Hello there it has been my expirence that when gas starts to get in the oil it ends up being 1 if three things. First do a compression test or have it done if the rings are worn ie excessive milage, the unburnt fuel is getting past poorly seated intake valves and rings. this is the number one reason for this problem. If that were the case the car should be burning oil. the other reasons may be a leaky carb or fuel injectors and running down the intake into the pistons into the oil and this happens when the engine is turned off and sitting.
something is wrong have it checked at the dealer might not deploy if you have collision
Find the worn suspension/steering part(s) and replace it(them). Thanks, I have new ball joints and struts, the tie rods are OK and the problem is getting worse. The stearing shaft could be replaced but that is not making the clunk when I hit bumps and turn sharp. Got any specific ideas?
You need to have sex with it before you start getting personal.....
It sounds like the inner steering shaft. I had the same problem on a 1997 Dodge Ram.
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body control modual. $140 from dealer. common problem among gm's
i had same problem its the relay in the fuze box under hood. i got a relay at dealer for 50 dollars.
I have a 2001 Ford Expedition too and I had that same problem. I took it to the mechanic (not a dealer) and the first time they just said they had to clean it. Afterwards, we ended up changing the brakes because it made the same sound after the 1st service.
I do not see aftermarket replacement rear wiper blades nor rear wiper refills listed in the aftermarket wiper catalogs for the 2008 Dodge Nitro. This would possibly indicate that the rear wiper was a proprietary Dodge technology/design and you may have to go to the dealer for the parts and possibly labor. Before doing this (because its usually a little more expensive going through the dealer), you may want to visit some internet forums and see if there's other ideas out there. Google "dodge nitro forums" then search "rear wiper 2008" once in the forums. I'm sure there's rapport on this topic.
I also have a 98 Ford Explorer that was doing the same thing- When I took to the First Ford dealer they wanted to replace the Transmission and transfer case at a very height cost. I returned it to the dealer I purchased from and they did say there was a problem in the transfer case and replaced it. Thier coast was $700+(Dallas,TX)
Brainstorming is the process by which people get together to come up with ideas for problem solving. This technique can also be used to come up with ideas for new technologies.
Getting others to accept your ideas can be frustrating, if they are generally opposed to the ideas from the beginning. Be prepared to answer questions, give demonstrations, and listen to positive criticism.
NO . Stop in periods always does not mean that you are pregnant. It may be due to hormonal changes or due to any other problem. Don't make your own ideas. Go and get checked by a doctor.
No, because George Lucas is getting old and is out of ideas + he is getting addicted to the special effects.
Brainstorming helps you to bring alternatives to a problem without getting stuck analyzing the value or possibility if each idea. Often the ideas you come up with are the germ of the solution even if they seem laughable at the early stages.
That he believed in some theories that might be fake
something you like or a world problem
From individual thought, usually to solve a problem or explain phenomena.
Important ideas may begin in the midst of a big problem that needs sorted. These ideas then spread out with help from others who are willing to put the plan into action.
first try unhooking the battery for 5 minutes. If that doesn't help A Chrysler dealer can recalibrate the gauges to get the needle in place.
my left turn signal on my 1997 dodge conversion van works fine,the right signal lights but does not blink,,,,any ideas
I have an 01 Grand Caravan and I had that problem. Have the dealer or someone check the sway bar bushing and linkage. I did a lot of research on this problem and I came across a lot of people with a very similar problem and they all recommended the same thing. I took mine to the dealer and it was worn bushings and the linkage. I have 69k miles on mine. Hope that helps or at least gives you a starting point.
The dealer did a replacement of my heating/cooling lines approximately 2 years ago that was part of a recall. After the work was done my compressor went out and the AC would keep the van cool if the outside temp went above 80. In California that is almost everyday. Anyway it was not costly, but time consuming. I was living in an area that was moderate and when I drove to a place where it was hot the AC didn't work. The dealer could find out what the problem was, because of my location and I had to get the van repaired where it went out and that was the problem. This doesn't answer your question, but gives you something else to think about. Go to the dealer and use your warranty. The dealer did a replacement of my heating/cooling lines approximately 2 years ago that was part of a recall. After the work was done my compressor went out and the AC would keep the van cool if the outside temp went above 80. In California that is almost everyday. Anyway it was not costly, but time consuming. I was living in an area that was moderate and when I drove to a place where it was hot the AC didn't work. The dealer could find out what the problem was, because of my location and I had to get the van repaired where it went out and that was the problem. This doesn't answer your question, but gives you something else to think about. Go to the dealer and use your warranty.
Brainstorming is a group problem-solving technique that involves the spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group; alsoIt is the mulling over of ideas by one or more individuals in an attempt to devise or find a solution to a problem.