If the engine stalls and won't restart for several hours on a 2003 Santa Fe, there is a problem with the computer in the vehicle. Check to make sure all computer fuses are working properly.
My computer does that some times it is usually getting rid of useless files
that sounds like your starter motor isn't working, which would explain why there is no noise when you try to restart it
You've probably lost your connection. AIM will halt even if it's just a brief interruption in connectivity. Just restart AIM.
Sounds like vehicle is stalling and you are losing all power assist and vacuum supply to braking system
you can uninstall it, restart your computer, but it really depends on what you mean by not working.
your car must have turbo system in it.turbo starts working at a selected RPM.
Fuel... either you ran out or the pump stoped working, it could also me that the alternater failed and the battery died.
had that problem with my 96 and turned out to be the fuel pump
Could be but probably an engine problem.
Please check you're not using an old version of Skype, or you might be having the same problem because trying to log in too many times in a working hour so restart your system and try after some time.
restart it. take out the battery. call technical support?
You may have an electrical problem. need a professional tech to look at it. I just found out that it is a gauge cluster problem. This is not the first time I heard this as I did call the dealership and explained to the mechanic what was happening, he said and the same thing. It is not uncommon for this problem in trailblazers. If the gauges are not working, then your battery is not getting charged up.
They can break in use.
Yes, millsberry is working but it might not work for you. try to download firefox internet explorer or restart your computer.
I had the same problem--Body Control Module--located behind the glovebox--$50-$100
if it is a standard transmission, check the clutch switch on the pedal, may fix the problem. it did on my accord. i own a calais w/o cruise. hope you find the problem.
because its a Dodge Neon
problem with electrical wires attached to the blower motor , they're to loose, try to paste them again
Is this "suddenly" like after your daughter takes a shower for 65 minutes?
Restart the computer.
that depends on if you will be driving the vehicles that you will be working on if you are going to be driving them then the answer is no, if you are not going to be operating the vehicles then it should be absolutely no problem. Next time you drink just don't drive and you will not have this problem. if you still have a d.l. you should be able to drive the cars if they want to put you on their insurance.
- If a clock which had not been working suddenly chimes, there will be a death in the family.
check you water (coolant) level, make sure thermostat is working, radiator leaks, sensor problem