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Disconnect the sender unit and check the continuity with an ohm meter. If if measures open circuit the sender is faulty and should be replaced.
I have the same grinding noise on my Pontiac Bonneville. My brake pads and rotors were installed not long ago. I think in my case its my ceramic brake pads heating up the rotors creating a grinding noise. Once the rotors cool down they work fine, but if I brake hard at a high speed the grinding noise returns and will continue until they cool down. The ...
It is normal behavior in most vehicles for the A/C compressor to kick on when the controls are set to defrost or partial-defrost. It works this way to throw dry (dehumidified) air at the windshield to get it to clear faster. If the weather outside were below freezing and you pumped humid air at it (even your the humidity in your breath would do it) onto the ...
Does the car have an alarm system or system which disables the ignition ... usually tied in with a key fob? If so, this is usually tied in with the Body Control Module (BCM), which if bad, could be disabling your starter. Everything else might come on, but you turn the key and nothing. You'd also see a security light on the dash board with this problem.
Two things could be wrong. First and most likely is the battery will no longer take a charge and needs to be replaced. A battery will usually last about five years. Once dead where it isn't taking a charge, you won't be able to do much without replacing it. The second thing which could be wrong is the alternator may be dead. You can check this with a ...
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