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My hazard lights wont turn
check the fuse panel for the emergency flashes and pull the fuse,, It probably runs more than just that one function, but at least you'll save the battery untill you get a new switch
Is it worth buying a portable air conditioner? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
These days, portability is one of the most important factors we look for in the things we buy. Portable AC units might seem like a dream come true, but there are a few things to consider.
There are great things about portable ACs. First, they don't require installation and can be moved from one room to the other, which can be cost-effective. They are also getting more affordable these days.
Now here are the drawbacks. Portable ACs are so noisy. It's also a pain to have to drain the tanks regularly. They're also generally less cold than central units or split types and tend to consume more electricity.
It can be a real bummer to have to call a technician and have them drill holes on your walls and pay them for doing so. Yet, the installed AC units are still the coldest, quietest, and safest to have. To shop for centralised, window-type, or split-type air conditioning in Tunbridge Wells
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98 Dodge Dakota Sport 3.92WD runs decent on level ground but will not pull the slightest incline
down stream o2 is useless as only fronts trim fuel.,
for get down stream worry that last or next year or never.
only smog man needs working rear o2.s
low power has man cause,ever try fresh spark plugs.?
no p03xx codes then plugs will be ok (kinda but 24year old plugs.
that P017x code lean is truth. I bet
and is low fuel pressure,
bad FPR, they mostly dont last 24 years, PFR.
VIN X car engine 3.0L gas,.
fuel pressure spec is. 44..2, to 54.2.
3.9 still has that old distributor there, so add cap,rotor wire sets HV.
and spark plugs none of those cap on last 24 years ever so.
but no code p03xx so is lost power and is not misfiring
so FPR is next is set at 49 psi. calibrated in the factory and no vacuum there. it says filter and FPR are all in one.
step 6 fpr says
he fuel pressure filter/regulator assembly is located on the top of the fuel pump assembly. It is not necessary to remove the fuel pump to remove the pressure filter/regulator assembly. Matchmark the direction the hose fitting points. Unit must be reinstalled pointing in the same direction.
we test it to see if it fails. FPR at the rail and let the chip fall where they may. (reality)
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