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It was the bulbs. I have read of the same phenomenon on other sites -- both low beams go at the same time. My theory is that either there is something about the electrical system that causes the second bulb to go once the first is gone, or... One headlight goes out but you don't notice because you still have one that works. The second one goes and you ...


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Find an intelligent mechanic. That could be time consuming. They might be able to help specify if those plugs are standardized at all if you were to find a connector. That looks like a DC adapter. You might be able to have the wires spliced and adapted manually. Most computer technicians could probably find a way, but no store would allow that during ...


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If you are getting an O2 sensor code, you really need to start at the core of the motor, and have your intake, exhaust, and head gaskets redone. O2 sensors throw codes if there is an air leak, and it could be far from the O2 sensor. A valve adjustment may also be necessary. If it's dying while you're driving down the road, that sounds like your alternator. ...


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There is a connection problem at your battery or in the cables. This usually happens at the battery post, whether a top or side post model. The cable is getting enough of a connection to run the lights and such, which is relatively low load. As soon as you touch the starter, which is a high load, you lose the connection and everything goes black. Please ...


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The answer to this question is what was put into its design at the drawing board stage. Encapsulation and water proofing of components susceptable to being submerged in water being the main consideration. As an electric vehicle construction is usually decided by its weight, less weight means less drain on the battery means greater distance between charges, ...


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Because of the age of your vehicle you will need to take the effect of corrosion into account as well as the possibility of a loose connection. Using a wiring diagram, a check over of the supply and earth wiring is required of the controls that are failing.


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I've had this same problem with my suburban..put a starter button in it,replaced the starter..every time I took it to the shop the mechanic told me twice I had a stripped battery cable bolt, the one for accecories I asked him both times to replace it and both times he told me this would not cause the problems I was having with the truck...finally after ...



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