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Depending on your specific vehicle the Intake Air Temp. Sensor could be integrated inside the MAF sensor, Air delivery duct to TAC, mounted to the Plenum, upper intake or lower intake manifold. If you need more specific information please write back with the Year, Make, Model and Engine Size.

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There is a language option in the settings. I did find a method to change language on the 164VFI and I can only hope that the menu layout is the same. Watch this youtube video on locating the menu and selecting the language preference (TURN THE VOLUME DOWN ON YOUR PC/DEVICE AS THE VIDEO'S VOLUME IS VERY HIGH!) -
gathers vxm 164vfi language change Japanese to English HONDA FIT

Honda Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

Have u checked wiring. I'm quite sure that is the issue.. Get wiring schematics from

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What make , model an year vehicle ?

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If you asking then better see car mechanic.

Buick Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

There are two exhaust manifolds. The manifold closest to the firewall (or rear of engine) is where you want to look. Bank one is always the head that has Cylinder 1. Sensor one is always the O2 sensor before the CAT or inlet side of the CAT. Bank 1 Sensor 1 is also called The Upstream sensor. This sensor screws into the exhaust manifold, before the CAT.
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Toyota Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

The service and repair manual with diagram will provide you step by step help to fix the problem easily and you will get the manual from the given link

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yes...the console cover "plate" is a pop-off style..gentle persuasion w/a flathead screwdrive is all that is req' sure to remove the shift knob 1st-there's am Allen wrench set screw holding that on, cuz that "plate may need to lifted off the shifter to have enough room

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Thermostats can work but not within specifications. The sort of data it is looking for is reaching xx temperature within yy minutes. Eventually it will fail. It is a cheap replacement.

I had the same issue on my Lexus, I got the dealership and another engineer to check. both said the thermostat was faulty. As I saw it it was working fine, no overheating. I changed the thermostat and the check light never came on again.

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Dec 10, 2019

I ran into the same issue... everything was working correctly from the display screen (AM,FM,XM,iPod,Bluetooth) picking up stations, and all controls were working, but no sound at all. I called the dealer and found out there is a reset button that reboots the entire nav/audio system. It is a pin-hole located just to the left of the CD slot on the console. You will need a paper-clip or somthing that size to push it. Hold it in for a few seconds while the system is on and it will shut down and reset. I have to warn you that it does erase almost all of your presets, but did seem to keep my Bluetooth pairings and my nav address book. Good luck!

2011 Hyundai... | Answered on Dec 09, 2019

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