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WE hope to buy a car from Flickingers of York and we've bought a number from him before. He already does our repair work etc. This S60 only has 80,000 miles.
There is a p0103 code. How do I isolate the problem? Have replaced the MAF Sensor twice in the past 3 months. It's better for a short time but then returns to sluggish/stuttering on med to hard acceleration especially around 60 mph. No vacuum leaks that I can find.
anit skid warning reset how ?
get a engine high temperature message and gauge is showing hot, but no leakage of coolant and also checked coolant level, it is good. also fan motor running after turn engine off
checked coolant and also cranked and ran, not blowing any steam or running like it is overheating. fan is running after shutdown.
Noticed that my Engine goes off when I'm in a hold-up. What could be the likely cause and Resolution please
Not hot air is or any air at all is coming out of the car's vents.
Hi, please may I know what to do to correct my car from starting on all gear I.e drive and reverser
Tried every Torx bit out there. Thanks!
However the high beams, running and rear lights work but need to be turned off and on manually. I think I am going to be told this is a CEM gone bad but would like to hear from others if there is a way I can check for this so I don't pay more than I should.
I have a 2004 S60 with 135k on it and I have maintained it regularly, using independent shops in the Denver Area for large jobs requiring special tools and have also made several electrical system repairs to it myself.
This fall after changing the cabin air filter the climate system has a malfunction and will come on in the HOT defrost mode only. When the car is first powered up the blower will be full blast in the front defrost mode. I can turn the blower down but it still blows hot air through the defrost ports below the front windshield. It gets very hot in the cabin, so I am thankful it is winter.
I had lunch with a client whom owns a repair shop and he put a scan tool on it and it generated the following codes: CCM-000C Right Temperature Damper Motor, Signal too low, CCM-000F Damper Motor, Defroster, Signal too low.
We decided to re-set the system using the scan tool and following the re-set procedures then the system generated the following codes: CCM-000C Right Temperature Damper Motor, Fault, CCM-000F Damper Motor, Defroster, Fault.
So I could surely throw parts at this and replace the Damper Motors, but am curious if anyone has dealt with this issue and can comment if changing the motors solved the issue, or if there is another component that should be checked.
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