There will be a small cap that will be red or blue (I believe), somewhere near your fluid reservoirs. At least that is where I typically see them. It will be threaded onto some metal pipes and when you take it off you should see a valve that reminds you of a valve on a tire. To do it yourself, go to your local auto parts store and they should have a kit for $20-$30, but it could be upwards of $50 depending on your car. Anyways, these kits include the hose and the refrigerant that you need to charge your AC yourself. The directions will be included but to let you know, it is very simple. You attach the hose to the valve on your pipe by threading it on. Then you tip the refrigerant upside down and thread it onto the other end of the hose. The pressure in the can will force the coolant into your system. You may need more than 1 can depending on how large your system is, and how full. Hope this helps. Kyle
Defective alternator or bad battery.
The general in charge of the Continental Army was General George Washington. He was the leader of this army during the Revolutionary War.
The nominal voltage for just about any car is 14.4. you will find though most cars should run 14 to 14.5 13.5 is kinda low but it is still putting out charge.
It means either the alternator or the voltage regulator is failing, assuming your electronic instrument cluster isn't going bad.
each shop that can do that kind of work will charge different prices, check around for the best deal.
John Hancock was President of the Second Continental Congress.
The Continental Congress appointed him Commanding General of the Continental Army
Unfortunately it can't be done, the 00-02 requires special equipment, The Lincoln dealership usually (NOT ALWAYS) does it for free, a lock-smith will charge.
Hamadou Mustapha is the Minister in Charge of Special Duties at the Presidency for Cameroon.
The Union general that President Lincoln placed in charge of the department of Mississippi was Ulysses S. Grant.
Check the 175 amp mega fuse on the front of the engine compartment fuse panel. Replace this if it is blown. Check for shorts to determine why the fuse is bad to begin with.
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Alain Akouala is the Minister at the Presidency in Charge of Special Economic Zones for the Republic of the Congo.
Dealerships charge from $65 to $75 per hour. An independent can charge $50 per hour which is a fair charge.
Have the alternator tested.
The Second Continental Congress.
There is a special charger you can buy.
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