most fans will complete their cycle before stopping...if your fan runs on for more than a minute or so then you may have a proper problem
Sounds like the ignition coil needs replacing this should is usually a small cylinder shaped housing on the driver side of the engine bay with an HT lead from the coil to the distributor. A 5 minute job to change and get a result.
It sounds like the security alarm is stuck. While this is happening take the key out of the ignition and shut the drivers door, then lock and unlock it with the key. If the problem stops even for a minute then the alarm is the problem.
This cat may have a respiratory problem.
No it is not a problem
An intermittent miss in a 94 Caprice could be something in the ignition system. Check the plug wires and ignition coil to start with.
The driver is viewed as Tiger Woods' weakest club, one which he always seems to struggle with. He uses a Nike SQ Dymo 10.5 at the minute.
on the radio/cd faceplate there is a hour/minute selector. ignition has to be on and select h/m set
£100, 000, 000 per minute! NOT KIDDING, I USED TO BE A CRANE DRIVER AND AS PART OF MY CRANE DRIVING TEST WE HAD TO FIND OUT AVERAGE STUFF ABOUT THE JOB :)
That is a common problem with 2004 jettas. The power converter on the driver side door just needs a new carbon pump. You can pick up a universal one at a local auto parts store. 5 minute fix.
50 gallons per minute
If in minute amounts, then it could not pose any problem.
4.3 feet per minute -20 - -63 = 43 43/10 = 4.3
Fit and health heart will beat 100 times per minute.
Press odometer button and turn the ignition on, then release odo button and press minute button, thats it. ;)
had that problem on my 92 and my 95. both times it was that VATS system. had to replace the tumbler. is the security light on? That was him, this is me. I had same problem in my '90 RS. Start/not start/Start. Check for loose battery terminals. While you are at it, make 'em clean. Note that IF VATS system is kaput you can bypass VATS with a little clever rewiring behind driver side kick panel. As the man said, "Is the Security light on?" http://www.thirdgen.org/vats If the problem is your key...dealer item. Hardware store can't help you.
MapQuest estimates the driving time as 24 hours and 1 minute. Keep in mind that it is the duration of the pit stops that kills the Nascar driver, the Over the road trucker and even the family driver. Every unshceduled minute is a mile lost on the open highway. If it isn't essential, slow down the pace and enjoy the trip.
To find the answer of that problem, you should research it on answers.com or somthing. Wait a minute....
that means power is still getting to the ignition coil. make sure that nothing is connected to the terminals on the coil.
If by off you mean with key removed - well, it shouldn't, not for long anyhow. If it stays on after, say a minute, your wiring or your ignition switch is faulty.
If you wait there for about a minute it should fix itself.
That is a serious problem and you should take him to the vet.
sounds like electrical to me, try a new alternator and new battery. from the sounds of it, this should fix the problem.