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It's that time of year up here, where everything is getting colder and you'd want a nice warm rig to get in to when you get out side. here's my problem: i replaced my thermostat, everything works great in the summer, but around fall/winter my rig just doesn't want to blow hot air. it will just get by on defrosting the windows but wont warm up the whole car. blower works just fine, just not hot air. heats up great during the summer to the point where i drive around with the windows down almost all the time. is it the heater core? are my resistors shot?
So here's my problem... i parked on a hill, engaged the E-brake, and on the return trip... forgot to disengage the brake. Now the brake is fused, and im looking for the easiest, cost efficient way to release the tension on the cable. as of late, i've been rather tight on cash so the whole "do it yourself" routine has been my thing. is this possible?
i have a '99 durango. when im stopped or slowing to stop, the "check gauges" light will come on, my oil pressure needle will drop to the negative. BUT the truck remains on, my RPMs remain normal, and the needle will jump back up reading normal pressure after about 3-5 seconds. my check engine light has been on for a while, i took it in and used one of the code readers to figure out what was going on. had something to do with an LDP. the mechanic there said it was either a problem code or something else. what do i do?