The other day as i was moving my laptop i hit the back of the laptop against an object. The collision was not hard and there is no evidence on the shell of any impact. But the piece inside the laptop that the adapter would insert into is not there. I dont know the name of the piece. The adapter is still working, the light is coming on.
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Re: My Asus Z1A Laptop is not starting up
If the peice you are refering to is the PCMCIA slot, as long as you don't need to use it you'll be ok, but if you want to put in a wireless card for example you will have to use a USB type wireless dongle instead.
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P0705 Mitsubishi Description
The park/neutral position (PNP) switch includes a transmission range switch. The transmission range switch detects the selector lever position when the shift lever is in the N or P shift position and sends a signal to the Transmission Control Module (TCM).
When is the code detected?
The transmission range switch detects the selector lever position and sends a signal to the TCM.
Hi: Did you hit a rock or other solid object ,Some times if you hit a hard object it will Shear or partly move the Flywheel Key and throws the timing off which will cause kick back and back firing. If it is back firing through the carburetor it is probably flooding cause by a dirty or faulty fuel jet and seat, if so clean and check the jet in the carburetor. Hope I have helped you AL
You must understand that collision stresses the ENTIRE vehicle. Just because it was hit from behind, does not mean that there is not collision damage in the front. I had a vehicle in my shop several years ago that was hit from the rear. The engine began knocking shortly after. It turned out that the collision had jarred the engine hard enough to cause the crankshaft to crack. This type of damage is extremely rare, but can happen. Trying to convince the insurance company that this was collision damage was a real trick.... On the other hand, fuel sending unit failures are quite common (without any collision) and can cause your fuel gauge to stop working.
The only way to determine if your problems are caused by the collision would be to first diagnose the problem. Only then can it be determined if the current failure is caused by collision or possibly caused by a more commonly known failure type.
Unfortunately, your hard disk drive is now dead... A large fall or shaking a hard drive can cause the reader head (think of a record player needle going along the grooves) to break. (No needle, no sound) I doubt you'll be able recover data especially if shook it and it maybe feels like a piece broke off inside or something. (It could have been platter collisions or something else technical from the fall; point is it is now broken.) You might have the tiniest chance of recovering something if you use a USB enclosure for Hard Disk Drives, but I would guess 98% against it. I'm sorry about your loss. In the future be sure not to shake the drive or move the computer while on and you hear the spinning of the drive. You of course know not to drop it... I'm sure it was just an accident. Remember to always back up. Again sorry and I hope this helps, thank you.
this could be a bad inner axle joint check to see if the axle boot on the left side is torn or missing also check the wheel bearings and tie rod ends by jacking up the front of the vehicle one corner at a time and grab the tire at the 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock position and wiggle it back and forth looking for excessive movement in the tie rod ends then reverse your hands to the top and bottom of the tire and try moving it from top to bottom checking for excessive wheel bearing movement it shouldn't move in or out at the top or bottom
In any collision, there are always four quantities which are the same for both objects involved in the collision. Each object experiences the same force (Newton's third law) for the same amount of time, leading to the same impulse, and subsequently the same momentum change. Only the acceleration and the velocity change can differ for the two objects. The object with the least mass always receives the greatest velocity change and acceleration.
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