can not shift out of park
this bitch be stalling when idle im lost the engine be to complicated for understandn help a brotha out dogg
Can my headlight relay switch make my battery go dead?
I have a 2006 Chrysler Town & Country van with power sliding doors. The right side power sliding door will not close completely. When closing, it stops approx 6-8 inches from the door jamb and must be closed manually. Any ideas what needs to be done to correct this – Thanks,
Lights: what can cause one light to work and other one not
How do I unlock and remove the ignition lock cylinder if the key won’t turn to run position because it’s stuck
I have replaced the battery and alternator and the battery light remains on, what else can I do to fix this issue?
I recently took my car in for transmiision leak but they wanted too much to repair it. When I picked it up, it made a loud shrill noise when I started it but then went away after it ran. It never did that before. It is almost like there is a missing inspection cover for the trans which I don’t believe it has one. I was wondering if it could be a bad torque converter but the noise does go away after it starts.
My headlights flash at night when on high beam or low beam with driving lights on, when only low beam they are fine. Replaced switch, relay, and had alt. and battery tested. Places help?
Ever since I got this 2005 T&C Minivan I have had brake problems. From the factory the right front caliper had never operated. I fixed that easily. At that time I upgraded to drilled and slotted front rotors and and ceramic pads and got good results. However after just a few thousand miles the rotor faces developed a build up of material and had to be chipped off. I thought it was the ceramic pad material so I switched back to OEM pads and got the same build up. Should I plug the drilled holes? I changed rotor suppliers and now am considering the drilled holes and slots are my problem somehow. Pumping brake dust back onto the rotor faces.