Could be burning it at such a slow rate not showing smoke Could be leaking on hot part of engine and burning off How much is it consuming?
AnswerFind the location of the fuse that is burning. And check to see if the fuse that is burned out is the correct wattage for that spot.
go to a checker, autozone or auto parts store they will retrieve the codes that turned ur check engine light on, and give u tips to fix it or just re list them on here i will help you find the root cause.
Organic matter convertible into heat, directly by burning or indirectly by biogastification
The blower fan motor is worn out.
The component used to protect a LED from burning up is called a resistor.
Itr only takes a small amount of oil to get some smoke, white smoke is coolant, gray smoke would be oil, and black smoke would be fuel.
To fix this on my car I thought I needed a new starter but when I went to take the starter out the bolt holding the positive cable on the starter wasn't very tight so I thought maybe that's it. Well that was the problem so I took back the $160 starter and the fuse never blew again.
You'll probably smell that burning smell if your gas is burning right, try putting about a cup of sugar into your gas tank as a catalyst.WRONG!! Do not put sugar in your gas tank! This will likely ruin your engine!!
the reason blower does not work on all speeds, is the fan blower motor resistor. The resistor is a 4-5 step series circuit, 1 resistor is added for each reduction in speed. If one burns out then so will all speeds below it. The "high" circuit usually has a separate fuse and bypasses the resistor altogether.
If your batteries were in series the total voltage would be 6 volts, and it the bulbs were in series you would need a resistor to keep them from burning out. In order to know how many ohms the resistor would need to be you would have to know the wattage of the bulbs, or the resistance of the bulbs. If you don't know the best thing to do is use a variable resistor. Then you can adjust it or the brightness that you want.
Need to replace the blower motor resistor which is located just under the passenger side dash. 2 bolts on either side will remove it. Cost of replacement resistor is about $20.