I've encountered that a few times...If you removed the factory stereo, and you cut the wires, you may have cut the power and ground wires at the same time, and created a short circuit. This would hae blown a fuse and will prevent the vehicle from going into gear. Check your fuses, and see how that works. you crossed some wires
If the thermostat is stuck in the open position, there is no way to keep it from staying open except by replacing it.
Removing stuck contact lens can be difficult. Removing stuck contact lens can also be uncomfortable. If you have a problem removing stuck contact lens, do not panic. Removing stuck contact lens can be relatively easy if you remain calm and have a plan. Begin removing stuck contact lens by washing your hands and make sure the drain in the sink is closed. Put your index finger on your lower eyelid and pull the eyelid down. Continue removing stuck contact lens by touching the lower edge of the contact lens with the tip of a finger. Try removing stuck contact lens by looking up and trying to slide the lens down toward the white of your eye. Removing stuck contact lens at this point can be tricky if it is truly stuck. Try looking up and holding the lens under your index finger. Move your thumb and try to compress the lens carefully between your thumb and index finger. Removing stuck contact lens may become rather aggravating so use some patience and try a few re-wetting drops. When you are removing stuck contact lens and you wear hard contacts you can try using a plunger. You will not have any luck removing stuck contact lens if they are the soft variety. Back to removing stuck contact lens of the hard variety with a plunger. This works well and is very effective. You moisten the cup of the plunger and place it right on top of the lens. The lens should be easily removed because it will stick to the plunger. Removing stuck contact lens this way usually is the best plan. When you have soft contacts, removing stuck contact lens is a little trickier. You have to use your fingers and just keep lubricating your eye. Removing stuck contact lens is not much fun but it can be done. If you really have a serious problem removing stuck contact lens, contact your ophthalmologist. ---------------- Today I had two contact lenses in the same eye (don't ask) and could not get them out even with the help of some family members. They were stuck together and lubricating drops just got the pair to move together, but not out. After watching the demo of professional contact lens removal tools over on good old YouTube, I got inspired and decided to use a pair of latex gloves. I kept them dry, touched the lenses, squeezed, and Bingo! out on the first try.
The needle in stuck. Try hitting the dash.
The real answer: Remove the stereo from the dash board and disassemble it to release the disk. I had a new stereo so I used a hammer and a big screw driver the last time I had to do this.
Defective light switch.
Float in tank is stuck or defective gauge Sounds like the sending unit is stuck in the full position.
probably the switch stuck on. pull out fuse in mean time
Needs to be replaced.
Dead cell in the battery, any light on the car that is staying on, or a stuck relay.
As a result of heavy rains, large volume of vehicles were stuck in traffic.
No. If a hamsters eye is stuck shut, it is more likely the result of an infection or injury.
Removing a key stuck in a car door can be tricky since you risk snapping the key in the lock. It is strongly advised you contact a locksmith.
The sensor is stuck if the bottle is full. Just shake it up, it will unstuck.
You can take it to a local mechanic or car shop and they should be able to get it out for you. I wouldn't try and do it yourself.
no. but it will interfere with keeping your engine staying cool its simple to replace a fan clutch
A contact lens rests on the tear layer of the eye. If the tear layer has evaporated and the contact lens is stuck to the eye, SEEK IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. Never try removing a contact lens which is stuck to the eye. An Optometrist or Ophthalmologist is your best bet of removing the contact lens safely without damaging the cornea of your eye.
It could be a result of a "hair ball" stuck in their throat.
To remove a stuck CD out of a CRV Honda stereo a person can try turning the ignition to the accessory position. Next hold down the eject button for a few minutes, release the button and press it again. Another option is to find the fuse for the CD player and remove it. Leave out for 10 minutes than put back in.
One of the door switches could be stuck. Or the interior light switch could be going bad. See if the open door light is staying on, of if the interior light switch seems stuck or loose.
A stuck closed thermostat can lead to severe overheating which can lead to severe engine damage which then leads to big money for repairs.
Can be a dead cell in the battery or any light on the vehicle that is staying on. Can also be a relay that is stuck.
It depends how hard it stuck and the ships construction.
the dist. is just stuck try turning its base with a pair of channel locks there is also an o ring on the dist. shaft that also has the dist. stuck
The switch on your brake pedal that controls the lights is most likely stuck, try some WD40 before replacing it.
If stuck lubricate center hub and rap side sharply with hammer--most times this will free it.