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after checking the motor if it works.the issue can only be jammed seat tracks or jammed seat gearbox which a little lubrication should fix.


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Give direct power supply to motor by disconnecting the motor plug connection and see what happens. If motor is working fine, you should notice movement of seats more than 1". If motor is working fine, then check the input to motor by using multimeter in voltage mode. Don't forget to actuate the switch


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You should drain your tank and reload it with the correct fuel. See: What if you put diésel in an automobile that required diesel only


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It clarifies half way through the article, stating "He clarified that Euro 4 fuel could still be loaded in old vehicles." (the "He" being Environment Secretary Ramon Paje). I don't think you'll have an issue.


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Since this is an OBDI vehicle, there will be only one O2 sensor located where the exhaust ports all come together in the exhaust manifold.


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Tail light fuse will be third from the left along the top row. As for a concise fuse diagram with full descriptions... Will that do?


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Your best bet is to get your own hand held and diagnose this yourself. You can pick up various ones for $30-$2000 (if you really want to pay that much). The lower costing ones are Bluetooth designed to work with your smartphone. I too am doubting the voracity of this problem being a fried ABS ECU, mainly because in some vehicles, a brake light can cause ...


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See if the instructions located on this page will help you decide. Manual transmissions, while easier to deal with than automatics, are nothing to be trifled with. If you don't have a lot of mechanical know how, it's not something to be tackling on your own. If you get it apart and cannot put it back together again, a tranny shop is going to not want to take ...


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Should you be concerned about this happening again? Yes. You haven't diagnosed or fixed the problem, so the chances of it going away with no further effort from you are very slim. Because the car does not overheat while driving, the thermostat is probably working just fine. The two scenarios which indicate a failed thermostat are Overheating very shortly ...


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The easiest way to jump a Prius is from the front junction box as shown above (and detailed in your manual). Instead of a 20' jumper cable, which would be quite heavy, I would suggest buying or borrowing a battery-based jump starter device such as this. The last time I called a towing service to jump my Prius, the brought a battery-based device, which made ...


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Get a used compressor on Ebay for $25. Slap it in and add some refrigerant. You're done. Garage quoted me $800 for just the labor. Nonsense.


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This is a bit complicated, but I found the information for you on this pdf. I am pulling the graphs out of it so you can see what you need to do. Rather than retype everything, I'm cutting/pasting some of the precursor directions here: There are some prerequisites you should know. First, you need a scan tool to tell you when any of the drive cycles are ...


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Not enough information to make sure I am answering the question. Why do you believe that the ECU has been deactivated? Does the car not start? Not sure of the procedure that your used, but take a look at these instructions and try to reprogram the remote. Remove the key from the ignition. Lock all of the doors, but open the driver’s side door. Leave it ...



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