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Are the mud flaps hitting the tires? Maybe you hit a mud flap on something and bent one of them to make it now be rubbing on a tire

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There are 2 fans on your motor , air con fan comes on when the air con is switched on. The engine coolant fan comes on when the motor reaches operational temp, around 85 to 95 degrees . there is a heat censer on the engine block or radiator that controls battery voltage to the fan. with a volt meter check both sides of this censer for battery voltage, with the engine hot. replace if faulty.

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Depends on the particular vehicl. Most have a clamp to the air intake tube and a couple of bolts (usually 10mm) that secure the intake housing to the car

Honda 2012... | 29 views | 0 helpful votes

Many with the back plug you have to pull the engine to replace

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This is normal. If you have problems, take it to the shop.

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Check under dash board or under hood in engine area or if you still have owner's manual check that.

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More likely, there something frozen or broken in the mechanism you can fix. If the lock mechanism is frozen, a new actuator won't fix anything.

Honda 2003 Pilot... | 50 views | 0 helpful votes The video teaches.

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???? do you leave your keys in ignition all the time

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We used to test alternators that way. Disconnect the battery while the vehicle is running. If it stays running, alternator is good. if it dies, then it's no good. However, with all the electronics in newer vehicles, I do not know if you could damage something by doing that. (if it has a carbuerator, your safe)

Honda 2011... | 43 views | 0 helpful votes

Idle air control valve needs to be cleaned, look it up in youtube or google it.

Honda 2012... | 57 views | 0 helpful votes

fuel / air mixture might need adjusting

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Start with checking your radio fuse and if the fuse is good. If the fuse is ok pull out the radio and make sure your radio connector didn't get unplugged

Honda 2006... | 57 views | 0 helpful votes

The P0001 is an OBDII generic code, but almost none of the vehicle manufactures use it. If you are getting this code, make sure you are using the correct OBDII code scanner for your vehicle's make and model.

Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit/Open is the generic definition for the P0001; however your vehicle's manufacturer may have a different definition for the P0001 code.

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