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I started the car and idled about two minutes with the air condition running when I heard it blow out. I checked underneath the hood and the high pressure-side fitting had been blown apart at the condenser. Any ideas on why this happened and how to fix it?

My headlights were working on and off and I read that there was a recall on the LCM. I was holding in the turn signal lever and the lights would stay on, however the day before I brought the car in to change the LCM the lights did not work at all. I had the LCM changed and the lights still don't work.

my check engine light came on; I replaced gas cap (vapor link?); after some time being on, one day it goes off; the other day it comes back on; it has oil; car runs fine, no performance issues

The oil light comes on ehen I stop but comes off as the car starts moving

I put my car in drive it goes in reverse

When I start the car, the blower kicks on immediately and won't turn off, even if temp controls are off. I can adjust speed of fan, switch from heat to cool, etc... the blower just stays on.

I tried to start my car and it won't. I bought a new battery because the old one was bad but now it's not wanting to turn over. It's been sitting for a few weeks in some cold weather with low gas and I think the gas lines may be froze or my pump has failed. Any thoughts?

No crank no start just a clicking noise from starter once it starts it's fine till the next day

I have done everything under the sun but still get only warm. Thinking or going to change control valve to get more heat. The A/C condenser is white cold. I know it's to be cold but so cold it is frosted over?

What tools to use, basically what do I need to do. I get no signal through the radio, the car wash ripped it off. I have a new one, just want to do things right without breaking anything.

flushed heater core seems to flow normal. Cannot get warm air at any time, unless drive 50 miles. then get a little heat "HELP"