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Those are known to stretch the timing chains once they get up in miles to the point where the engine goes out of mechanical crankshaft to camshaft timing enough not start. In order to confirm this is the issue a person would have to turn the crankshaft to cyl. 1 top dead center and see if the camshaft timing marks line up where they should. I can elaborate if this is something you'd like to do yourself.

2003 Volkswagen... | Answered Yesterday

Yes a very complex one too. There is no reset per se, Did it just not start or power up the cluster one day randomly?

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This is a car and truck forum. Best to repost in another forum, but putting gauges on the system will tell you a lot.

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This is a car and truck forum. Best to repost in appliances. You can always contact the manufacturer for parts and support.

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year, make, model, and engine size

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The camera has been bumped out of place. To set it right. Put your emergency brake on and block your wheels. Then put your car in reverse so your camera comes on. From under the car you should be able to adjust the camera to the right position.

Subaru Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

No you don't, you can have them turn the brake disk/rotor . Turning the brake disk/rotor is when you have the surface of the disk resurfaced by having a brake lath cut the high spots down. The disk are cheap enough now that most will just replace the disk/rotor the same time they replace the brake pads. You can pick up performance drilled or slotted brake disk/rotor for almost the same price as the OEM disk/rotor. Good luck and hope this helps, you can pick up the slotted brake disk/rotor at Auto Zone for a reasonable price and they will have the step by step instruction replacing the disk and if you like to just have the disk/rotor turned, they can do they there too.

2002 Volvo S40 | Answered Yesterday

I would go to their site and look at their repair test videos. Check batteries first then maybe look for a short or dirty/broken wire connections.

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