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I don't know however Australian Ford Forums has a lot of info. Look them up on the internet. Its free to join.

Ford Ranger Cars... | Answered 9 hours ago

Have a close look for small grub screws or screws hidden behind a cover or plug. Most gearshift knobs have them.

Mercury Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

Try to find what caused failure module to burn.
Like a short circuit in the wiring that does the tail lights
Try Tracing wires under door floor trims
and under the back seat

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

Screws are hidden behind a panel on the armrest. The others are at the bottom behind plugs. Go to Australian Ford Forums on the internet. Full of relevant info and its free to join.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

If its a manual, there is a switch on the clutch lever which prevents you starting without the clutch being depressed. Not sure if its an auto.

Hyundai Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

Possible failure in thermostat. Might require replacement of coil. Check with dealer. Check what services are due in manual.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

Should be at the rear of the fridge probably behind the panel at the bottom. It will be at either side on the base or directly above the compressor. Don't try and pull it out, there are usually condenser pipes located inside it. Use an old towel or something to soak up the water. The machine is supposed to dry the pan out itself.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

The thermostat is probably not opening or the water pump is not turning. Don't keep driving it like that, you will cook the engine.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

The last couple of times I have seen this complaint, the "Lock" button on the master (driver's door) switch had been depressed. Unlatching the lock button (pushing it again) solved the problem. On most cars, when the lock button is depressed, the windows can still be operated by the driver, but prevent the windows from being operated by the passengers. Toyota is different. If the lock button is depressed, nobody, including the driver can work the wndows.

2006 Toyota... | Answered 10 hours ago

TBH, I wouldn't have a clue but suggest that something hasn't gone back correctly or been left off?

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

My starter motor pinion used to cause that problem. Used to make a hell of a bang and sound like the engine had seized. Removed and serviced the starter and its been good ever since. Mine is a 94 evo

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

The Vauxhall Astra ABS warning light will illuminate yellow for a few seconds after the ignition has been started to self-check. The system will be operational when the light extinguishes. If the ABS light does not extinguish after starting the car or comes on whilst driving, this signifies a fault with the ABS system. Brakes will still operate although stability may be compromised on certain road surfaces. Take it to your mechanic to see if it needs to be serviced.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

My Friend had an older Mitsubishi and every time she went over 80 kms /ph , an alarm would sound. We eventually found a setting on the dash which can change where you want to set the speed alarm. Perhaps your car has one that flashes up "slow down" and maybe reduces engine power down the speed that its set on ??? Just a guess but it may help you.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered 11 hours ago

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