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belt not broke, pulley sheared from cranksaft
I can hear the motor work and the window goes down about 1/8 of an inch. It doesn't matter which switch is being used (either the drivers side switch or the switch on the passenger door).
I can feel a click in the cruise control module when it is turned on and there is vacuum to it. The only othing would be the pick up. Where is it?
cant seem to get any spark from coil to distrubuter
What do i have to do to get to the spark plugs in order to change them
where is it located on this car?
do i need any additional parts other then the filter?
My doors autolock by themselves while im driving,continuously? what is it that?
Just recently, the dual switch for the front power windows started working intermittently, and now doesn't work at all. I checked the main fuse behind the center console -- O.K. The passenger side power window switch works fine for that window, but the driver's side window won't roll up at all. Any ideas?

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when it gets warm
Factory stock radio. Checked and changed out fuse in inside fuse box. When I first turned it on, it worked then suddenly stopped playing the station it was tuned to and just made a static noise. When I tried to turn it off, it would not turn off, just continued to make static sound through speakers. For a while, it worked intermittently but now does not at all. Could it be a bad ground? I heard about other "fuse boxes", 2 of them, in other locations on the vehicle but don't know where they are. Would like to know that too as I have some other issues that I just haven't had the time to check into yet. Thanks much for any help!
Having problems locating the OBD port on this van.
We have looked and can not locate the OBD port.
after putting 12v to temp sensor engine stalled then turned off
engin shut off after i put 12v to temperatur sensor
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