sometimes pulling the battery cable works but your better off going to autozone or advance auto parts they will scan the on board diagnostics or O.B.D as its refered to and this tells whats wrong with the car to cause the light to come on most likely a bad sensor then they erase the codes. code reading is free the parts to repair are not.
Any number of things could cause a Yamaha Raptor 660 not to start including a blockage in the fuel hose. There could also be a problem with the carburetor.
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Donkeys eat similar to horses. They do not need to be fed as much as overfeeding a donkey could cause laminitus. They love to eat hay, sweet feed, carrotts, vegs and all that stuff. You welcome :).
Sodium nitrate was once mined in the Atacama Desert before it could be produced much more cheaply artificially. It was the cause of wars between Chile, Bolivia and Peru.
The device that the fuse is protecting is causing the fuse to blow. It could be in the conductors that feed the device. Disconnect the device and see if the fuse blows. If it doesn't, then the wiring to the device is good. If the device is a motor load it could be seized bearing that cause the problem. With the rotor stalled the current will go high and blow the fuse. If you know an electrician, see if the device can be meggered to see if the internal wiring has gone to ground and is short circuiting as this will also cause a fuse to blow.
what model is ur integra? it could be a integra ls tranny or u have a integra gsr that comes with a gsr tranny
it could be the main assembly relay under the drivers kickpanel
could not be getting spark our gas our timing belt no good
could it be the thermostat or the fan itself?
The top control arm bushings are likely candidates.
Water pump, Radiator, thermostat, low coolant, blown head gasket, busted hose. Could be one or all but I would check these first.
it is possibly your calipers and or rotors.
There is a problem with power to that part of the vehicle. Check fuses as well as all wiring. Make sure that the ignition switch is operating properly and turning power on to these areas.
check the fuel lines.. fuel relay, fuses, and if all else fails the pump.
problem could be the rear strut
no spark our timing belt snap our jumped timing