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Both the BT device providing the media (presumably your phone) and the device receiving the media need to support AVRCP v1.6 in order to transmit/display album art images over Bluetooth. So it's possible that either the car, phone (or potentially both) don't support it. Edit following update from the OP: It's an LG G5, using Rocket Audio Player. OS is ...


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According to Wikipedia.org, the engine is a 1ZZ-FE, which is chain driven. To cross reference (for accuracy's sake here in the States), the 2006 Pontiac Vibe uses the same engine. It, too, shows a chain. Usually, a chain is good for the life of the engine, so there should be no reason to change it. In the case of the 1ZZ-FE engine, sources are saying it ...


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Also called a "hose clamp" ; I would look at all hoses , some may carry air . In addition to the exhaust system although it looks thin for an exhaust system component. Start looking at the lower radiator hose. I think there is a very good chance it is important.


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I can't say for certain exactly where it came from, but that is a bracket which would be used to secure a pipe or secure something to a pipe. I can think of the following cases it's likely to be: Secure the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe. If the exhaust comes loose you could get the exhaust in your car which would be unpleasant and in extreme cases impair ...


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If your coolant is leaking into your block, you'd see this as a brown/white sludge in your oil filler cap. It's known as emulsification, and is quite common with cars that use a breather pipe and are in a cool/damp climate (my 205 XU engine used to suffer from this). How much coolant and water does it take to re-fill the system? You might have an air block ...


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If the car is losing coolant, the coolant is either exiting the engine or being consumed internally. If you inspected the engine and the radiator and they are dry (no traces of coolant anywhere on them), most likely the engine is ingesting the coolant. At this point radiator may be good or bad but you have a bigger problem on your hands in that the engine ...


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Check fuel filter - if partially plugged it will produce this effect of not starting for about 20 minutes after it has been parked and allowed to sit for awhile. Eventually it will start again. My mechanic found it after about a week of other opinions - replacing the fuel filter might be the solution. It was for me.


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First you need to check whether 16" wheels will fit onto your vehicle - there's a minimum diameter needed that will clear the brake calipers and maybe ball joints. Often, some wheel styles in the minimum size for the vehicle will fit, and others won't, depending on the geometry of the rim 'barrel' and the shape of the spokes. Once you've found whether the ...


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The "Blade Thingy" is pretty much just that a flat blade that connects the ignition switch and wheel lock with the ignition lock cylinder. When you turn your key in the lock-cylinder it turns this actuator that then turns the ignition switch. You probably can not turn it with your pliers because your just not doing it right. Try grabbing it, pushing in and ...


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