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Follow the fuel vent line (comes from the fuel tank) to the engine,it will be on that line at the engine.

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We need more explication about your car. Is it automatic transmission if yes you have to check it if no you have a problem with chutch kit

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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

2015 Buick... | 89 views | 1 helpful votes


Actually, a new rear wiper module/motor is probably needed. The logic controller is on the motor so the entire motor has to be replaced. I believe the switch is on the center console and I think you will need to remove the outer trim to get at the switch. It may be a switch that just snaps in, so I would get a look at a new one before digging into the job.

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Sounds line an internal problem. First check the fuse for the radio. If it is alright, then take the radio in for repair or replacement.

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There are a lot of variations. Will need to know model and car manufacturer. There is a resource to find a manual.
I FOUND THIS WEB SITE that I think will help you with this question and a lot more. Since this web site will have access to many different vehicles I hope you do not feel like I am lazy by just passing along the web site instead of giving you the exact information you asked for.



Go to this site to find a manual to help you.
https://www.browsemanuals.co/lander_zrk65_test14.html?t1=1535071160&t2=65192170713&t3=kwd-28425796&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-oybpN624AIVwdVkCh2GtguWEAEYASAAEgJ9yvD_BwE

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The front impact sensor is located under the vehicle, towards the center/driver's side. Best access is from under the vehicle with the front air deflector removed.

  • Remove the front air deflector.
  • Remove the connector position assurance (CPA) (5) from the front end sensor wiring harness connector (4).
  • Disconnect the front end sensor wiring harness connector (4) from the front end sensor (1).
  • Through the access hole located in the bottom of the lower tie bar, loosen the front end sensor mounting fastener (3).
IMPORTANT: The front end sensor mounting fastener (3) has left handed threads.
  • Remove the front end sensor (1) from the lower tie bar by lifting upward and sliding rearward out of the key hole slot (2).

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For heavy machinery cars etc. luckily there are many websites
that can help you repair
for eg site like reliable-store is very active in this.. instant help, emails and all that's fantastic

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There's a website that has all this information about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few .. let me know if u need help
thanks

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None of the heated seats work , driver or passenger ? Maybe just the elements are burnt .

Watch this video on how to test .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fhd2DPbTjeE

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This is the delay feature of your vehicle.
Your car's Auto Headlight functionality offers both convenience and safety. The exit delay programmed in means that the lights will stay on after you turn off the engine for a set period of time. You can change how long they stay on to fit your needs. Here's how to do that:
  1. Make sure the headlight switch is in the Auto position.
  2. Make sure the key is set to OFF.
  3. Turn the headlight switch off.
  4. Turn the switch back to ON, then OFF again.
  5. Turn the switch back to the Auto position.
  6. Make sure the lights come on.
  7. Wait for the amount of time you want the headlights to stay on, then turn the switch back to OFF once more.
  8. The headlight delay should now be programmed.
Tips
  • The maximum delay you can set is three minutes.
  • You can set the system to have no delay by not waiting to turn the switch back to OFF the final time.

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around push pins, under handle could be two screws bottom under light could be one screw, pull from bottom to up checking for possible other screws !!!

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