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Sounds like it's the climate control center that is bad. The display shouldn't change by itself.

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with no noise from lifters it's gettint oil. may just be the gague, or could have a pin hole in pressure lint to gauge. good luck.

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there should be a fuse located on fuse panel for heater motor( 30 A Green)....after you check fuse other possibilities are bad fan motor...bad heater resistor block.....bad relay...the resistor blocks are very common problems

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id watch it my car only has 86000 on it and i just had to rebuild my ****** might be worth it in your case to rebuild instead of putting that used one in might not last very long

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This sounds like a plugged injector. At low speeds it will dribble gas, rather than a fine spray. Try using a bottle of concentrated fuel injector cleaner in each tank of gas for at least 2 tanks. If it doesn't improve after the first one have a shop hook it up because this can cause wash down of the cylinder walls and dilute your engine oil with gas, damaging the motor.

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You have a clogged heater core or the heater valve is not allowing the hot water to flow thru the system

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sounds like the pump in the Trans is getting weak, not putting out the presure it should. Off to the Transmission shop.

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It's under the intake manifold. Have fun!

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If the voltage is good to the heater blower motor , try lightly tapping on the motor near the end where the wiring enters while the fan is on.If it runs ,the motor needs replacing.

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Could be a lot of things, but if you have not replaced the air intake plenum gasket, this could be causing some of the issue. Spraying corborator cleaner around the gasket with the engine running should cause the engine to smooth out for a short period of time - just a diagnostic.

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Same Thing happened to mine i had to hook up a push button to start it

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your heating coil is bad ,is right underneath dashboard good luck

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Hello: Sounds like the serpentine belt broke, you need to find out what broke the belt, check all pulleys on the belt system and see if you can turn them by hand. You will not beable to turn the big crankshaft pulley.

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Remove the access panels(s) or the split heater/air conditioning case to gain acess to the heater core.
* Remove the heater coolant hoses.
* Remove the cable and/or vacuum control lines (if equipped).
* Remove the heater core securing brackets and/or clamps.
* Lift the core from the case. Do not use force. Take care not to damage the fins of the heater core when removing.
* To reinstall the heater core, reverse the removal steps. When the heater core leaks and must be repaired or replaced, it is a very difficult and time-consuming job primarily because of the core's location deep within the firewall of the car. For this reason always leak test a replacement heater core before installation.

Good luck.
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These symptoms indicate a vacuum leak. Check all vacuum lines attached to the engine intake manifold--especially any that go to the transmission. Check both ends with the engine running for tight connections and listen for leaks. Also look carefully over the intake manifold for any missing hoses--a port on the manifold that is sucking air. Let me know if you have questions and thanks for using FixYa.

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The cassette player is a separate unit from the cd/radio unit. In your case either this unit is not powered or it has failed.
The only way to find out what happened is to remove it from the dash and test it: start by finding out if power is coming into it - if not check the fuse situated on the power wire; then open the unit and check the internal power switch for correct functioning; finally check the internal power converter/stabilizer - the one that regulates the power for the processor of the unit. If all are ok then the processor jas failed - that means that the cd/radio unit is dead. Time for a new one.

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With a fresh, new oil filter and all the oil drained, it takes 7.6 quarts.

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The problem is that the heater core has started to leak. The 'water' on the passenger side floor is actually coolant that is leaking from the heater core (hence the low coolant light).

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That's because you need to bleed the cooling system, now. Here is a link to an article that will tell you how to bleed the cooling system on your car.

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Hello vickianddanb: My name is Roger and I will help with your question.When you start the engine cold,the oil is thick and heavy. as the oil is warmed up by the running of the engine it gets thinner. I would suggest having the oil pressure tested. You could just have a bad oil sensor or you could have some bad bearings. The oil pressure test would show the bad bearings. Should the oil pressure drop below 7 to 10 psi. you have serious bearing problem. Should the pressure be higher the oil sensor would be the problem. I would not delay to long to have this done. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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