In the trunk of the vehicle is a switch that says on/off ANYTIME you raise your car even to change the tire make sure you turn it OFF. Sounds like you were unaware of this so you should shut it off now. In the future or if you still have the problem a good trick to do if your air bags are still in-tact is turn on your parking lights disconnect the positive from your battery for 2-3 mins and then reconnect this will reset your vehicle computer info. and will allow it to relearn itself , it may take 1-2 days for the operating height to be back at what it was before you raised it up. there is a switch for the air ride system you need to turn that off before you lift the car or you could blow the airbladders and thoses are expensive the switch is usually in the trunk or it the passenger front seat area under the dash your owners manual should be able to tell you where it is dont forget to turn it back on after you change your tire and put the car on the ground DO NOT TURN ON UNTIL CAR IS BACK ON THE GROUND SERIOUS INJURY CAN OCCURE
If the accident was caused by the uninsured driver than the uninsured driver is definitely still responsible.
try checking your catalyctic converter
Headlights should be dimmed as soon as the driver is aware that another vehicle is heading towards him, and would be dazzled, even if still in the distance.
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im guessing a bad idle valve
i think that it is more about the driver because it takes skill to be able to driver that fast and still have control of the car
A little more explanation of the situation may be necessary. In most states, insurance follows the vehicle and not the driver. You could still be in trouble if the driver was not listed on the policy covering the vehicle or even if they were excluded. If such a problem comes up which is rare, you can file the claim on your policy if you have uninsured motorist coverage then they would go after the driver and owner of the vehicle for the money back.
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If you Transferred your NY license to a Florida driver license can still get tickets on your NY license
In Britain, it is the driver on a driver-only bus (very common nowadays). Or a conductor on a bus that still has a driver and a conductor (less common).
the f-150 fuel system shuts off and also does not restart sometimes , i changed the filter and fuel pump and problem still exist. the f-150 fuel system shuts off and also does not restart sometimes , i changed the filter and fuel pump and problem still exist.
Air compressed cars are cars powered by compressed air. A compresser is used to generate high pressure air, and that air is then in turn used to propell the car. An electric engine and or a gas engine is still needed to run the compresser but unlike hybrids and other combination vehicles the air compressed cars use either of these engins to power the compressor only.
Open circuit Because, if there's an open, there could be machinery still running, or voltage still present. Short shuts a cct down.
Until the connection "times out", yes. However, this won't take long.
No you can't. It is still illegal, but people still do it.
You will be cited for driving without insurance and the other driver being at fault, him and his insurance are still liable for damages.
No it still comes on