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Smile Problem solved. With the resistor card plugged in...

Problem solved. With the resistor card plugged in to the wiring harness all legs did have continuity to ground. I could not get the plug to come off the resistor card. Looking carefully at the plug...
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Are you talking about the entire panel that goes...

Are you talking about the entire panel that goes from the dash to the transmission hump? I believe there are a couple of screws at the bottom of this panel. I do not see any screws at the top of this...
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2002 Dodge Dakota HVAC blower problem

The blower will not run on any speed. Fuses are ok. Bolwer runs when I put 12v to it. I checked the 2 prong connector coming to the blower. One terminal lights a test light. The other does not have...
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Posted By car nut

Don't forget other coolant hoses. You have at...

Don't forget other coolant hoses. You have at least 2 heater hoses and possibly other coolant hoses such as by pass hoses, throttle body hoses etc. My son's Honda Prelude had 12 coolant hoses total....
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Posted By car nut

To the top.

To the top.
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Posted By car nut

Thanks for the reply. Do you know if this...

Thanks for the reply.

Do you know if this car has a speedometer cable or if it has a speed sensor? If it has a cable I can check it out. Often the cable just needs to be lubed.

I assumed it...
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Posted By car nut

Tercell speedometer problem

1995 Toyota Tercell 200,000 miles.
Now that the weather has gotten colder below 30 degrees or so, the speedometer has become eratic. When traveling at normal highway speeds it has shown up to 100...
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Posted By car nut

This will not work on all cars but if it will...

This will not work on all cars but if it will work on yours it is slick. First verify that the belt is timed correctly. Like carguyinva said sometimes the angle you are looking from makes the marks...
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You can clear the check engine light that way on...

You can clear the check engine light that way on GM products with OBD II, so I would be suprised if it would not also work on a Ford. I certainly could be wrong. :o

He already pulled the code.??
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Posted By car nut

Thanks for the help. You are right. The check...

Thanks for the help. You are right. The check valve must be intermittent. Because I checked it a few days ago and it worked fine. :thinker: I decided to check it again tonight after I posted and it...
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Posted By car nut

Take the negative cable off the battery for a few...

Take the negative cable off the battery for a few minutes. Then put it back on. That should clear the check engine light. If the problem is still there the light will come back on.;)
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Posted By car nut

1992 Dodge Dakota Air Cond. problem

!992 Dodge Dakota pickup
4 wheel drive automatic transmission 3.9 V6

The air conditioner works but when you accelerate the air stops coming out of the dash vents and comes out of the defroster...
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Posted By car nut

No sizziling. Any Honda Prelude experts here?:)

No sizziling. Any Honda Prelude experts here?:)
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Posted By car nut

check out www.hondahookup.com under manuals for...

check out www.hondahookup.com under manuals for the factory manual. There is a trouble shooting guide in there.:)
It is toward he bottom of the list.;)
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Posted By car nut

Thanks for the replys. I am having a hard time...

Thanks for the replys. I am having a hard time beleiving a head gasket would go bad and distribute antifreeze evenly to all cylinders, which appears to be what is happening.

I know there are...
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Posted By car nut

93 Prelude SI using antifreeze. Help!

My son's 155,000 mile 93 SI has gradually been using more & more antifreeze. It recently went through a quart in 600 miles. I have thouroughly inspected for leaks and can find none. Water pump is...
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Posted By car nut

Yes as they said no dip stick. The guy who...

Yes as they said no dip stick. The guy who designed it is the DIPSTICK!!!

The vehicle must be level to check. Look in the owner's manual, but I believe it must be at operatng temp. to check. What...
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Posted By car nut

There is a product called seafoam. Also General...

There is a product called seafoam. Also General Motors dealers have a product just for the purpose you describe. I understand it works very well. I do not remember the name but the parts person...
06-24-05, 06:59 PM
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Posted By car nut

Thank you for the reply. I would like to remove...

Thank you for the reply. I would like to remove the old paper instead of trying to paint over it. Is there any way to get the pld paper off?
06-23-05, 04:57 PM
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Posted By car nut

Where did my wallpaper removal question go?

I posted a question a few days ago. It has disappeared and I did not get a reply. Can someone tell me where it went please?

Thank you.
06-22-05, 12:58 PM
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Posted By car nut

Wallpaper removal help please.

Home built in 1970. The wallpaper was applied directly to the sheet rock.

The wallpaper has a fairly slick surface. I have used a paper tiger to perforate the paper. I have tried DIF liquid...
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Posted By car nut

You are correct. When the solenoid energizes, the...

You are correct. When the solenoid energizes, the plunger pushes the starter drive into the flywheel. When the plunger gets to the end of it's travel and the starter gear is meshed with the flywheel...
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Posted By car nut

A good feature to have but if the carwash guys...

A good feature to have but if the carwash guys were yelling at him you can bet his car does not have it. :(
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Posted By car nut

Thanks for the reply. Not what I wanted to hear...

Thanks for the reply. Not what I wanted to hear but at least I know what I am up against. Can the broken piece be repaired, is it a replacement item or do you need to buy a new actuator?
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Posted By car nut

You will be fine just don't make a habit of it....

You will be fine just don't make a habit of it. If done enough it will tear up the teeth on the flywheel and the flywheel will have to be replaced. :wall:

Get in the habit of looking at the tach...
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