most people do not think to check the polarity when changing the blinkers, try rotating the flasher bulbs that you changed, do one at a time until you see a difference in speed from the flashers.
Also check that ALL of the flashers are working - including the "side markers" on the front side AND the parking light bulbs in the very front. ALL of these have to be working for the lights to flash at the proper speed.
I would also check the "brightness" of the bulbs between the two sides. If one side looks dim, then that would point to a wiring issue.
Good Luck, Greg
If the turn signals are not working properly on a 2002 Chevy Venture and the fuses seem to be alright, check for burned out bulbs in the turn signals. Also, check to make sure the turn signal flasher is working properly.
Fuel injectors need to be replaced every so often. If the fuel injectors are not working, they may be too old, and need to be replaced or put in properly.
If a car's lights are not working properly, the fuses should be replaced. The light bulbs should also be replaced if needed.
It is possible for the brakes to lock up on a 2000 Chevy Venture when in reverse because the brakes are not working properly. Perhaps the brake pads need to be changed.
because the water pump is not working properly....
If a thermostat is not working properly, you cannot calibrate it. It must be replaced.
Drop the fuel tank. But if you just want to see if it's working, it should whurr when you start your car. If it isn't whurring.. then it needs to be replaced.
You can tell that your vacuum cleaner needs to be replaced when it quits working properly. Signs of that include the belt quits turning or the vacuum quits picking up dirt.
No. If the A/C is not working there is a problem related to the A/C system. A thermostat is in the cooling system and if its not working properly the vehicle can overheat or not get warm enough to give you heat inside the vehicle.
It will keep the temperature within pre-set limits if working properly.
If its shooting out water and sucking in water ten it is working properly.
Check to make sure that the engine coolant is full. The thermostat must be working properly as well as the water pump. The hoses going to the heater core should be warm from the water if the climate control is working on the heat side.
it is ok to continue driving the vehicle while the catalytic converter is not working properly?
Since you replaced the sensor, and the speedometer still isn't working it is possible that you will need to replace the speedometer cable. Check the cable first to be sure that it is still properly connected, and if so replace the cable to see if that solves the problem.
When sugar is placed in a car engine, it can clog up the engine. This may leave it not working properly and would have to be flushed or replaced.
It means the warm up catalyst on the passenger side is not working properly. I think that is the catalytic convertor and it will probably need to be replaced.
It can be many things. Can be a blown head gasket, stuck thermostat, cooling fan not working properly, water pump problem, etc.
Replace it again!
bad or wrong bulb is your lights
The P1151 code on a 98 Mustang means that the heated exhaust oxygen sensor is not working properly. Once this is replaced, the code will go away.
Have you checked to see if your 12V dc relay under the hook is working properly?
Hi, The short answer is: You don't. The explanation for that short answer is that you have to get the factory security system REPAIRED and working properly, as it is highly integrated into the ignition and fuel control systems of these vehicles. Sorry about that.
If you have replaced the water pump then flush the radiator with CLR also check to see if the fan is working properly.
I own a 2000 with cooling fan probs check your coolant temp sensor,changed mine and cooling fans work perfect firstname.lastname@example.org
Air trapped in the system, defective water pump, blown head gasket or cracked head, cooling fan not working properly.Air trapped in the system, defective water pump, blown head gasket or cracked head, cooling fan not working properly.