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If you go to they have a built in Hollander interchange. Type in the part that you are looking for and it will give you all of the parts available that will interchange.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 minutes ago | 18 views

To check the PCV valve, temporarily remove it. If there is a lot of pressure and air flow coming through the hose it attaches to, compression that is suppose to remain above the piston is getting into the crank case. This may be due to a cracked or worn piston rings or rings, a cracked head or engine block, or a hole or crack at the top of a piston. If there isn't much pressure or flow at the hose attached to the PCV valve, the valve is likely stuck shut. If you hold it next to your ear and shake it longitudinally, you should hear the valve clicking back and fourth. This indicates it's likely fine. If you do a compression check of each cylinder and find 2 cylinders that are next to each other both low on compression, a blown head gasket is a likely cause. All engines will have some amount of air flow through the PCV valve.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 38 minutes ago | 17 views

I presume this is a CRANK but no start issue. You will need the wiring diagram for the vehicle. Then trace it back. It will probably go back through some connectors to a fuse box and then to an engine control module (ECM). You want to know if you are getting a signal from the ECM. If you are, then the problem is somewhere along the way. CHeck the fuse first. You will need some kind of scope for diagnosis. Check out Youtube for either ScannerDanner or SMA (South Main Auto) for examples.

2005 SsangYong... | Answered 56 minutes ago | 254 views

First, check the plug end test/reset. Plug in the cord to an outlet and press the TEST button. You may, or may not hear a 'click'. Press the RESET button, and it should hold itself in the down position. If that happens, then things are ok there. If not, the overload protection is not working and would need to be replaced.

Second, did you use a pump flush/lube? When the pump is used, it creates a lot of heat. When that happens, water carries away the lubrication, moving parts can gall, the seals dry, and the motor can't overcome the drag at start. This could 'pop' the GFI on the electrical plug on your machine. Letting the machine sit allows the heat buildup to evaporate the water in the pump, and scale forms, especially if you use almost any kind of soap or detergent. Don't use soap/detergent with any of the high pressure nozzles, always use the low pressure attachment. Flush the pump, then use the high pressure attachment.

One more thing, check the pressure hoses going to the pressure switch, and the switch itself. When you release the trigger on your handle grip, the motor shuts off with the pressure buildup. If it will not open again, the diaphragm switch could be stuck.

I hope this helps you, and much luck to you.


Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago | 21 views

No. If its not an OEM replacement (which often fail) Remove and put OEM part on. It also requires a special bleed technique. Unless you are an advanced DIYer you will need dealer level expertise.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 1 hour ago | 22 views

There's a pressure sensitive switch connected under the seat cushion under the passenger seat attached to the foam. If you are having trouble with the light never going off when a passenger is in the seat, the switch is not making contact. If you want the light off permanently, pull the 2 wire connector, and short the terminals together.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago | 17 views

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Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago | 19 views

I think this means the starter is gone

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago | 17 views

o reset the system, first make sure the tire pressures are correct. Turn the engine on, then press and hold the reset button. You'll find it low and to the right of the steering wheel on the instrument panel. Hold the button down until the TPMSindicator light in the instrument panel blinks slowly 3 three times.

2013 Dodge... | Answered 5 hours ago | 133 views

Maybe you are actually running out of fuel ,gas gauge is showing 1/4 of a tank when it is really almost empty . Would not have anything to do with the fuel filter , if it did it would happen when full also .

2002 GMC Envoy | Answered 5 hours ago | 92 views

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Cars & Trucks | Answered 5 hours ago | 19 views

The service and repair manual will help you step by step to locate and fix the problem on your own easily and you will get the manual from the given link

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