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Toyota Celica... | Answered Yesterday


Most likely the year planetary drive broke or has striped out. The transmission will need to be tore down. The 4l60E even with the harness disconnected would still have forward movement without shifting.

GMC Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Just a few thoughts to check first: P1702 TRS Circuit Intermittent Malfunction, not a very common code , usually comes along with other codes, here are some things to check, battery voltage, needs 12.4 minimum motor off,, 14.5 or so with motor running,, have it load tested Meter test your brake switch, a faulty switch will also push this code up this code is usually associated with a P0340 code, if your car is sluggish and rpm's vary at stops , then check the Cam shaft sensor

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Remove the seat belt mounting bolts at the bottom. Then there are 4 retaining clips on the top that get released by using a flat bladed screwdriver between the seatback and the upper shelf. Push down to release them.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Most well used diesels get a liberal coating of oil over just about every internal and external component, fortunately the heat of combustion tends to keep the important parts free of most of the oil - and the heat of a working glow plug of course burns off the oil that would otherwise coat it.

Could be the glow plug isn't working...

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Valve seals, piston rings and excessive cylinder blow by are causes.

Ford F-350 Cars... | Answered Yesterday


Check out link below...

https://www.obd-codes.com/p0305

You will notice it lists burned exhaust valve as a possible cause and although it also lists poor compression, it is worth adding the intake valve to the list - it doesn't need much of a seating defect before combustion gas will leak past the valve, blowing away the incoming charge and resulting in what behaves like a very lean mixture even though the charge could contain around the correct amount of fuel.

If no other cause is found it should be noted a standard compression test is practically useless and a cylinder leakage test is practically the only sure way to a diagnosis.

Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


I just did a Bing search on your AcuRite 5 in 1 weather station and came up with several websites plus some YouTube videos on fixing problems on it.

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


Check your whireing from the altanater to the battery. And make sure the cables are clean.

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


The noise is the clutch disc making contact with the pulley it's worn and possibly is slipping and the rivets that hold it together are rubbing the pulley now it also could be that the pulley bearing is dried out in either case you must replace it ASAP ! Because those 2 things can cause the compressor to lock up snapping the belt while driving or not allowing engine rotation when you try to start the engine $$depends on how and where you get it done at a shop our yourself you need a pair of snap ring pliers long enough to get inside to release the snap ring holding the pulley in place if it's the bearing making the noise if it's just the clutch disc just take off the nut and liquid wrench it until you can lightly pry it back or use a thin jawed puller do not loose the washers that space the disc from the pulley installation is the reverse of removal and if your going to do it go to rockauto.Com and look up your vehicle and then the parts in a/c & heating you want the clutch and pulley ok good luck stephen

2010 Lincoln MKS | Answered Yesterday

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