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Mechanical failure - possibly an obstruction of the gear cluster or selector fork for 4th gear. This could also be a maladjusted shifter linkage.

Mazda Cars &... | Answered 20 hours ago


It's the alternator.
Make sure the belt is not slipping.

Honda Cars &... | Answered 21 hours ago


I'm thinking you could be right, but you didn't say what the problem is and what the vehicle or device is. If your car is overheating, the thermostat, fan and water pump are good then it could be too little coolant in the radiator, blockage in the radiator or a bad temperature sensor. Less likely, deposits or corrosion in the engine block or, maybe, blown head gasket? Good luck.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 21 hours ago


Ask Mercedes on the internet this question.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered 21 hours ago


It depends how old the vehicle is they don't use fuseable links any more witch was a wire that would burn out like a fuse they wore a pain .Now you can replace them with a piece of jumper wire you just cut out the old link and the jumper wire has a replaceable fuse. Just make sure you have the correct amperage and you cut out all of the old wire

Cars & Trucks | Answered 21 hours ago


check to see if the fuse is blown

Volkswagen Polo... | Answered 22 hours ago


Try starting it in neutral instead or park...It may be your neutral start switch is bad in the park position. Otherwise, it sounds like a starter relay is not working.

2005 Nissan... | Answered 22 hours ago


Not all cars are equipped with a block heater...in fact the vast majority of cars aren't...If you have one it is in the engine blocks cooling jacket, or it may be in the radiator hose. If you can locate a 3 prong electrical plug on the front of your Aveo, follow the cord back to the engine and you'll see where it is.

2004 Chevrolet... | Answered 22 hours ago


not equipped with an IAT sensor,unless it is integrated in with the MAF Sensor....

2005 Ford... | Answered 22 hours ago


there should be fuses near your amp and near the battery

2001 Ford... | Answered 22 hours ago


look in your owners manual,might be written down in it or on a little card or inside the glove box on a sticker or tag.the only reason that will happen is if the battery died or the battery was disconnected or the radio was stolen! no two radios have the same unlock code. if you can't locate it,read your owners manual and or call the dealer with proof of ownership and they can get the code for you....

2015 Buick... | Answered 22 hours ago


Ask Ford to explain why it doesn't work.

Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered 22 hours ago


We just recently purchased a 2000 Expedition. It is wonderful shape but it has started making a ticking noise from under the hood , when you start it. Can anyone help us?248c23f.jpg

2000 Ford... | Answered 22 hours ago


go to autozone.com. and register (it's free) put your vehicle info in then click on repair help,select the option you need from the drop down menu....

Chevrolet Impala... | Answered 22 hours ago


What do you mean by “car won’t read the right problems that’s wrong with the car” Do you mean it doesn’t show a code or the code you got Has been repaired and it still codes or running problems.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 23 hours ago


not possible with out risc of collapse or shrinkage

Cars & Trucks | Answered 23 hours ago

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