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The codes p0452 and p0463 refer to the fuel sender unit. There may be a wiring problem and the gauge is not working properly.
p0128 indicates that the engine is running too cold. Possible stuck thermostat in open position. This would cause the engine to run a richer fuel mixture.

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How do you know there is no signal to injectors? If you verified this is true, then you may have a driver circuit problem in the ECM. If not and you have the injectors being pulled to ground but they are not firing, you could have plugged injectors.

Geo Storm Cars &... | 213 views | 1 helpful votes


Use a good scan tool to monitor vehicle parameters when trying to start and when the vehicle is running,this should give you direction to the problem area.

Hyundai Santa Fe... | 209 views | 1 helpful votes


Rod is correct...any engine needs fire, fuel, air, and compression..I always start with fire, if you have it then move on to fuel...95% of the time the problem will lay in those two. Once you figure out what it isn't getting, then work on why. Newer cars have a lot of computorized stuff that require specialized equipment and knowledge.

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Make sure that the transmission is in park or neutral. Possible to have a bad neutral safety switch.

Lexus ES 300... | 161 views | 1 helpful votes


Should be tucked up under where the package tray would be behind the trim at the front of the trunk space.

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Online at manufacturers website .

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Check your dashboard display heat setting.

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The crankshaft position sensor, #15
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Did you replace belt?Is it tight enough?Do you have fusible links?Check alternator wiring,may need replacing.Check battery,old alternator could of made it bad.Check ground battery cable,follow it's other end that is screwed into block.Also check positive cable to starter.Did you have the old alternator tested?Unlikely new alternator is bad.

Dodge Cars &... | 63 views | 4 helpful votes


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Brian’s answer seems right. Unless you’re getting the problem during the rain. One way to test for the heater core is to leave the heat off and see if you get any water. Leaving the heater switch off turns off the valve which sends water to your heater core.

Replacing a heater core is expensive because they have to remove the entire dashboard. It’s probably at least $1000+ job.

Not sure about the noise.

2006 Acura MDX... | 87 views | 1 helpful votes

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