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Purchased this car Nov 2016 for my son. Everything worked fine. Car has 35K miles on it. Last night I used the car and noticed the fog light switch DID turn on the fog lights, however the green indicator on the switch didn't light. I cycled the switch a few times and the light came on. When I reached my destination I turned the car off. When returning to and starting the car, the lighted switch didnt' light again (but the fig lights came on). Cycling the switch didnt' make the green indicator lights come on this or any other time since it worked that one time.
But in the last few years it feels like the car is bottoming out and the tires r gonna fall off when I hit a pothole or go over rr trax. No rattling or shaking or bouncing. Could it b just coils or do I need everything?
But in the last few years it feels like the car is bottoming out and the tires r gonna fall off when I hit a pothole! No rattling or shaking or bouncing. Could it b just coils or do I need everything?
The rear lights are on without me turning them on, this problem just started, I notice this strange problem I turn on full lights and turnoff but back still on. I disconnect battery but still did not fix problem.
I have added fog lights to my car and they are not connected to the problem but I changed the switch for the lights and it was not that either. But the mechanic said it could be the radio or A/C switches that I would need to change. So I am unable to drive my car at night due to not have my back lights work and the ability to see my dashboard at night. But I just need to see if someone also had the same problem and how much it would cost? Thanks so much in advance.
I am a healthy, intelligent man with over 60 years of owning and driving manual
shift cars exclusively (except for loaners). After buying my 2005 Acura RSX new at Curry Acura in Scarsdale, NY, my clutch started slipping, and "needed replace-
ment" at about 15,000 miles; then at about 30,000 miles, then at 44,000 miles, and now, unbelievably, at 47,000 miles. I have never had any slipping clutch in any previous car. I don't ride the clutch, and I don't make jackrabbit starts. I press the pedal all the way, to shift gears and to coast when appropriate.
It has been on for about a month. when ever a light comes on well check the code and then have to try four or five sensors before we stumble on the correct "bad" sensor.
Does my compressor need replacing?
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