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If you don't have a "spare", or second vehicle, yes, that's the way it's done. You just have to "bite the bullet" and deal with it. Some dealerships have vehicles they may let you use until yours is repaired IF they are doing the repairs. This sometimes is policy, other times it depends on how your relationship with said dealer is. And the faster they get your vehicle done, the sooner they get the loaner back.
Posted on Feb 15, 2019
All I can suggest is you 'carefully' read through the original motorplan small print as that is where you'll find what benefits your entitled to.
Posted on Feb 15, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have to replace the fuel filter, the fuel pressure regulator or the fuel pump.
First I would check the fuel pressure and also check for leaks. If there are no leaks and the pressure is fine than your fuel injectors are probably clogged or you may have an ignition problem or even a compression problem.
If you don't have good pressure and there are no leaks I would first replace the fuel filter or the fuel pressure regulator. If problem still exists I would then check and replace the fuel pump.
If you need any help in any one of these procedures just post it and I will give you step by step instructions.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: AirbAg light Stays on! faulty!
I had the same thing happen to my 2002 Ford Escape. It would blink for a couple of minutes and then stay on everytime I turned on the car. A friend of mine who was mechanic thought it might be the airbag sensor connector under the driver's seat. In my case, that's exactly what it turned out to be.
Try this and see if it fixes your problem. It worked for me....
Check under your driver's seat. There will be a connector underneath. Unplug it and check both connections (the car is off of course). Over time they get corroded and dirty. I took a cotton swab and cleaned out the prongs within the plug. Bend them just a tiny bit so that when you reconnect them, the prongs will have better contact. After you reconnect them, turn on your car and hopefully it took care of your problem. My problem hasn't come back ever since.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
so it takes some Pin pullers, or a litlte bit of messing around witth proper sized (heavy duty) bolt to pull the pins, i cannot seem to find the timing marks on mine once i got it offand want to put back on, i have a chilton and it doesnt help. if you buy the 100 -200 dolar shop manual from bentley it would probably be quite simple :)
pull, pins, timing cover, water pump, solenoid, etc. to get to timing cover, uppe and lower,pull valve cover, and loosen cam (exhaust side) to get chain off. :)
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
1. Lock doors via key on Driver's door.2. Disconnect battery.3. Wait a couple minutes to let remaining voltage leak out of system.4. Reconnect battery.5. Unlock doors via key on Driver's door.
Posted on Mar 27, 2012
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