Question about Optics
Model number DXCMV5048055
Try checking the codes. You can do this at part stores like auto zone for free. It might be the maf sensor or if it says lean o2 sensor than it's the fuel filter.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
Check to make sure the coils underneath the refrigerator are clean- that's the first thing to check:
Next thing to check is the thermostat as it explains here:
The refrigerator never cycles off The thermostat cycles the refrigerator on and off. The refrigerator normally runs as long as the temperature inside the refrigerator is higher than the set temperature. If the temperature inside the refrigerator is cold enough and the thermostat still does not cycle off, the thermostat may be defective. If so, you need to replace it, because it cannot be repaired. If the thermostat is not defective, you may have a problem with the sealed (refrigerant) system, in which case you should contact a qualified appliance repair technician. Here's how to check a thermostat: http://www.ehow.com/how_2167621_troubleshoot-refrigerators-thermostat.html There is the chance that the unit could be low on refrigerant, in which case it would run constantly, struggling to keep things cold. The condenser fan is controlled by the control board- check to make sure it's running, since the fan itself could be bad. As one of the blogs stated, make sure your evaporator coils aren't iced over (due to a faulty defrost system). So start with the condenser fan- make sure it's running. Check the condenser coils to make sure they're clean. Check the evaporator coils to make sure they're not iced over (indicating a bad defrost circuit). Move the thermostat to see if it makes any difference, and check it if it doesn't have any effect on things. Of course, the dreaded control board could be the culprit, or low refrigerant. If you're handy with a voltmeter, you might be able to determine if the control board is good or bad. Here is a website with your model's diagrams and parts lists: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=5230635 Good luck, and hope this helps get it fixed!
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
SOURCE: Jeep Liberty 2002 4x4, While
From what you've described I'm inclined to believe that your fuel pump may be going bad and/or a clogged fuel filter. If you had a bad fuel pump relay it would not crank. If you had a restricted injector/s your vehicle would still start normally but you could have a rough idle or hesitation while accelerating. You can have your fuel system pressure tested to try and check for a bad fuel pump, but if the problem is coming and going it may not show up if your not currently experiencing that problem. Try the filter first, try running a tank of high test and a bottle of isoheet and gumout fuel injector cleaner to see if you notice any difference first. The next step I'd take would be to replace the fuel pump after that
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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