it sounds like you have a broken bulb in your right blinker. you can replace it yourself by looking up the make and model at a parts store to get the right type of bulb and then replace it by going from behind the bumper or finding a way to remove the light from the front
To replace spark plugs, you can use a socket wrench, but a socket made for removing and replacing spark plugs is needed. This socket is relatively inexpensive and can be found at most auto parts stores.
Replace it with a new one that you can buy at any auto parts store.
Replace the blinker relay, located on the fuse panel. Buy it at any automotive parts dealer.
1 11/16 sold at the parts store as a dodge nut socket 15.99
You need a special socket that can bought at Murray's or a similar auto parts. The wiring fits through it so you can get to the bolt. The socket cost about $8.
u need to replace flasher unit under dash.... this is not to be mistaken for fuse! guy at parts counter will know what it is... it is what makes the blinker noise...
Parts and labor, aprox $500 to $600 plus a front end alignment.
from underneath the vehicle u have to remove some suspension parts and parts of the front cover of the engine
If it the the newer body style the flasher is built in to the emergency flasher switch. Replace that and it is fixed. If it is the A3 body style it will be a relay in the relay box. Any VW parts person can tell you the exact location in the relay box.
you should be able to buy the pigtail either at a parts store or the dealer. Otherwise you can get one from a junkyard fairly cheap and replace the bad one.
Get a manual from a parts store and it has pictures and all.
You need to find the correct lighter socket for ur type of vehicle, you could use a unviersal one to save some cash, but personally i rather to with OEM parts for this kind of stuff to not have to mess with wiring. Afterwards all u need to do s remove the panel where ur lighter socket is located, on my 2004 ford mustang i have to remove the actual pannel and not the side one to access the lighter socket. disconect the electrical cable connected to it and then proceed with removing the sockets houseing bracket. Afterwards push the socket out the front and replace it with the new one and connect all cables back along with panel. But if its not ur fuse that isn't blown id still test the lighter socket with a multimeter to check its that is the one that is not working before purchasing antyhing
The front axle nut on a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim is 32mm OD. A 32mm axle nut socket should be available at most parts stores.
To replace the front auxiliary report on a Ford Escape (2002), one should first buy the parts, and then consult the instructions that come with the part. It might be a good idea to consult a professional.
I just replace rotors and pads on my 01 eclipse gt for $100 canadian. This is the price for the parts only. Labour was extra.
There is a special socket that you can get at most auto parts stores with an open side to get around the wiring. There is one sensor in the tailpipe before the catalytic coverter and one after. Use the socket to unscrew the sensors, and unplug the wires at the connector.
In your pelvis, your ball and socket joint make up parts of your hips
Remove tire, remove brake caliper, and brake rotor. There are three bolts tat hold the hub assembly to the steering knuckle, either from the front or the rear If they are in front there are holes drilled in the hub and you can pass a socket through to loosen them. Remove the axle nut socket from the front center of the hub and push the CV shaft inward to get some slack. Pound a chisel between the hub and the knuckle to separate. Reinstall the parts the way they came off and torque the axle nut to 150 ft/lbs and the lug nuts to 100 ft/lbs
You can find fan fluid at your local auto parts store, it is in the same isle with the blinker fluid.
Auto parts stores sell a special tool to help you get a good angle on it. The tool hooks up to your socket wrench but runs at 90 degree angle from there. The socket end has a slit through it which you run the 02 wire...
they regeneration to replace body parts :) you're welcome :)
The easiest way I've found to fix a lighter, is to replace the element ... the part that gets hot. They fail fairly often. You can find them at parts stores. Before that, however, you should check the fuse. If the fuse is good, try plugging a cell phone charger into the socket to see if the socket is being powered or not. If the cell phone charger works, go back to square one and replace the lighter element. If the charger doesn't work, you'll have to replace the lighter socket. This has a high Pain In The Butt factor. On my '96, this would mean taking a lot of plastic apart as the lighter sits near the front of the console. You can buy a new BIC for a buck ~ FriPilot
I have had the same issue and it is not a wiring problem persay.It is the contacts inside the bulb socket making a crappy connection.I suggest buying a new set of contacts sold at advance auto parts,auto zone and replace the unit it has the two wires,round flat bottom the bulb sits on and spring.Or you can replace the whole plastic socket too offered at both stores as well,cost a little more.This will fix the issue.I had the issue on the front signals sockets were just worn.If you replace this and still no power checking with a test light then it is a wiring issue,but think it is the socket terminals are possible broken and by changing this should correct it.
You have to purchase a special socket that has a slot in it to remove the o2 sensors. There are four of them two up stream and two down stream. the up stream ones are under the hood as soon as the exhaust comes out of engine. Just unplug and use slotted socket to remove and replace sensors. the down stream ones are under the car before the Y section of the exhaust pipe ends you remove and replace same as the up stream ones. You can purchase the slotted socket at any auto parts store same as the sensors. The sensors are about $65.00 each socket about $8.00 dollars.