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The codes p0452 and p0463 refer to the fuel sender unit. There may be a wiring problem and the gauge is not working properly.
p0128 indicates that the engine is running too cold. Possible stuck thermostat in open position. This would cause the engine to run a richer fuel mixture.

Saturn Cars &... | 1,443 views | 2 helpful votes

Rod is correct...any engine needs fire, fuel, air, and compression..I always start with fire, if you have it then move on to fuel...95% of the time the problem will lay in those two. Once you figure out what it isn't getting, then work on why. Newer cars have a lot of computorized stuff that require specialized equipment and knowledge.

Kia Cars &... | 1,262 views | 3 helpful votes

The crankshaft position sensor, #15
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Chevrolet Cars &... | 1,405 views | 1 helpful votes

Online at manufacturers website .

Cars & Trucks | 418 views | 0 helpful votes

Should be tucked up under where the package tray would be behind the trim at the front of the trunk space.

Toyota Celica... | 102 views | 0 helpful votes

Doesn't use a DRL module . Has DRL relay .
Symptom Chart Condition Possible Sources Action
  • The daytime running lamps are inoperative.
  • Fuse
  • Circuit(s)
  • Daytime running lamps (DRL) relay
  • Light switch
  • Go To Pinpoint Test A .

Free wiring diagrams here Enter vehicle info. Year , make , model an engine . Under system click on lighting , then under subsystem click on daytime running lamps . Click the search button then the blue links . Looking at the wiring diagram i see the DRL relay is located in the BJB - this is the fuse / relay box in the engine compartment . To see location under system click on electrical distribution ,then on junction block . picture of fuse box shows location .

Ford Cars &... | 142 views | 0 helpful votes

Depends on milage but I would recommend the factory oil. specs in your manual usually tell you what grade to use. The brand doesn't matter only the viscosity.

Ford Cars &... | 378 views | 1 helpful votes

That is a warning light. Take it in to a mechanic for a checkup.

Cars & Trucks | 454 views | 3 helpful votes

High beam, low beam, or both?

Nissan Cars &... | 77 views | 1 helpful votes

search for it here, sometimes you can find videos and all about the item your looking up>>>

Hyundai Cars &... | 77 views | 0 helpful votes

check the driver user manual for resetting the memory to the navigation system

Toyota Camry... | 67 views | 2 helpful votes

Where is your fuel tank fill door? Near the driver-side rear wheel by any chance? That's where I'd start looking for loose vent tubes or corrosion in the filler neck, etc.

Cars & Trucks | 62 views | 0 helpful votes

Have you tried looking behind your glovebox?

Kia Cars &... | 87 views | 0 helpful votes

Clean the throttle body and the MAF sensor. Videos are available on YouTube, found by Google.

Ford Cars &... | 95 views | 0 helpful votes

good morning Danny,the sounds like you got the common problem of ppm getting moisture in it, it is located on passenger side under the hood in cowling area ,you may have to replace it, if you access it remove the connectors clean them put electric grease in the connector try it may work.good luck, mike

Ford Cars &... | 439 views | 2 helpful votes

Remove the pump and check if the seal is installed properly (it's a small o' ring) it's found at back of the pump where you connect the hydraulic pipe. It can be a nuisance if it's worn out or inappropriately fitted.

Jeep Cars &... | 90 views | 1 helpful votes

I bet you its low on transmission fluid. Check fluid level while engine running.

Dodge Cars &... | 75 views | 0 helpful votes

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