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My windshield wipers on a
A couple of DIY things come to mind..
1, make sure you have a good ground connection from the battery to car ie not corroded, clean good connection both ends.
2. The ICU (integrated control unit) is failing or has some corrosion on the connectors. It's on the back of the fuse box.
•Intermittent Wiper Control Circuit
•Side Marker Flasher Circuit
•Seat Belt/Key-in Beeper Circuit
•Lights-on Reminder Circuit
•Low Oil Pressure Flasher Circuit
•Rear Window Defogger Timer Circuit
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on Mar 05, 2018
My 2007 Honda accord coupe won't start. Has power
I don't know yor model but on my Toyota in order to start the car I had to press breaks. Once car didn't start, I found that there is switch connected to break pedal and rubber tip broke of the switch and it didn't sense that breaks are depressed and prevented me from starting the car. There is possibility that similar safety is used in your car.
on Mar 03, 2018
I need to replace the
Each car is slightly different, but behind the head light, under the bonnet, there will most likely be toggles that you need to push in that will release the lock, and you can then pull it out. It will take a bit of strength and wiggling, but once you do one, they other will be pretty straight forward.
on Feb 01, 2018
Hi have an old 1996
Some times this job is just patience and persistence. Make sure you've got all the body panels, sections of wiring harness etc out of the way to make it easier.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY!!!
Starters use VERY HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect the wires from the starter. NOTE these terminals can snap if your too rough.
remove the two mounting bolts at the end nearest to you.
The motor should slide out. If not wriggle it and GENTLY lever it side to side. It should drop out.
on Jan 12, 2018
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