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swaped coils and plugs and done compression swapped injectors fuel trims indicate ignition miss in cyl 2 and 6 more on 2 than 6 its only affecting bank 2 o2 switching both banks seems to stumble cold but run good for few minutes till computer has to start adding and subtracting fuel then it starts miss fire not imediaetly like it has to heat sink its self to start missing swapped parts and problem stayed in them cyl.
I know that daytime running lights will always be on when you have it on auto, however I want some interior LEDs to turn on at night when the gauge lights turn on. Is the tail light fuse a good fuse to use to carry a 12V current to the LEDs (24. 10A Tail Light) ? Or a Stop Light fuse (23. 15A Stop)? Maybe I can use a meter illumination wire or use the negative dimmer wire from the dimmer wheel at the left of the steering wheel. I just want the LEDs to turn on with the gauges when the van detects the darkness outside at night (or in a garage or parking lot).
Can't seem to locate them. Code p0750 &p0755
Was quoted 280$ for new ignition switch. Bought an OE switch and key from parts store. Car won't start. Was told the key needed to be relearned?
Can I pop out inside liner from inside?
Sludge buildup has caused the engine to overuse oil, and now a valve is bad, so it can't pass inspection again. The van is in otherwise fine shape. If I try to sell it, I'd like to know what is a reasonable price to ask for someone willing to take on the work or expense of replacing the engine.
2000 Sienna bought new 134k miles. Never used oil until last oil change then had to add 2 quarts of oil 2 times. No evidence of leakage. What's going on?
Am in Nigeria and want a reliable mechanic
happens intermittently but it is daily
there is nothing wrong with my car - I just haven't had a tune up since I've had it. what should be done in a tune up
I made a quick stop to the store and now the car will not start. If I let it sit for awhile the car will start. The weather is hot (over 100 degrees).