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Sounds like the clutch on the fan isnt working see if the fan on the front of the motor spins freely in both directions. It shouldfeel tight and not sloppy. and when you start the motor does it spin. Have some one start the motor and watch the fan for wobbeling or looseness. Dont touch it while the motor is on. Google fan clutch and it will also explain it. Also Thermostats are not always good off the shelf you can take the thermostat and put it in a pan of water with a thermometer and watch to see when it opens if it opens. I would start there because it sounds like you've done most everything. They also make cooler thermostats

Saturn Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago


Follow this link it should be whay your looking for
https://www.autozone.com/repairguides/Subaru-Car-1998-05/Specifications/Torque-Specifications/_/P-0996b43f8037a924

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Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


Can you place it on Neutral? If you can, do it and have your truck towed to service with the manufacturer/dealer. The most probable cause of your problem is that the selector fork in the gearbox has suffered wear from use or it's a factory malfunction. Also check the gearbox's oil level, if it's too low, it can also cause the gears to jam. In any case, don't drive the car until the problem has been solved, or else you could end up with a bigger bill to pay.

2005 Mitsubishi... | Answered 4 hours ago


Don't know what type of car but there are usually specially made spanners to get at "hidden" bolts etc. See if there is space and you may be able to bend / modify a spanner to suit.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 5 hours ago


Electric fans usually have an electric thermostat which switches the fan on when it gets hot. Most cars will turn these off when you turn off the car but some don't. You may have to check the Owners book or a service book to see where the thermostat is for your car. It wont be the thermostat which controls the water flow, it will be separately mounted. Some are located in the fuse box as it gets a signal from a sensor on the engine.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 6 hours ago


Make sure there is power to the starter solenoid when you turn the key. You may have to get someone to try to start the car whilst you check for power at the solenoid with a meter. Should be 12 volts DC.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered 6 hours ago


Try a Mercedes Parts Dealer. You might have to see your bank Manager first. I would imagine the part wont be cheap.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered 6 hours ago


There should be 2 wires connected to the defrost element. You will need a meter which measures 12 volt DC. When you turn on the defrost, it should measure 12 volts DC across these 2 wires. If there is no voltage, you have a power supply fault. Broken wire of switch. If voltage is there, then there will be a break in the defrost element. These can be repaired. There is a special type of glue / repair kit that can be purchased from most Auto part stores.

Dodge Durango... | Answered 6 hours ago


Inda torque in my 94 cadillac el dorado

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered 7 hours ago


I HAVE 94 cadi i ned torque numbers plise

Cadillac DeVille... | Answered 7 hours ago

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