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Do both trucks have the 4.3L V6 motor? If so then yes you can as long as both pumps are either in tank or outside of tank pumps. Hope this helps ya out!

Cars & Trucks | Answered 29 minutes ago

I don't know but I would guess not - manufacturers tend not to use two if one will suffice and wiring harnesses are usually bought in and are relatively expensive.

The circuit diagrams we consider typical on older vehicles changed radically as electronics and then computers became part of a car. It is most important to obtain wiring diagrams and understand how the circuits work before troubleshooting computerised vehicles.
One major difference with headlights is often the supply is permanent (unswitched) and a black box switches the earthy side when the light switch/dip switch commands it to do so.

It would be easy to see how a person familiar with older cars could assume the wiring of a more modern car is messed up...

Isuzu Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago

In this diagram check red arrow, PCM is on the passenger side firewall...

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2010 Ford... | Answered 2 hours ago

Might be coincidence or might be something you overlooked or accidentally disturbed.

Might be you have displaced a vacuum hose.
Maybe you had something disconnected and switched on the ignition and introduced a fault code.

If a thorough visual inspection doesn't bear fruit there is little you can do without electronic diagnostic equipment and a deal of experience.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago


Holden Cars &... | Answered 4 hours ago

Does this have rear drum brakes? If so have you pulled the drums off to inspect the rear brakes?

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1993 Nissan... | Answered 4 hours ago

Your minivan may need a new ignition lock cylinder. Before going too far. Do you have more than one key? If the key/s don't work try spraying WD-40 or a similar penetrating oil into the key cylinder. Toyota uses Half Tumblers which can hang up when they get old or worn. This works most of the time and is worth trying. Be patient, this will take some time to work the fluid into the tumblers. After spraying into the cylinder take the ignition key and slide it in and out of the cylinder normal and listen for clicking. At first you may hear nothing. If that is the case then the tumblers are stuck. Continue to move the key in and out at normal speed 12 times and try to turn the key to RUN. If the key still doesn't work. Remove the key and spray more fluid. Like I said, Patients. You may need to repeat this procedure six or more times. At some point you should hear the tumbles clicking. Side note: Try no to go too crazy with the oil. If you put too much oil into lock cylinder it may leak out behind the dash and leak onto your carpet. Also when you remove the key it should be covered with a black oily film. This is normal and temporary. It is from years of use and is combination of old aluminum and metal dust. Place an old Tee shirt, towel or rags down onto the floor to protect the carpet and have a towel, napkin or rag available to wipe the key off as needed. Any questions please feel free to write back. Good luck.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 6 hours ago

Push the ETS button once to activate and once again to turn off. ETC stands for Enhanced Traction System. When the lamp is on the ETS is activated.

Oldsmobile Cars... | Answered 7 hours ago

Sorry but there isn't an easy answer to this question. I'd like to know what you are working on and if any recent work was performed recently. A faulty alternator could cause your battery to draw down. A faulty new battery. A faulty light switch (Hood, Glove Box or Trunk Lamp). The ignition switch is worn and the key is removed in the wrong position. A short somewhere in the vehicles wiring could cause this as well. How fast does the battery draw down? A multimeter is very helpful while monitoring battery voltage dropdown. I'm not sure what tools you have for testing. Please write back and let me know if this information helps or if you need more assistance.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 7 hours ago

If I remember correctly you disconnect the battery for ten to sixty minutes, reconnect battery and the computer starts the relearn process.Good Luck Friend.

Buick Cars &... | Answered 7 hours ago

You may want to buy the rear liftgate Release Switch. From what you described I think you have a short. This part is a common problem. It isn't completely shielded from the weather and over time will fail. You could remove the switch and inspect it for corrosion and operation. For the sake of being professional and straightforward. Electrical failures require diagnostics to definitively know what is wrong. If you have test tools and you are looking for specific information. Please write back, ask away and I'll do my best. Hope this helps. Good luck.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago

Would you give me an idea of how you are going about deciding on what parts to replace? Are you using any test equipment? Are you using a scan tool or code reader? If so, are there any codes stored? I have two ideas that may apply to your "Start/Stop" issue. What is your vehicles security system doing? Is the Security warning light staying on during startup? Is so, I would focus on that system. If not, you may need to take a closer look at the ECM. Let me know what is going on and if you need more help.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 8 hours ago

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Ford Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago

What size belt would work for a ac delete belt on 07 cx7

Cars & Trucks | Answered 9 hours ago

Usually behind one of the rear wheels. Good Luck Friend.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 9 hours ago

The shift solenoid is located up inside your transmission. You will have to drop the trans oil pan, and then drop the valve body. At this point you will see the solenoid with a wire harness attached to the solenoid.The solenoid is about the size of a fist, and is attached with a few screws. Good Luck Friend.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 9 hours ago

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