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Limp Mode is the Engine protecting itself as one of the engine sensors has found a fault listed as serious. Are there any warning lights showing on the dashboard?
You will need to get it plugged into a Diagnostic System or an OBD2 scanner to find out if there are any trouble/error codes. This will guide you to what the possible problem is.
Most garages and dealerships will charge for this but you can buy simple and basic OBD2 scanners online.
Please comment below if you need anymore help or how to translate the trouble codes.

Volkswagen Cars... | 342 views | 1 helpful votes

You would better served if you changed all of them, they are the same age.

Lexus Cars &... | 412 views | 1 helpful votes

Have you tried setting the time on your clock? Owners manual should walk you thru the steps.

Chevrolet... | 376 views | 2 helpful votes

If I remember right, your car does not have a trans filter. I'm pretty sure it has a particulate screen to catch contaminates that can be cleaned and re-used. But your fluid needs flushed and replaced. Do not have it flushed with a circulator pump as this will push all of your seals out. Just drain and refill your system 3 times driving it a short distance between changes. On your 2nd change, I add a bottle of Trans-X and drive about 100 miles before your last change. This usually takes care of the issue. If not, it is time to seek a transmission shop.

Volvo Cars &... | 196 views | 1 helpful votes

It appears to be number 3 in the picture. It looks like you have to remove air intake. I don't have removal procedure.

Ford Cars &... | 148 views | 1 helpful votes

How do I change the weather from Fahrenheit to Celsius on my Fitbit versa? To change the units used for the temperature in the Weather app:
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap or click the Account icon > Advanced Settings > Units.
  2. In the Length section, select a different measurement. ...
  3. Sync your watch and then open the Weather app on your watch to see the updated units.

Cars & Trucks | 174 views | 1 helpful votes

P0332 = Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor/engine speed (RPM) sensor - no signal.
The sensor monitoring the RPM's of the engine isn't communicating with the vehicle's ECU, (brain). This could explain the difficulty starting the engine.

2009 Volkswagen... | 301 views | 1 helpful votes

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Cars & Trucks | 581 views | 0 helpful votes

I take help from online websites that have this service like helping in repair some like reliable-store have instant help.. others are a bit slow which I don't prefer... rest is up to u.. U can also get free manuals

Cadillac Cars &... | 328 views | 2 helpful votes

If you have a voltmeter, with the car running check the voltage across the battery posts. It should be around 13.8. If it’s 12 volts or less, even tho your alternator tests out good, it’s not charging the battery and the car will run off the battery until it drains the battery. I’d check the wires coming from your alternator to make sure they have a good connection and not broken and I’d check your fuse box for a blown fuse as well assuming you don’t have a radio or amplifier or something else wires up that stays on all the time. Some alternators are 1 wire and it usually has a wire going directly to the positive battery cable. Also could have a bad fusible link

Chevrolet Cars &... | 260 views | 1 helpful votes


Brake lubricant, why it's important to use the correct type

When replacing brake pads and rotors. Make sure to use the correct lubricant in the correct location. Slide pins should always be lubricated with a synthetic/silicon brake lubricant. Never ever use Anti-seize on slide pins, or anything rubber for that matter. Anti-seize will cause rubber to swell and cause slide pins to seize in the caliper brackets. Using any kind of lubricate formulated for brakes will prevent unnecessary repairs down the road.

You may use Anti-seize on any other metal to metal contact point. This means brake hardware that contacts the brake pad, the back of the pad where it meets the caliper piston and fingers, the hub face that meets the back of the rotor hat, and the pilot whole where the wheel centers itself.

Keep these tips in mind the next time you replace your pads and rotors and you will be on the road to success! Until next time, happy driving!

If you have any questions or need help while replacing your brake pads, trust a professional! Please feel free to contact me for advice on your current or next repair. Follow this link to contact me directly:

on Mar 01, 2019 | Cars & Trucks

you can get guide from many sites.. i know few
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2004 Audi A4 | 390 views | 1 helpful votes

Check your voltage with power vehicle (place key to run.), If the batteries are draining down overnight it is time to replace BOTH Batteries. If one is failing it will draw down the other. if you have to charge battery more than once it is time to replace. Yes the price will grab you wing wang and make you squeak.

Ford F-250 Cars... | 294 views | 4 helpful votes

Yes, it should show a code and is more serious than a steady check engine light. A blinking CEL usually indicates that your vehicle's engine is misfiring, which could severely damage your catalytic converters. ...Engine misfire is a severe condition that requires immediate attention to avoid expensive repairs or even a car fire! You should stop driving and seek immediate repair.

Cars & Trucks | 343 views | 1 helpful votes

2nd try.

  • Fuel pressure is good.
  • Test lamp show VCM is commanding injectors to open.

So your thought is the common side of the injectors are not powered. I believe this is the correct schematic for a '97 suburban.
There is the ECM1 fuse but hard to believe that fuse is blown, check it anyway.


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How to change a battery on a Chevrolet pickup

Chevrolet Key Fob Remote Battery Replacement
  1. Insert flathead screwdriver into a small slot on the side of the key fob and twist to open.
  2. Slide out the current battery, and replace it with a new CR2032 button cell battery, paying attention to the positive side.
  3. Press the key fob back together, and all should be set!

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on Apr 05, 2019 | Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

Do you know how to read a wiring diagram an use a DVOM - digital volt ohmmeter to test battery power an ground to the instrument cluster ? Do you have a professional scan tool to check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes in all modules on the vehicle ? If not , your best bet mite be to have a qualified repair shop check it out .

2007 Chevrolet... | 267 views | 1 helpful votes

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