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ALL of these answers are TOTAL GUESSES! The fact of the matter is that it could be 1 of 5-15 possible things. Anywhere from a shorted sensor to a simple remote reprogram. If you want it FIXED CORRECTLY. Simply take it to whoever installed it(or a dealer near you) and they will have it, not only, taken care of. But they'll probably also explain what happened and other possible problems/glitches & corresponding remedies for the future. Bottom start pressing and holding buttons without actually knowing what you're doing, or what's wrong. You could just cause more significant problems! Like locking yourself out & having to disconnect it! You bought it...enjoy the benefits of "customer service". While it still exists!

Viper Vehicle... | Answered on Apr 10, 2020

Honda Vehicle... | Answered on Mar 26, 2020

Go here for information diagrams and specific to you engine:

4 cyl:
Firing Order: 1-3-4-2

V6 front
1 - 2
3 - 4
5 - 6

2.1, 3.4, 3.6 liter, 173 c.i.d,
Firing order 1-2-3-4-5-6

231, 3800, 4.3 liter
Firing order

V8 front
1 - 2
3 - 4
5 - 6
7 - 8

265, 284, 307, 327, 400
396, 406, 427, 454
Firing order:

LS1 5.7, LS2 6.0, LS4 & LS6 5.3, LS7 7.0
Firing order:

Next time you pull all the plug wires off, make sure you diagram out where they go. It helps to mark the wires with a bit of tape with the number written on it.

Even easier is to pull and fix only one plug wire at a time.

If you get the wires off by a single count of one on the distributor, when you go to start the engine it will sound as if the entire world is ending.

Spark Plugs... | Answered on Mar 11, 2020

Hi ~ I'm not a roofer but am handy around the home, anything but electrical ! First it depends on what type of roofing material you have, this will determine what product to use to fix the leak. Another point to consider is how big is the leak and where it is located, the point at which the water is coming in from outside. To be sure of this you can usually find the entry point by looking at the roof up in the attic.
There are generally two types of patching material available, one is solvent based, and the other is latex (water) based. Cleanup for a solvent based product would be a solvent, like paint thinner, or lacquer thinner. A latex based product would only need water to clean up, if you did it while the product is still wet. You mentioned a rubber liquid but do you have a rubber roof ? Many motorhomes have a rubber roof to allow for flexing from motion and expansion for hot and cold weather. If you have a conventional roofing product, shingles, shakes or any type of vinyl composite, I would go with a solvent based patching product. Much more durable over time in my opinion. Hope this is helpful info. Cheers, Gary

Liquid EPDM... | Answered on Mar 11, 2020

Suggest to do a patent search and review some diagrams. That will get you started.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Feb 13, 2020

Trottel has to get re set to factory settings to work did you disconnect the battery if yes you will need a cod for the trottel

Covercraft Noah... | Answered on Feb 12, 2020

see your urologist.

Purple 14in X 7... | Answered on Jan 31, 2020

Configuring Your Scanner

Preprogrammed Frequencies

Your scanner includes 153 preprogrammed
frequencies, which you can load into Channels
1 to 153. For a list of these frequencies, see
"Preprogrammed Frequency List" on page 23.
To load the pregprogrammed frequencies:
1. Turn off the scanner and then turn it on again.
2. While WELCOME message appears, press PGM.
3. Load -Fr- appears, then YES--Ent and No --
CLEAr appear alternately.
4. Press ENT to load frequencies or CLEAR to

Programming Channels

If you do not have a list of frequencies in your area,
refer to
1. Press PGM. PGM appears.
2. Enter the channel number (1-200) where you
want to store a frequency, then press PGM again.
3. Use the number keys and • to enter the frequency
(including the decimal point), then press ENT.
4. To program the next channel in sequence, press
PGM and repeat Step 3. To program a specific
channel repeat Steps 2 and 3..
• Your scanner automatically rounds down to
the closest valid frequency. For example, if
you enter 151.473, your scanner rounds it to
• If Error appears and the scanner beeps three
times when you press ENT, start again from
Step 2.
• If the frequency is already stored in another
channel, the scanner beeps three times and
displays -dUPL- (duplicate) and the lowest
channel number where the frequency is already
stored. Press TUNE/CLEAR to cancel. Press
ENT if you still want to store the frequency.

Whistler Vehicle... | Answered on Jan 27, 2020

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