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Ihave a2019 2500 Laramie it was doing the same thing I turned on the recirculating cab air button on and boom I’m cooking now


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A typical brake assembly has a single or double piston on one side, when the brake pedal is depressed the piston pushes the pad into the rotor, and pushes the assembly, including the caliper, in the opposite direction. The caliper slides on pins, allowing even force to be applied on both sides of the rotor. It sounds like the caliper seized, keeping the ...


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Problem solved! (by my wife). It turns out (a fruitless trip to the repair shop [the battery and alternator are fine] followed by a further episode of non-starting) that the issue was that I had 2 keys: an original and a copy. Both mechanically turn the ignition lock, but with the copy the ignition fires and then dies after a few attempts after which it ...


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Go to a car spares store. They'll spec the correct bulbs for your vehicle, and they'll also install them for you if it's a quiet day (and they'll know not to touch the bulbs, which would otherwise cause them to blow in short order). If the problem is a fuse or anything else simple, they'll be able to quickly tell you. And they don't charge for this service..


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Well, check the fuse box and test the fuses - fuses can fracture so that current won't flow but they still "look" good... Also check the bulbs from both headlights, a multimeter is good for this but putting them across a battery with a wire to finish the circuit also works (be careful not to cause a spark as that can ignite any gas...)...


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Some vehicles have a coolant temp sensor that adjusts how rich the fuel mixture is depending on temperature. I have heard that disconnecting the sensor simulates a cold start. You might as well give this a shot. If it starts with the sensor unplugged, then you probably have a bad sensor.


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