i heard u can drill tiny holes in them and they will stay dry...tiny holes in the bottom on each side
If it is an automatic than it is probably the torque converter
You can't really stop condensation its literally just water forming as air. By removing cold surfaces such as glass you are able to stop condensation -RF
Your idle air controle valve.
the hot rises and when met with the cool air it forms condensation if u have a tin roof put a fales roof in this will stop the condensation
Could be a leak in the head gasket. From the cylinder to the coolant chambers. Have your cooling system pressure checked.
Condensation is the 'condensing of water/water vapor already within your car. Caulking the windshield, inside or out, will NOT stop condensation. To reduce the water droplets/condensation on the windows inside your car, turn on the air conditioning system and/or slightly open a rear window for better air flow.
MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR, LOCATED ON THE FRESH AIR TUBE FROM AIR FILTER.
Should be thermostat controlled-meaning it is supposed to stop at times
It is the fuse that says stop light under the hood in the fuse box on the driver's side of the car.
bad water pump bad water pump check and see if the fan works too.
I am going to take a guess here. I would think fuel pump problem or alternator problem. This is just from my experience with the same problems in cars I once had.
Insulate cold water lines and fittings as much as possible to help with condensation issue.
Check the switch.
The problem could be the output speed sensor on the transmission or the speedo head it self. A scan tool would be helpful
To prevent condensation in A/C ducts located in the basement, turn the thermostat to a warmer temperature. About 5 degrees Fahrenheit above what it is now running at will stop condensation.
Install a tempering valve in water line feeding toilet. Tempering valve will mix hot and cold water together so warm water fills toilet tank which will stop condensation.
If you call the dealership there is a recall on the rear tail lights. Something todo with the wiring in them..
change stop brake light under foot pedal check fuses first
Drain gas tank and replace with fresh fuel,sometimes when a car sits for a while it creates condensation in the tank,this can stop the car from starting.
To help stop condensation accumulating on the lens.
Tailights or stoplights? Stop lights could be a defective stop light switch Tailights could be either parking lights are left on or a defective switch
The Probe was made when they tried to retire the Mustang while at the same time begin dabbling in creating a sleeker looking sports car. During that time, import cars were beginning to become more popular because domestic cars retained the "blocky" look while imports were more aerodynamic and "sexy" looking. Production of the Probe stopped when Mustang fanatics (I use the term loosely) nationwide demanded the return of their iconic vehicle.
it's called vapor lock. the fuel vapors displace the oxygen and prevent the motor from starting. drop in a fuel system cleaner or additive, that should help.