serviced. The internal locking mechanisms are one time use only. The large pin loosening up and the mirror folding in or shaking around while driving is a common problem. If you want to experiment just have the mind set that this is a test for learning. The glass will more than likely break during disassembly but replacement glass (heated or non-heated) is available aftermarket. I have tried to repair loose pivot pins in the past but it is not worth the time. eBay has sellers for aftermarket replacements. $85.00ea. Good Luck.

Cars & Trucks • Answered 2 days ago


This sounds like it could be a faulty starter motor. The 'click' is the solenoid switch engaging but the motor itself isn't moving. You'll need to swap out the starter and the solenoid as they are one single unit. Changing them isn't complicated. 1 small wire connector, 1 large wire connector and 2 bolts holding it onto the engine block. The hard bit is actually getting to it to swap it out. They are often jammed into tight inaccessible places where you will lose the skin off three knuckles and one elbow getting it out.

Cars & Trucks • Answered 2 days ago


speed control deactivation switch-undefined-undefined-0.jpg Speed control deactivation switch. As you see, the location may vary. Sometimes, the service department at your local dealership can be helpful, if their not busy. good luck.

2003 Ford Focus • Answered 2 days ago


What is year--make--model? Make sure battery has a full charge and battery connections all good. If it cranks good but won't start, have a helper crank it while you check for spark at the plugs, gasoline engine. Use a gage and check proper fuel pressure, check fuel injector pulse. what was the code number? If a code points at a particular sensor, I check sensor wiring circuits before replacing anything. those are the basic checks, in my opinion. good luck

Cars & Trucks • Answered 2 days ago


With high idle, block off mouth of throttle body, it should kill the engine, if not you got false air getting in from somewhere? Any applicable trouble codes?

Chrysler Cars &... • Answered 2 days ago


Call any dealership, they have to tell you truthfully if so

Chevrolet... • Answered 2 days ago


I presume you ran out of fuel or have new fuel components. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdoE6-QmAoo

Volvo S40 Cars &... • Answered 2 days ago


get it scanned for codes and repair the problems

Cars & Trucks • Answered 2 days ago


Transmission Problems / Hard Shifting - Pontiac G6 Forum

www.g6ownersclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5286 Oct 16, 2009 - 15 posts - ‎10 authors Transmission Problems / Hard Shifting Problems and Solutions. ...2005TRANSFORMERG6 is on a distinguished road ... Shift, DTCs P0742 and P2761 Set or Just P2764 Set (Replace Automatic Transmission Wiring Harness) images for 2005 G6 wire harness

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