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Rpclements

Albuquerque, NM

45/M


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P1582 Idling Speed Regulation Adaptation Limit Reached There are several items that can cause this fault code to pop up, one being a vacuum leak, loose timing belt, dirty throttle body, or faulty MAF. The most common cause is a dirty throttle body, you can clean it out by removing and using an air intake cleaner. Once you reinstall, you will need to do a capacitor discharge to clear out the learned value. Disconnect the battery cables, negative first then positive, while they are both off, touch them together, this will cause a complete reboot once you reconnect them. You need to reconnect them positive first then negative. Then clear out any fault codes and drive the vehicle for a short time to verify the codes don't come back.


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Sounds like you need to get compression checked on #2 cylinder.


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I'd just replace coolant temp sensor. Part only around 9 bucks at your local autoparts store.


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P0155 02 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 Sensor 1) Replace o2 sensor- drivers side right near manifold.


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I'd replace crankshaft position sensor next.


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Very doubtful. Your fuel pump is a complete module assembly and just sits on top of fuel tank. At first was thinking possible fuel pressure regulator but i think it's in tank with your module assembly so would have also been new when replaced. Is there a check engine light on? I've noticed these motors have big problem with their camshaft sensors.


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Replace bulbs first- most bulbs do both functions (and directionals) so more than likely just blew out the filament for brake. If that doesn't fix then replace your brake light switch. Oh if you have a 3rd brake light up top and works for brakes than no problems with brake switch.


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If leak was at output shaft seal where axle goes into transmission- yes you should have seen leak on garage floor but If leak was coming from boot areas, whereas you had a tear in axle boot- you wouldn't see anything on floor you'd just see alot of grease back behind axle.


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Yeah that's low miles for that car. Maybe something serious but what weight of oil you use? Put piece of cardboard under car at night and see if you have a leak that your weren't noticing before. If so look carefully above where leak is.


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Check out this- Maybe this will help! http://forum.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic.php?t=9058&highlight=glow+gauge


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