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If I understand you properly, your battery drains dead with the alarm connected, but if not connected, the battery drains and dies. So it's obvious that the problem is the alarm. So the question is...how? Here you have to go back to the old Radio Shack electronics kit. (I'm showing my age lol) The alarm control unit uses the car battery. It sends voltage ...


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My family has been in the automotive business for several generations, and if you look at the title verses the ID plate you will find that, at least for American made, the rule of thumb is, 8th month same year model, 9th month next year model.


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Stick with owner's manual unless you are in an emergency situation. 0W-30 covers a wider temperature range than 0W-20 and it causes no harm in terms of viscosity but 0W-20 is a thinner oil and has been designed with economy and fuel consumption in mind. I think for warmer climates, you can use 0W-30 instead of 0W-20 safely.


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Another possibility is that the small passageway in the master cylinder, which connects the working chamber within the master cylinder with the fluid reservoir above, is plugged. If that occurs, system pressure will not release when the brake pedal is released, and will gradually increase over time. This will affect the brakes on all four wheels. If, on the ...


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Sometimes a flexible brake hose can develop an internal tear that acts like a one-way valve. This stops one of the calipers from releasing quickly or at all. Repeated brake application slowly buids up the caliper pressure and causes brake drag. If the blockage is not complete, then the caliper pressure will slowly release. If it drags while you are driving, ...


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