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Well, if the Bees are all gone, then we just have A's and C's left. Not sure what this has to do with a car forum, but I am sure there must be a better place to post your question than here.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


This is referring to the O2 sensors in the exhaust system. I am assuming your engine is a V6 or a V8. I don't know what your vehicle is so this description is a basic one.
Stand in front of the vehicle. Find the belts and pulley wheels on the end of the engine. Stand with them nearest to you. Bank One is the Left hand side of the engine, Bank Two is the Right hand side.
There will be Two O2 sensors in each exhaust system fitted. Usually One left side and one right side on a V engine. Sensor One is before the catalytic converter and Sensor Two is after the catalytic converter.
You will need to safely get under the vehicle to find Sensor Two. Follow the exhaust system down from the engine to where it turns under the vehicle. It will be located after a wider section of exhaust. Looking towards the back of the vehicle, It will be on the left side underneath the vehicle. I have added an image as a rough guide for what to look for.
Some sensors can be removed with a spanner, (wrench), but others need a specialist socket to make access easier.
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Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


start with power test on both sides of the switch

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


If the ac system is low on freon then one side will work and the other will not. Check that first. Then there are the controls. One may be set colder that the other. And there could be a malfunction with the door actuators.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago


Problems could be in the steering or transmission. Do you feel the shutter in the steering wheel or the whole body of the car like the transmission? I am sending a forum about the Saturn transmission problems. See if it is what you are feeling. https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/9018/saturn/outlook/saturn-outlook-transmission-problems

Saturn Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago


Check fuel pressure regulator.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered 16 hours ago


It is your service interval indicator - basically meaning oil change coming up. Check owners manual to see how to display days and miles until it is required (cant remember that exactly, think you just hold the odo button while turning on ignition). To reset, hold the odometer button and turn on the ignition, then push the clock minute button and this should reset the indicator.

Volkswagen... | Answered 17 hours ago


it is your service interval indicator - basically meaning oil change coming up. Check owners manual to see how to display days and miles until it is required (cant remember that exactly, think you just hold the odo button while turning on ignition). To reset, hold the odometer button and turn on the ignition, then push the clock minute button and this should reset the indicator.

2008 Volkswagen... | Answered 17 hours ago


lubricate the latch. i can tell you that you dont want that fying open on the highway

GMC Yukon Denali... | Answered 17 hours ago


do you have an aux port on the front of the radio? otherwise the aux looks like it should work, but, it doesn't

Chevrolet... | Answered 17 hours ago


this is the security system light flashing to let you know it is active

2005 Chevrolet... | Answered 17 hours ago


check for spark and fuel.could have faulty ignition system.or fault in the fuel system.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 17 hours ago

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