you have to just keep trying to open it
if it is open, a spoiler!
Chances are the hood sensor on the right inner fender is out of adjustment. Tap the hood and see if it goes off If it does adjust the sensor up
Can offer with the highest of confidence the temperature blend door actuator motor has failed.
See "Related Questions" below for more, including how to replace it yourself.
You can't ,they are a sealed unit.You have to buy a hub assembly.
sounds like cv joints
Without knowing much more of the story, e.g., repairs that have been made, battery replaced, alternator replaced, I'll refer you to the "Related Question" below.
This is a comprehensive trouble-shooting guide for alternator/battery problems.
Should provide a good 'jump-start' (couldn't resist the play on words there!) to tracing the root of the problem.
Note: it would be terrifically helpful if you could come pack and edit this response by adding in what you find was causing your problem.
Check all vacuum hoses and fittings
9 year old vehicle may be wise to replace all hoses one at a time You can get a vacuum pump to test vacuum operated motors under dash
Sounds like a problem with the regulator - alignment, looseness, etc.
See "Related Questions" below for more - although the question is about replacing the motor and regulator, it'll get you into the neighborhood for a first-hand inspection.
To get you started with the dismantling, refer to the "Related Questions" below regarding removing door panels
The drive belt is loose.
In this case, it's the 'serpentine', aka accessory drive belt.
See "Related Questions" below for more about replacing them
Trouble code P0713 means:Transmission fluid temperature sensor circuit high input
its rarely easy without diagrams but the only advice i can give is either to start at the power source (battery) and follow it to the faulty device until you find the short somewhere in between the two or sometimes its easier to fallow the fault from the devise back to the power source this might sound over simplistic but the fault has to be between the two points power---------------------device but always remember it could be a negative(earth)problem as easily as a positive power problem hope you can find the fault
Often its the end of the world!!!!!!!!!!:d
You make sure you have the correct DIN removal tool for that vehicle. If that doesn't work, then you take the vehicle to someone who knows what he is doing.
Bringto shop that has an ABS scanner to determine problem and/or reset
Wow, taking it to a shop would have never crossed my mind! The guy is a freaking Einstein! Put that guy on Jeopardy! Bringto is not a word, genius!
Unplugging the battery or having a shop erase the ABS code will only come back on when you start it up again. If you have mechanical abilities, purchase an Actron Brake Scanner CP9449 (mine was $120), check the code and fix it yourself. After a repair, the computer will run a self check and reset the light and code. If the light is still on, you still have a problem. Note: the CP9449 is not capable of resetting codes.
under the front bumper on the passenger side very easy to get at. looks like a cone that the dr looks in your ear with