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have you checked the relay (#46, it's called the headlight driver module HDM) in the under hood fuse panel? or try switching it with a relay that has the same number on it like the relay right next to it.
Actually that's the funny part about it...my buddy has a set of fuelinjector noids. you plug them into the where the injector plugs in and you turn it over.... ever injector should have gotten a pulse... bc they all lit up... but idk...its runing... i think its bc i threatened it high caliber rounds
gauge keeps rising as the engine gets hotter, and sometimes heater blows cold air
Hello All !! I am new to this site in hopes that someone can help me out .... i have a 2003 Buick Regal Ls model Vin. K,, all my lights work except my tail lights.. all headlights , brake lights , turn signal , dash lights , and interior all work fine but no tail lights. I've replaced fuses ev
you may have to take the bottom off and look for a problem. you may have to disconnect the connecting rods and push the pistons up and away from the crank to see if you have a piston stuck. if they all move away from the crank then see if the crank rotates. If the crank still won't turn loosen th
because the brake light and the engine are on separate systems I would think you may have a ground problem. you should have your car driven with the scanner on to see what happens to the data stream when it starts to act up. If you loose communication when it acts up you may have a bad computer or
the grounds for the engine computer go to the rear of the heads on the engine. the fuel pump ground is on the frame back by the tank. if those grounds are connected you should have communication to the obd2 connector do you see the ground connections from the battery to the body, frame and engine