We had the same problem so we took it to Ford to figure out how to fix the light. They told us we would have the buy the whole light unit which would cost us 350.00 not including the labor to put it in. There is no way to replace just a bulb. What a rip off! We couldn't get our car to pass the inspection until we had the stupid light taken care of. Not a happy person that was for sure!
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbing The body in the boot?
worn cv joint =[
A broken tire belt or bubble.
have steering pump checked sounds like it is wearing out
You could have a balljoint that is going bad or possibly a strut mount too.
Maybe that thumping noise is the sound of another car smashing into the rear of your car.
that is either your front right wheel bearing or your coil spring is turning need new suspension..$$$$
Car turning right has the right away. Car turning from left has to yield the right away to cars coming strait or turning right this is the law in all 50 states
It could be a suspension part such as a control arm. I just had replace the rear control arms on my 1993 Toyota Celica because the bearings in the control arms were worn out. It made a lot of rattling and thumping; when I replaced the arms the sound stopped.
By "thumping" them with your knuckles. As my father used to say: If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your head, the melon is not ripe enough. If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your belly, the melon is too ripe. If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your chest, then the melon is just right.
obviously not if the truck is in the right turning lane and turning right you should keep your distance and follow behind safely
The driver turning right. The "Left Turn Yield on Green" sign alone determines that the right-turning car has the right of way.
Check the mudflap on the right front tire
The left tire will lift if your turning right
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The Feeling's Not Right Again was created in 1979-06.
Yes, absolutely. The only exception is if the driver turning right has a yield sign. This is one of the most common mistakes I see in the area I live. Many times, the driver turning right has a yield sign. That would give priority to the driver turning left. However, if the driver turning right has no yield sign, she has the priority. There are so many yield signs in my area that drivers turning left automatically assume they have the right-of-way even if no yield sign is present for the driver turning right.
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If the right turning driver is in the turning lane without lights then you have the right away to turn left. If he is in a meiddle strip then you still have the right away because the rule is the right hand turning driver must first give way to traffic to the left and or right and then any oncoming traffic going straight or turning left into the horizontal road. This is for Countries that drive on the left side of the road. If you drive on the right side of the road then i assume this answer would be reversed and he would have the right away. I have no sources for this but i suggest you go to a website containing road rules for your country cause everywhere is different even with states within your own country. My answer might only apply to where I live, if you live in Australia then take my answer 100% as correct.
The air ride suspension relay is above the right cooling fan right in the middle of the hood crossover (above the radiator)
You turn the turning signal up to go left and down to go right. You turn the turning signal up to go left and down to go right.
Does this squek vary with speed? When stopped and turning right does it squeak? More info is needed
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If your navigator has air suspension then the switch located in the rear driver side panel where the air suspension switch is...it is right below the suspension switch. hope that helps.