everything except the reistration plates,lol. seriously tho, if it worked when parked, charge or replace battery make sure it has fuel, oil engine coolant. then start it if it runs fine why replace anything
That is the 64 dollar question, isn't it? Truth is that until you actually replace the sensor no one has any way of knowing if something else is contributing to the problem. Replacing the sensor is a good first step.
An individual SHOULD NOT replace an airbag. This should be done at the dealership only. There are both technical and physical dangers to replacing an airbag and individuals should not attempt such a job.
NEED to??? No. But the question becomes, why are you replacing the camshaft? You should always replace the lifters when replacing the camshaft. A worn camshaft usually indicates that there will be other wear as well, but if you just… Full Answer
Depends on what you are replacing it with and how fast your body heals. The absolute soonest you can replace it is after three weeks, provided you are replacing it with something that does not dangle and you have let… Full Answer
Replacing fuel injectors is a complex process that includes various steps. Before you replace injectors you should have them tested. Steps to replace would be , releave fuel pressure, disconnect batery, and unplug the injectors and replace.
Absolutely not. The two are not related in any way. If this was just a personal concern, just replace the intake manifold gasket. If this was what a repair station has quoted or already charged you for, Id go somewhere… Full Answer
Well since we don't know where you are sat you could use a sat nav or from your local town\city you could see google maps type on your location and where you are going to and it will show you… Full Answer