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Disconnect the battery cables and touch them together for about 5 mins. That will drain all the capacitors in the ECU and wipe out all the adaptive memory. Then reconnect and you'll be running off of factory programming.

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whatever it is connected to has a dead short to earth. You have to fix that first.

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well, I hate to tell you, but they never made such a beast. 1994 Mazda 323 , with a 2.0 lt engine, and also no v6 was ever installed in a 323, now if you have the original engine that will be a 4 cylinder 1.6 liter timing mark on the crank and cam is at 12 o'clok., the cam says up, and you line up the mark at 3 o'clock, to the block, i hope you changed the water pump, coolant and rolers ?

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I have 161,000 on my 00 Runner. Have had the shocks/struts changed TWICE.... (thats cause I have FUN with mine over the years) Personally, I would go with what the dealership says, then just replicate that at a good shop for cheaper price.

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This website
www.reliable-store.com has the largest collection of repair, service, parts manuals of any vehicle on earth. Best website I came across for manuals.. They also have live chat for assistance

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You need to find the settings menu. If you can't read Japanese then this is your first problem to overcome. Have you got a user or service manual? Try contacting the manufacturer.

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Sparks occur when there is a short. It will be wise to have the breakers off to prevent any damages to other components in the RV

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Most valve cover bolts are not usually very tight. They will be somewhere around 70 to 80 inch/pounds, (8 to 10 Nm).

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HAVE ALWAYS BEEN UNDER THE DASH SOME PLACE.

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Adding petrol to diesel cars ( small qty) will not damage the engine. In a way it would have done some good, to clean up the injectors, etc. ( not recommended though), Keep a close eye on the filters, as they may have excess sediment.

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It hard to Diagnose a problem without vehicle detail such as
Engine, V8, V6 Etc Date/Month
IF all details can be supplied it makes it easier.

Regards

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good chance get a compreesion test done on each cylinder to confirm this is happening

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They're built into the latches in the door. Inside on the back of the door jam.

2010 Nissan... | Answered 2 days ago


Check fuses per handbook, check supply and if ok check bulbs.

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I don't have the figures to hand for your car (what year?). These days the figures and method are often provided with the replacement gasket.

Most engines that were originally assembled by robots or automatic machinery have bolts that have to be angular tightened, because it is easier to programme a machine to turn a certain number of degrees than to a conventional torque figure.

Regarding the cylinder head; some manufacturers insist new bolts should be used every time while others say the originals are ok if they aren't stretched. All threads thoroughly cleaned and lubricated and head bolt washers greased.
The bolts would be torqued to a low initial torque using a torque wrench, typically 18/20 lbf/ft and then each bolt would be tightened per instructions in two or more stages of a certain number of degrees, typically 60 + 60 + 60 and then after a warm up and allowing around 6 hours to cool a further stage (30 degrees maybe) might be required.

A protractor helps but usually isn't necessary as most bolts have six flats or six or twelve splines, so tightening one flat = 60 degrees...

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