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Installing a tru bolt dead bolt. I installed and dead bolt goes in by locking outside with key but when I turn the key to take it out the dead bolt goes back in to the door.

yeah it sounds like it's not installed properly. that's not supposed to happen. there is supposed to be a keeper ring and back plate with 2 or more screws that holds that in place
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01 aurora sitting in my car 5min nd everything worked,tried to turn on engine it went click and everything died like dead batt.tried to jump,nothing,charged 24hours,nothing,charger says batt is full.

Check for bad connections art the battery. If they are good, get a volt meter and start testing the connections going back to the under hood fuse box. If everything is dead, you must have a blown fusible link or a bad connection somewhere between the battery and the fuse block.
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How do I get the door knobs to turn? When the knobs are not in the actual hole they turn but once I put them in they don't?

If you are referring to the knob that closes the dead bolt latch its because the tailpiece is in the wrong position. Turn the tailpiece as far as you can in the opposite direction then re-install the handles.
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The T-turn is reversed

I my mind the actual lock bolt was assembled wrong. You need to gently twist the length adjusting unit /bolt directly out of its housing and then gentle separate the two pieces though fully separating them and then "flip" the actual little toggling metal piece that has the "U shaped and half circle looking hub that the lock shaft slides into, around from it currently position ... ie. reversing its throw. You may need to also adjust the spring metal piece underneath it as it run in a slot as well.
This worked for me ... when t-turn key is horizontal the dead bolt is extended ie. in locked position.
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My daughter car battery went dead had a jump start but her cousin put the leads on the wrong terminal could this have blown the main fuse as no lights at all put new battery on today

Yes this will defiantly blow the main engine fuse. This fuse is located in the engine compartment and is usually bolted down with 10mm bolts.
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I moved my 2008 dodge magnum out the Drive way three hours later i went to crank it up and it would not Turn over at all . I saw a few days before that as i crank it a lightning bolt light showed UP on the...

That symbol means low voltage in the system, you have a dead or defective battery. These new sealed batteries can go out of the blue, starts fine and then a few minutes or hours later nothing, no crank no start. You can confirm the battery is the problem by honking the horn, it will dribble out a noise or not work at all if the battery is dead or nearly dead.
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The dead bolt handle started turning the wrong way so cant use code only key and now if i put a code in nothing happens but when i hit lock i closes the wrong way

Here's the info on your lock:

http://www.kwikset.com/Products/Details/Electronic-Locks/909-15-SMT.aspx

Clicking on the link "Installation Guide" will take you through the programming steps:

http://s7d5.scene7.com/is/content/BDHHI/kwikset-smartcode

I think you'll find your answer there.
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My VW Golf over heated, the engine cutoff in the middle of the road and now won't start. what could be wrong?

If you over heated significantly the cylinders will expand and the engine will seize.

If seized it is dead.

It can get to a point where one cylinder seized and it will cause major problems with the crank and cams. Both of which are not something you can fix at home or have a quick fix solution.

There is a way to check if you are seized. Try turning the engine over using a wrench of ratchet on the crank bolt. The crank bolt will be on the lowest pulley on the back of the engine where the belts run. It is usually about a 19mm bolt.

Warning: turn only clockwise and never counterclockwise.

If you can turn the engine over it is not seized. If not you have a seized engine (sorry about that).

Start there.

Hope this helps.
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