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All righty then. Just do it.

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Somewhere between the air intake at the base of the windshield wipers and the interior.

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The service and repair manual will give you step by step help with diagram to locate and fix the problem on your own and you will get the manual from the given link https://toolsnyou.com

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The p0302 is a misfiring code. It could be plugs or coil pack. The p0420 code reads Catalyst System Efficiency Below Treshol. I would start with the plugs that is the cheapest route to start out with.

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Check the fuel pressure - sounds like either a fuel filter, regulator or fuel pump problem.

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you have a fluid leak in one or more of the hydraulic lines most likely

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Cooling Fan Operation
The Electronic Control Module (ECM) regulates the voltage to the cooling fan relay. The relay operates the fan when the engine coolant temperature exceeds 106°C (223°F) The cooling fan will turn on automatically during extended idle conditions under 5 miles per hour. For diagnosis and location of the relay, refer to Electrical Diagnosis.

Relay Driven Dual Cooling Fan Diagnostics

Electric Testing Techniques You Need to Know
Do you know what a wiring diagrams is ? free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. year , make , model and engine ! Under system click on engine then under subsystem click on cooling fans . Click the search button then the blue link .

Test the electrical circuits before replacing parts !
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Sounds like you have a vacuum leak somewhere in the engine's intake manifold. Put a vacuum gauge to it.

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This symptom is usually caused by a poor connecrion. Remove the battery cables from the battery, clean them, and replace them tightly. If that does work, check the other ends of the cables for good connections. If all good, it is possible one of the cables has failed internally--under the insulation.
Do It Yourself Diagnosis and Repair

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Relay Driven Dual Cooling Fan Diagnostics cooling sensor ,which one ? car overheats how are you determining this ? temp gauge ?

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You only need to change the tail light fuse if it is blown. If you haven't checked it already, do that. Those stop/tail bulbs are 2 filament bulbs. One filament is for brake lights, and other filament is for the tail lights. So it is possible to have brake lights and no tails, if the filaments for the tail lights are burned out. But of course, it is unlikely that all the tail lights would be out and all the brake lights still work.

You may need a voltmeter to help solve the problem. It could be a problem in the headlight switch (a problem with the park light function), but is more likely a problem with the Lighting Control Module- or the Body Control Module-whichever your car is equipped with. GM first came out with the LCM, and a year or two later came out with the BCM. Both are mini-computers to control lighting and cabin functions. You would have to use a voltmeter and check things like power in and power out at the BCM of the park lights. You would thus need a wiring diagram to go along with the voltmeter. Those modules are located up under the dash-you can use google to see pictures of them, and maybe find locations.

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Wheel bearing. A wheel bearing will make that noise when load is put on it. Changing the direction of travel could make it louder, or it could go away. Change the wheel bearings.

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If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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The horn micro relay is in underhood fuse box, number 21 in the circle. Your owners manual should have this info. If you don't have an owners manual, you can look at one for free, my.gm.com
It'll ask for year--make model. The relay might not be the problem?
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I, feel sorry for you, after reading your problem, but don't worry you visit the Reliable-Store they will help you for sure.
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Tom, Yes, you should check all evap hoses for cracks and leaks.
Common Problems That Trigger the P0442 Code
  • Defective or damaged fuel cap
  • Distorted or damaged Fuel Tank Filler Neck
  • Small tear or puncture in the Evaporative system hose(s) and/or Carbon Canister
  • Defective Fuel Tank Sending Unit gasket or seal
  • Small split in a seam of the Carbon Canister
  • Defective Evaporative Vent Valve and/or Evaporative Purge Valve
  • Defective or damaged Fuel Tank
  • Defective Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
  • Defective Leak Detection Pump
  • Slightly loose and/or worn clamps or hardened O-rings anywhere in the EVAP system Check the attached links,
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Hello Vason,

Is your engine light on?

If so, you need to plug in a diagnostic OBD II reader. Acquire the codes and follow their designation to determine the probable fault source.

And yes if any monitored system, for any reason, does not complete its start up cycle your vehicles ECC will not provide the green light all is well return to the diagnostic tester.

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