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Wax works, but it's a temporary fix Wax will "fill" in the imperfections in the paint work. However, as the layer of wax wears away (rain, washing) the scratches/dullness/discoloration will return. …
answered Aug 21 '15 by Zaid
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The prime suspects here would be: a low-beam relay that is sticking a bad contact at the light switch/stalk break in the low-beam wiring I'd start with the relay since it is the easiest to test.
answered Nov 26 '15 by Zaid
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Provided the refrigerant has been recharged to the correct level, there is a strong possibility the issue relates to lack of signal from the pressure switch, the pressure switch is needed to engage th …
answered Dec 24 '16 by Zaid
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It was Under Sync Services. After the OP clicked the Weather option it went to the nav screen with a radar overlay. This appears to be related to sync and Sirius. The Sirius subscription says "weath …
answered Dec 11 '15 by Zaid
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The existing oil residue will make it difficult to tell the source of the leak. I suggest you clean the entire area (copious amounts of brake cleaner usually does a decent job) and then run the vehicl …
answered May 23 '15 by Zaid
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If the concern is water contamination, there will be a tendency for the engine to misfire or stumble. This is because the fuel system will happily deliver the fuel/water mixture to the engine's cylin …
answered Feb 9 '17 by Zaid
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load. In my experience, 17-18 V is deemed too high by GM vehicles. You may want to investigate if Ford provides a (usually hidden) diagnostic on-board cluster menu that reads out battery voltage in real time. Even if there is none available, a multimeter could be used to measure the voltage as well. …
answered Apr 10 '14 by Zaid
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This is usually the telltale sign of a weak battery. The grinding sound is typical when the starter motor isn't provided enough power to turn the engine over. Have the battery tested to confirm that …
answered Nov 10 '15 by Zaid
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In fuel-injected systems, hot-start problems indicate that the fuel line is unable to maintain pressure. This could be due to a few things related to the fuel supply line, including: a leaky fuel i …
answered Feb 26 '16 by Zaid
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OBD1 326 indicates that the EGR pressure sensor is reading pressure values that are out of the range deemed to be normal. Along with the results of your pre/post-cat temperature test, this is strong …
answered Dec 28 '15 by Zaid
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The shop vac can barely run because of the back pressure when hooked up the the tailpipe. If there is a severe exhaust restriction it could explain the presence of fumes in the cabin: if the en …
answered Aug 7 '16 by Zaid
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One common failure point that is often overlooked is the final stage resistor. This part is responsible for controlling the speed of the fan blower (which is why I asked about the fan speed operation …
answered Aug 12 '15 by Zaid
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Much of the information in this answer is adapted from this excellent forum post In the generic sense A jackshaft refers to an intermediate shaft that transmits rotation/power from one shaft to an …
answered Nov 4 '16 by Zaid
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There are a couple of possibilities here aside from a bad relay (which appears to have been ruled out by your tests): the light switch has gone bad (stays permanently on) there is an electrical shor …
answered Jun 16 '15 by Zaid
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Based on the codes, I'd say race fever's spot on: P0300 - Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected P0116 - Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit Range/Performance Problem P0304 - Cy …
answered Jan 1 '16 by Zaid

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