HI; I just stumbled across your question. pao is not pao, the D looks like an O is all. It means that one of your brake pad sensors has either an open or you need to replace your brake pads. Also, the pads leave about 1/16" of the rotor exposed on the outer edge after time causing a lip to form as the rotor wears. This lip will eventually cut into the sensor and cause your light to come on, sometimes prematurely. Turning these rotors is not reccomended as we have had problems with original equipment Jaguar rotors having hard spots from inconsistancies in the metal We always replace the rotors when the lip is too severe or if they are warped. Our pricing on brake parts is excellent and we package rotor pad and sensor kits. See http://www.captainjaguarscathouse.com. Your other question relates to fuse failure. You should also have a warning light on that looks like a lightening bolt. If you do not, turn on your ignition and look at all the lights as they light up in the insrument cluster before extinguishing. This is the bulb check cycle of the start up process. If you have one out, check the bulb in the instruments. This warning light and Circuit 1 failure showing indicate you have a fuse blown. Get your test light and run tests on both fuse terminals in both A post kick panel fuse boxes located to your left on the drivers side and on the right on the passenger side. This is assuming you have a left hand drive car.
The condensation drain tube is plugged with crud.
on 2.4 models,crankcase vapors pass through a hose connected from the timing cover to the oil/air separator. a plugged oil/air seperator will cause excessive crankcase vapors and sludge buildup. no pcv valve!! or a plugged hose.
if you drive for short periods of time, or don't drive very often water buildup in engine is comon. 2003 with 54k sounds like this is the reason..
A few simple answers here... That oil is from the crankcase vent tube that comes in at the bottom of the box. It helps crankcase fumes to vent and get burned in the engine to reduce emissions. Several things cause the oil to come in. 1. too much oil in the engine/crankcase... (very common). 2. a plugged pcv (pos. crankcase ventilation) valve. normally located on the top of the engine on the valve cover. 3. high mile engines get some "blow by" thru the rings of the cylinders. this excessive compression gas gets into the crankcase at the bottom, then has to push out thru the vent tube at the top and takes some oil with it. Make sure your crankcase venting system is clear and clean. A plugged system can cause pressure buildup and it has to push out somewhere. eventually you can blow engine mainseals at both the front but mainly the back between the engine and tranny. An expensive repair bill there...
yes because the hot air inside your house is against your window and the cold air on the outside is against your window. So they mix at your window so it has condensation on it.
How do I remove underarm buildup
A buildup of lactic acid causes fatigue.
the buildup of a river delta is caused by erosion
# How is lactic acid buildup dealt with by the body?
Static charge is the buildup of electric charges on an object. This is a biology question.
With a hot mop, wrung out, and a capful of rubbing alcohol poured on the buildup.
The negative battery cable is attached to the stud on the top of the passenger side strut mount, and is held in place by a cap nut that is approx. 1 1/4" high. If you are having ground problems--remove the cap nut and check for corrosion buildup in the threads of the stud. This will be indicated by a greenish powdery buildup that can be removed with a wire brush.
A fatty deposit buildup within an artery is called a plaque.
Carbon buildup can keep a motor from firing and cause an engine to stall.
if the build up you are talking of is sludge, it could by caused by coolant mixing with the oil. The intake's are prone to leak on the Chevy line and it will let the coolant leak to the inside as well as to the outside. Look in the oil filler cap for a white milky looking goo, if it is present you have problems.
What does Henry say is the purpose of the British military buildup in America?
It is caused by a buildup of lactic acid due to fermentation in the muscles. This is what is described as "the burn" when exercising.
If it's in the front floorboard and smells like antifreeze, then your heater core is leaking. If it's plain water, it may be the windshield. There is also a hose that drains the condensation that goes through the firewall. Make sure it's clear and has no buildup.
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