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is the steering servo working ? if so you have to set it back to the center then re attach the steering rod. turn the power off to everything and disconnect everything thats connected to the steering servo. then turn your remote on and set the steering trim on the remote back to center, then turn the power on to your car. the servo will automatically set itself to the center position, and then reattach the steering rods to your servo. make sure your tires are pointing straight forward as well when you screw the stuff back onto the servo. should do it. if the servo isnt working just replace it.
I think Polaris should refund the purchase price on these pumps. I changed the breaker, the whip, and upgraded the outlet (using 110). The dealer exchanged it for me, but would not give me a refund, and I had the same issue with the second motor. I used a Hayward 6060 pump as a replacement. Everything works fine.
Anything is possible in cold weather. BY driving earlier the transmission oil would have warmed up so the reverse should have worked. I'm thinking that may be from applying the park brake that the brakes are frozen to the drum/disc from the water / snow
try this before you toss it...recently my magnavox 37" had been takign upwards to an hour to turn on. this past tuesday i check these threads to determine the problem. like many have said, its probably the capacitor, which it was n my case. basically i took everything apart and the bad (2) capacitors were obvious. one was oozing the electrolytic fluid and the top of the other started to 'dome' on the cap. i then went to a local electronics store (not radio shack, parts are too specific)... $3 for the (2) capacitors and a $20 solder iron. then you just de-solder the bad caps' and replace. i took the approach that - "what's the worse that could happen, the tv already didnt work?" well i just completed teh fix, it took about 3 hours and saved me nearly $300 that i didn't have. you can't be without your flatscreen at the beginning of football season!!!
I had similar issues with mine and it was the alternator. Replaced and everything worked fine. I think anytime the car loses power ie. disconnect battery. If you choose to change the alternator yourself its not easy. Ive become quite skilled at it. Easiest way is to remove front passenger tire. I know it sounds weird but that is the easiest way to get to it. Unless you are more skilled than I once you have the alternator removed you MUST remove the swingarm to get it out.
have you checked to ensure that the actuator is working? if the actuator isn't working then the ring gear wont engage and won't turn the front shafts. try turning your key to accessory and put the truck in 4wd
how down the power button until it beeps twice. that will restart your settings for the display. once it beeps twice then turn the system on and change the default settings back to your hdmi settings. what happened was when you transferred the ps3 to composite the settings changed to accomodate that but when you switch back to hdmi it doesnt change back. the only solution is to hold down the power button untill it beeps twice. normaly 3 seconds.
use the speakers it came with it works fine for me i have mine hooked up to a 300w inverter anything less i dont get the best sound you cant turn the volume up too loud on the reciever it will draw too much power and shut it off or blow the fuse in you car unless the inverter you are using has an external fuse on it my inverter warns me that i am drawing to much power so when i hear the beep i turn it down a notch and works fine but ya try using the speakers th system came with