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Lake Charles, LA
There is a device in the key hole that's called the tumbler and it may be stuck and not want to release the key. There should be a pin hole under the steering housing that is used to take the whole key ignition out with the key sill inserted in the ignition. May need to use a paper clip to push the button under steering housing to release the key and cylinder.
Did you check the fuzes to see if any of them have popped? If not that may be the problem or it could be that one of your oxygen sensors may be bad.
In my opinion, I do not think you really need it. Its just there to water or other liquids that you may pass over from splashing into the engine compartment and other parts under the hood. I don't have my splash guard on my vehicle cause it was damaged and I'm not having any problems with it being off.
Well from what your saying here looks like you need another blower motor. The blower motor is located under the dash rite under the glove conpartment. Ther are three screws that hold it in place. The blower motor housing is circular like a disc and is secured by three screws.
Where are the rear a/c fans on my van located. The only fans i see are the ones that are in the front by the radiator. Some one help me out with the rear fan loctions?
Ok there a rumbling noise in the front passenger side of the car. I kept the car running and popped up the hood but didn't here the noise on the outside of the car. You can only here the noise inside the car. I checked all my pulleys and all the wheels are on wit no play on them. I check the compressor clutch and thats fine too. Now the car only make the noise when the car is ideling. Wheb i put the van in gear and apply gas to it the rumbling stops suddenly and starts to do it again if im at a stop sign or a red light. Can someone help me with this situation please?
Well I have a 1984 culass supreme and I recently changed the fuse for my tail lights. The tail lights are working fine now but the brake lights stopped working after I changes my tail light fuse. I need help with this. What could be the problem?
Sounds like the engine pistons may have locked up. Does it still turnover when you try to crank it and are ur spark plugs in their correct position?
Yea there is a reset button. It should be located in the trunk on the right side of the trunk wall behind the interior carpret.
My cruze control is not working no matter how fast I going. The lights on the steering wheel do not come on when I put panle lights on. I checked all fuzes under the hood and under the dash. What could be the problem? Need help.
Well I just had a problem with this. I found out that my water pump propellers were corroded away and was causing water to boil or overflow out the reservoir and was also making the car over heat within a few minutes after it warmed up. I'd check the water pump or you can flush out your water lines, radiator, and heating coil and then see if it boils or overflow again. If it does check the water pump to see if the propellers are'nt corroded away. That just may be your problem, it was mine.
U may want to go to a ford repair shop. It sounds like your vent door is stuck in one position or the lil electric motor has done it time and its time to get another one. turn your car on and lisen by the dash. Turn the control knod that turns on the a/c. Now turn the controll knob to all the other settings and listen to see if you hear somthing like a door moving behind the dash. If you dont hear anything behind the dash you need a new vent door motor.
It sounds like your vent door under the dash is not operating rite. Tur the knob and listen by your dash to see if hear the door moving when you change the setting. If u dont hear anything moving behind there the vent door may be jammed or your control switch is not good. Do that and let me know your results.
My car kiss when I put it in gear but when I try cranking it a second time it starts up but it kinda jerks for a lil while then it operates normal after I drive it for like 5 or 7 minutes. Can someone help me with this?
The van starts to run hot when at a stand-still but when I start to move again it goes down and stops at about 210. If I stop again it starts to go up. The fans to kick on but they come on late when its closer to running hot. Whats going on with it running hot?
Can the water pump propeler be loos on its shaft and still be circulating the water? Or if theres build in the pump or on the propeler not circulate the water correctly.
Its starts to run a lil hot and the engine has a lil sputter to it when at a stand-still like the van may want to turn off but it doesnt. It takes a lil while to run hot but when it starts it tries to.
I have a 1997 ford taurus GL. It started running hot when i was done changing the head gaskets. I did a test to ckeck and see if there was a pressure leak from the cylinder heads in to the coolant channels, there was none. I flushed out the radiator and heating core and engine block. I have a new thermostat i put on but even with it installed or uninstalled my coolant still over flow in to exspansion tank. The coolant runs real good through the radiator and lines and my water pump dosnt leak and is operating properly. The car still runs hot thow and overflows with coolant. The radiator has been sprayed in its vents and my coolant fan come on at the rite time. I really need some help with this.
Well from what I can see your having an power steering problem. U may not have to replace your pump, its could be that you have air in the lines. Heres what I did. 1) Start the engine. Using the line wrench, break the high-pressure line loose at the steering gear. If you are not sure which line is the high side, look at the power steering pump. The highest line that is held in by a flare nut is the high-pressure line. The lowest line is held in with a hose clamp and is the return line or low-pressure line. 2) Run the engine and slowly open the high pressure fitting on the steering gear just until the fluid starts running out. Stop there and hold it open until nothing but fluid is coming out. Tighten the fitting. 3) Fill the power steering reservoir as needed. Turn the steering wheel lock to lock in both directions several times in order to bleed the remaining air out of the system. After this is done fill the reservoir once more. 4) Add some power steering conditioner to the power steering fluid in the pump reservoir. This helps lubricate the seals and prevent leaks. It will also quiet down some power steering pumps, depending on how bad the valve is.
Well I put coolant in it and crank it up. Then like 8 minutes later coolant starts coming out the exspansion tank. I tried running the car with and without the thermostat and tried straight coolant then straight water but it still overflows and starts to run hot. Can someone help me out with this?