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Both are necessary to start the engine, so charge them both.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Aug 22, 2016


Charge the battery to restore operation of trunk.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Mar 11, 2016


What kind of car are you working on? Most of the time the relay is in the command switch unless you have some form of temp sensor also your hi/lo pressure switch controls the a/c command

1999 Bentley... | Answered on May 27, 2015


The dipstick is situated on the left hand (looking in) rear of the engine bay.If it is not visible remove the left hand engine bay cover.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014


Look in the glove box. You will see on the left hand side 3 switches On relates to the electronic boot switch. Make sure it's turned on.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014


what is your question?

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Aug 04, 2014


yes it is a money pit ,like a jag or merc ,well any big car in fact --BUT WHAT A SUNDAY CAR

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014


Thsi is likely a problem inside the speedometer guage internally with the driven gears. They use drive motors to drive the needles inside. If it is pretty continuous then the speedometer is in trouble and will require a speedometer specialist to rebuild the unit or replacement of the unit.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014


sounds like one or two things could be a connector on the hydraulic damper at fault or edu, would go for damper first, dealer would throw on GDS 3000, to check which one at fault. the seal at the connectors fail or get dirt into them, have a look at all 4 first before dealer option. or it could be a damper faulty. The early cars did tend to have this failure at around the 100,000 mile mark during testing,hope this helps

1999 Bentley... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014


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1999 Bentley... | Answered on Jun 03, 2014


is latch already in closed position will not close see if you can insert key and turn to unlock
using a pick hook or scredriver to re open pawls in latch system
if all this is corect adjustment may be needed on latch system to catch

1999 Bentley... | Answered on May 24, 2014


On the hydro suspension system there are spheres which act as shock dampers. These are pumped up by the engine pump and run around 2400psi max.

As the wheels move up and down the 'ram' you would call the shock absorber displaces fluid into and out of the sphere/s. If these spheres are more than 6 years old, they go hard, because the nitrogen gas in them has leaked away. ( Gaseous Physics. They all do it. Nitrogen has a smaller molecual than the rubber trying to contain it.)

This nitrogen gas pushes a thick rubber diaphragm towards the hydraulic fluid acting as a spring. The small orifice the fluid has to pass through into and out of the sphere acts as a damper to the wheels movements up and down. A sensor on the axle/s keeps the pressure in the system at the correct ride hight.

You need new spheres if they have never been replaced.

1999 Bentley... | Answered on May 09, 2014


If just bouncy like riding in a wheel barrow, gas springs are the most likely fault.

If the rear is jacked up high then also look at the height control valve linkage in case it has become dislodged, damaged, moved. If not check the height control valve.

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1999 Bentley... | Answered on Apr 21, 2014

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