I would just replace all the relays, this doesn't need to cost a bunch of money, new relays are not very expensive but if you want dirt cheap ones go to a local "pick a part" wrecking yard and grab a handful from a wrecked acclaim, odds are very good that they worked when the car crashed and will still work now, plus the wrecker won't want hardly anything for them, also there is no way to tell if a relay is bad by looking at it, inside there is a tiny mechanical switch, over time it will stick in either the open circuit or closed circuit position. Relays stuck in the closed position are the number one cause of mysterious electrical drains that kill the battery while the car is off, relays stuck in the open position are usually responsible for components to stop working.
Yup - last time I checked it was as cold as ice. You nailed it there.
Mine were in the glove compartment, in a box labelled "spare spark plugs". (Have you checked there?) There may be some others in the engine compartment, but I couldn't find them on my diesel version.
Have you checked the fuse and relay? - They are in the engine compartment above the passenger strut.
Check the bulbs to see if they are shot. If that does not resolve the problem check the fuse. If that does not resolve the problem take it to a mechanical and have it checked for wiring problems.
If there is a gas smell inside the passenger compartment of a car, there is probably an exhaust leak in the system. Have it checked immediately.
the fuse for this is located in the engine compartment
If the headlight that runs through the modulator first is out then the daytime running lights won't work. Change the bulb and the daytime lights should then work.
blower relay located on the engine compartment by the firewall
Check the fuse box in the engine compartment, also you need to check the lights itself. You might have to replace it.
Seeing it's age better off looking for a used radio, not hard putting in,remove the bezel and two bolts and ant.wire and two connectors.
yes the a/c drain and the heater core
It turned out to be an intake leak
sounds like a motor mount is broken or a transmition mount. have those checked.
Have you checked the brake fluid level in your brake master cylinder in your engine compartment ? a low level will turn on your brake light in the dash
It can be transported in your CHECKED baggage after you declare it to your airline. It cannot be carrried aboard by you. Check with your airline.
If there is an oil leak inside the engine compartment of the vehicle. The defroster could have some of the smell go into the cabin of the car. The engine should be checked for any oil leaks.
"one" carry-on bag and may exceed the carry-on dimensions as long as they can be safely accommodated in a proper stowage compartment in the cabin of the aircraft.
Could be ruptured heater core which is inside pass compartment and part of cooling system, find location using hoses (2) in eng. compartment, examine ductwork under the core and open slightly to check for leak. If so you can bypass until repair. Your coolant needs checked immediately.
The knock sensor sub-harness connector is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment next to the intake manifold. Must be checked by observing voltage fluctuations with a voltmeter.
Sounds like a fan belt. Have it checked. or an sai motor
Anytime you think you smell fumes in a vehicle for a length of time the exhaust system needs to be checked. Carbon monoxide could be leaking into the passenger compartment and can lead to sickness or death.
You've used some ambiguous terms, most notably "checked". "Checking" is the term used for the process of handing over your luggage that will go into the airplane's cargo compartment. You give it to airline personnel when you check in, and you retrieve it at the end of the flight. You have no access to it between times. "Hand luggage" implies that you're not checking it, but carrying it yourself into the passenger compartment of the plane. This will, however, be "checked" in the sense of "inspected" when you go through terminal security; normally you have to place all carry-on items on a conveyor belt, so they can be x-rayed. Security personnel may also request that you open them for a direct visual inspection.
It is in the passenger compartment relay fuse box. This is under the dash board on the driver side to the left of the steering wheel. It is near a shiny metal box, the ECM. My passenger compartment relay box has two relays in it, one for the power windows in the corner and the other for the fuel pump in the center. If you have large hands replacing the relays is quite difficult!The Starter relay in the engine compartment fuse box may also be faulty and should be checked.
No. The queen can't be "checked", only the king can be checked.