These doors sometimes can be a pain in the ars to adjust. TAke it to the dealer or a body shop you are familiar with.
Adding to this since I had a problem like this. I used a Dry Silicone Lubricant spray and sprayed the latches and all the rollers on the door and it fixed my problem with this. Don't use WD40 or another oilbased lubricant because it will just cause more junk to stick to them and make the problem even worse within a few weeks. Make sure it is a dry lubricant. Sorry if this is a really late answer there are no dates on the questions
You need to adjust your idle.
sounds Like the pickup tube in the tank is bad.
The flush handle is operating a lever to open the bottom valve inside the water tank. So is the float that shuts off the incoming water valve. ====================
No! You can't just give shuts!
adjust your idle...the idle screw needs to be pulled left.
if it shuts down than the cell and nucleus will both 'die'
There is no item called "shuts" on Webkinz World.
The electronics shuts off the current to the coil and injectors are usually under pressure so when there is no current in the coil the force of back pressure shuts the injector. -_- max
There is a fuse and relay, under the hood in a fuse box. More commonly though, the system will have low Freon. there is a low Freon switch that shuts down the system if the pressure is too low.
The flap of skin that shuts off the passage to the lungs is called the epiglottis.
when the sterring wheel is turned sharply to park, the engine shuts off