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Door locks becoming hard to operate occurs around the world in very cold weather. The humidity in the air causes icing, metal components contract and 'jam' mechanisms, plastic components go 'hard' and refuse to slide. There are sprays available, heated key tools, and other gadgets aimed at helping or avoiding it happening, with varying degrees of success. ...
There is de-icer you can use. Here is an example from Loctite. Spray it in the lock. It will keep it from sticking as well as ease how much torque it takes to turn the key. If this doesn't help you, there is a mechanical problem with the door linkage.
Your torque convertor has a convertor lock-up clutch. When reaching a nominal speed and engine RPM the convertor comes on and locks the convertor forming a slip free drive. When you use kick-down or near full throttle acceleration, the convertor clutch unlocks. This allows the stator in the convertor to allow torque multiplication and give the vehicle its ...
Id say something is wrong with the transmission from the fluid flush, it is not the easiest thing to flush transmission fluid, and in doing so with certain transmissions you can actually do more damage than good if not done right. What it sounds like is its not in the correct gear and shifting at the incorrect points, this would be caused by many things but ...
Sounds like the transmission is slipping. Check the fluid level, it that's correct take it back to the shop that just serviced the transmission.
Your engine does not have bleed screws on the radiator cooling system. To fully top up your system, fill the radiator with coolant. Run the engine at about 2500 RPM for a couple of minutes. With a large wet rag, soaked in water, to protect your hands from any steam, slowly but slowly undo the coolant filler cap. Top up again with coolant. Do this several ...
What you see here is what remains of my starter. I think it's safe to say that I need a new one.
I have just looked at the wiring diagram for your vehicle. Your right hand tail lamp and fascia run through fuse No.(#) 9. The first thing to do though would be to check the bulb plate. This is the metal piece of the rear lamp assembly that all the bulbs plug into. Check for corrosion or anything else that might bridge the bulb or plate to earth. Remove the ...
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