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Before new sensor car ran great light was driving me crazy now if maf sensor on it runs rich n cuts out take sensor off n it idles n runs fine again I'm on 292nd mechanic that does not have a clue codes only read maf sensor what to do
Only does it during left turns.
I tap the relay/circuit breaker to get it started , what's wrong?
Started fine and drove 5 min. Stopped and tried to take off it had no power. Slowly vebegan to regain powers as i gave it gas
This is about the fuel pump. I was wondering if the reset switch (or relay) is the same on the Navajo? I read it was on the passenger side behind the kicker panel?
it was slow but now it just stops
I have checked the reset switch and the relay and all other fuses, this truck was a gift I love it but had some major ploblems brakes, abs,clutch,4x4system,fuelpump,and plugs,and wires keep fouling out
it burns a lot of gas.
I am replacing the actuator motor which had been stolen. On the transfer case there are three wires coming out. Two are together and one by itself, all three next to the driveline. Where do they go?
someone changed my spark plug wires and i think they are wrong can i see a diagram
replaced the upper hose but still having over hot and no heat inside car
If my truck falls in that catergory of recalls can I still get it repaired at a dealership?
I just replaced fuel pump and found that there was wire shortage somewhere in my fuse panel. (haven't found where.) replaced the fuse that blew (EEC power) and was driving down the road and my truck shut off. Checked the fuse that blew and it was fine but truck wont star. Turn the key and you hear the fuel pump turn on. Turn the key and it cranks but it wont turn over. There's no spark at my plugs though. Looking for a way to find wiring problem and get my truck running again.
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