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I want to disable the anti theft alarm,but I don't know hao to do it,please help.Thanks.
In extreme heat, high humidity, or vigorous exertion under the sun, the body may not be able to dissipate the heat http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
Maybe the car has fuel in it
Either a bad coil or bad fuel injectors. try switching coils with other cylinder and see if code changes. if yes, you got a bad coil, if not, you must change all 4 injectors, cause they will all go bad eventually. I've seen it. I was a Toyota technician. I have a 2000 Corolla with 140,000 miles that had P0300 and P0302 codes. I fixed it by replacing the original dirty fuel injectors with clean remanufactured injectors. Total cost for swapping injectors was $130. It is easy to do it yourself and the car now runs like it has a new engine. http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
Could be that the idle needs to be adjusted to a higher RPM. In fact, I am surprised they didn't do that at the dealership just so that they could say they tried something. Since your problem seems worst when it sits overnight, you might try dropping it off at the dealership the night before, if you haven't tried that already. That might help them reproduce it.Comp doesn't actually advertise or list how "loud" their cams are. We can get you technical specs if you'd like.http://www.lightdeal.co.uk
If a warning light comes on, or fails to extinguish after you've started the engine, stop as soon as possible in a safe place.http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
Is this a work thing or a game? If you're allowed to use the computer, do a search on the key words in the question. Or, you could check an encyclopedia or the dictionary.http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
The mass airflow sensor is attached to the air cleaner box under the hood, but its specific location varies from one model to the next. It may be inside or outside the air cleaner box and may be installed on any side. If you can't locate it by visually inspecting the air cleaner box inside and out, this according to your specific product brand.http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
Maybe the auxiliary drive or serpentine belt (not timing belt)being lose.http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
It could either mean your rotors are warped, or you have air in the brake lines. Either scenarios are not good. http://www.lightdeal.co.uk/
You can replace it.