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To remove it, the easiest way I've seen is to get a sacrificial socket of the proper size (just a bit smaller than the lug) and drive it onto the wheel lock using a hammer. If done correctly, you can then use a breaker bar to get it off of there. You can possibly drive the lock out of your socket, but it's going to take a vice and a good swing of the hammer. ...


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The official dealer will be able to sell you the correct replacement, owners are well-known for loosing them. You can sometimes find them on the bay of fleas, including complete sets. I have removed them from my car as they were a well-known failure point even if you had the correct key.


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That's usually a break in the wiring harness to the MAF sensor. Pretty common actually. Disconnect electrical connector to MAF. Key in RUN position. Check for battery voltage on Pink wire. If you see that, flex the wiring harness to see if it stays. Check for good ground on black wire. Flex harness. If you find intermittent, fix the broken wire.


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In almost all cars inner part of the door isn't sealed from the outside. When rain falls water gets to the glass, then goes down and enters inner part of the door and then all the way down and through the drain holes it goes out of the door (btw if these drain holes are clogged with some dirt water keeps inside the door for some time and causes corrosion). ...


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I would first check that both sides of the battery cables are free of corrosion and connected correctly. Take a good look at the ground cable. Also when you say the battery is putting out 12.4v you should check if that is the same when you put your test-leads one on the positive battery post and the other on a frame screw or the engine. That should give you ...


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