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You said there is fuel at the rail but you didn't say if the pressure is good. If the pressure is good there is probably no signal to the injectors - check for wiring/connector faults, camshaft/crankshaft sensor.

I would crank the engine and spray a little ether into the intake - if it fires up on that you can be reasonably sure fuel is the only thing missing. If it doesn't momentarily spring into life on the ether it would be wise to recheck: everything, especially valve timing.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 21 hours ago


Sorry but I am not sure though it would make sense for the convection fan to cycle in sympathy with temperature fluctuations, or to stay on if the heat stays high.
To be certain you will need to revisit the operating instructions or check with the manufacturer or dealer.

If our assumption is correct the fan will be switched on by a strategically placed temperature switch, though if the stove or heater isn't ancient there is probably a circuit board in there somewhere.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 22 hours ago


sounds like u may have disconnected the abs sensor(s) on the front end at the wheel hub. check if the clips are connected tightly or look for any frayed or bare wires near the hub.

GMC Cars &... | Answered 22 hours ago


The wiring harness in the door hinge area needs checking as it flexes quite a bit over time .

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 23 hours ago


Vehicle information needed

Seat Cars &... | Answered 23 hours ago


It may be drawing too much current and that would need diagnosing before repairing the wire .

Cars & Trucks | Answered 23 hours ago


If you don't have the vehicle handbook the dealer will be able to provide the oil specs, not that a string of numbers ever meant much to me.

I find it more convenient to go to the application catalogue of my favourite oil company and follow their recommendations, it has the benefit of being (mostly) more easily available.

Isuzu Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Number one coil is at the front.
Firing order 1342

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


Just a few thoughts to check first: P1702 TRS Circuit Intermittent Malfunction, not a very common code , usually comes along with other codes, here are some things to check, battery voltage, needs 12.4 minimum motor off,, 14.5 or so with motor running,, have it load tested Meter test your brake switch, a faulty switch will also push this code up this code is usually associated with a P0340 code, if your car is sluggish and rpm's vary at stops , then check the Cam shaft sensor

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday


I need to set the timing back on my 2011 dmax 3.0 TD 4jj1 engine type

2001 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered Yesterday


You probably can’t. Especially if you didn’t have the car from new. Some are permanently fixed to stop them being a weapon usable against the driver, or the front seat being used without it.

Hyundai Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


You’ll need to get the error code read first, but I’d hazard a guess that the SRS system is holding the fault code permanently till cleared, or there is a subsequent fault.

Lexus Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

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