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does this light suppose to stay on and does it mean im in 4 wheel drive mode? Ive tried turning the knob at front left wheel hub but the light remains on but only when my headlights are on. daytime without headlights there is no light. vehicle in question is a 77 Chevy stepside K10.

The climate control button is not connected to anything so it just spins but the air conditioner works fine

it seems to only happen when it rains some times it also will not go into reverse

Vehicle is 4wd with a 5.7L Hemi engine with @32k miles

it has great fuel pressure. just put new ngk plugs in it. changed crank sensor recently. when we let engine dry out and clean plugs it starts fine. but will not start when plugs are wet.

The code I was given is, B223D ocm DTC present. what does this mean?

Rained heavy the other day and I really felt the engine missing, but it not not happen at all on yesterday.

There is a strong gas odor coming from the engine of my 2011 Nissan Juke. I can't seem to find the leak but I small gasoline coming in from the heater vents. In some cases its overwhelming. It's under warranty and I'm bringing it in to the dealer. Anyone else have this problem with their Nissan Juke?

I changed the t-stat but no difference. I'm thinking possibly a clog in the cooling system, and maybe a flush will work. Does this seem like it should work? Also, there is no leaking in the system.

'03 Silverado 5.3 V-8. Barely runs while driving through rain. Loses power, misfires, backfires. Simple tune-up, or something more needed?

Just had tune up 1 week ago

change all ignition parts and fuel flush but still codes po301,po300 cums back. car jerks and lose of power but not to bad...need help please

Is my trans a 4L60E??

when slowing down and depressing the clutch my car stalls and i have to restart it again. i sometimes will have to do this a few times. sometimes the lights will go dim and the car won't start again until i let it sit for about 10 minutes

I replaced the alternator. No voltage. I grounded the (-) field terminal to the alternator chasis and the alternator then produced voltage. The alternator stated it is internally regulated. However, I was informed that my D250 has an external voltage regulator. I cannot find it. If it does have an internal and external voltage regulator it seems like this would create large problems.
I have not been able to locate any shorts, or opens yet. Fuses seem to be good. I have had conflicting information about the SMEC/PCM. I have check engine light on. codes 12, 33, 35, and 41 via flash codes. Break light, check engine, mainenance required idicators are lit. Truck runs great on battery power.
I don't want to put a bunch of money into the vehicle. Any suggestions?? Thank you
Sincerely,

Jeff Mohler