How ToAuto Repair How to – Fix Your Car with Videos and Parts from 1AAuto.com jr69 6 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article www.1aauto.com Fix your car yourself with the help of our auto repair videos. 1A Auto is a family owned and run business that you can trust to get you auto parts quickly. We are rated best by people who matter, our customers. 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One month before breakdown i hit a very large puddle….it has to do something with that. 1aauto November 10, 2012 Anything’s possible. Yo may also want to inspect the battery posts and terminals to see if they are clean and are alos making good contact. john westendorp November 10, 2012 this may be off topic but can a bad starter solenoid stall the car while driving and prevent the car from starting at all?1989 ford mustang 5.0 lx automatic 1aauto November 10, 2012 We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows you the location of the PCM on this application. You may want to visit the Explorerforum com and ask the members if they can show you it’s location. tatima111 November 10, 2012 I have a 1996 ford expedition. Could you assist me with the physical location as to where the PCM is ? the engine is a 4.6 liter. 1aauto November 10, 2012 It could be a bad relay also. Peter Mc Conville November 10, 2012 thank you for responding i did find the thermostat location and replaced it althought the one i removed was still working i,m still having the same problem the engine heats up but when i switch on the fan the tempiture drops or if i,m travaling on the motor way the same thing happens i,m at a loss as to what might be causing this any advise??? 1aauto November 10, 2012 We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows you how to make this particular repair. If you have a Chiltons or a Haynes manual it should show you how to make that repair. Peter Mc Conville November 10, 2012 yo 1aauto not sure were or how to replace a thermostat on rover 45 year 2001 can you elp 1aauto November 10, 2012 It shouldn’t luis7750 November 10, 2012 what if i clean it with carb cleaner will it effect the egr 1aauto November 10, 2012 You would have to trace the vacuum lines by hand under to hood to see if you could find a frayed or broken one. If the idle is erratic it could also be a bad EGR valve or IAC, you may want to check those as well. Hope this helps you out. luis7750 November 10, 2012 hey 1aauto guy i had a question i have a 2000 nissan maxima it has a vacuum leak how will i be able to find it and will it cause my idling to mess up because recently the idling on my car has been really low sometimes it just turns of it goes up and down even if i press the gas pedal all the way down the rpms just goes up to 2 to 4rpms any suggestions 1aauto November 10, 2012 Also check to see if there’s a vent tube on the transmission that could be clogged. jack15904 November 10, 2012 Linkage works fine and has correct fluid levels. thanks 1aauto November 10, 2012 You may want to examine the linkage on the transmission to see if anything has blocked it. Also make sure that the transmission fluid is at it’s proper level. jack15904 November 10, 2012 Hi Can someone give me any ideas on my sons 99 ford explorer 4.0 4wd. he got it stuck and tried to rock it out. and now it wont go forward or back. i looked under and nothing is visibly broken and when you put it into drive or reverse nothing at all. Thanks Jack 1aauto November 10, 2012 You may want to replace the thermostat if you haven’t. It could be stopping the antifreeze from circulating through the system. You could also try (while the car is cold) removing the radiator cap, then starting the car and blasting the heat. Let the vehicle get up to temperature and see if the radiator fluid level drops. If it does there was an air pocket in the system. Just top it off with more antifreeze. Hope this helps you out sickskillzprod November 10, 2012 help plzi have a pontiac grand prix 98 got a new water pump & radiator i dont feel the water circulate tru the hose and the fans wont come on. it only goes on when i have the A/C on and THNX for ur help TWall333 November 10, 2012 Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! The video about replacing the window in a Chevy truck was a lifesaver!!! My husband and I…mostly my husband… just finished replacing his broken window. He had the manual, but I found the video online and the video is what really made the difference in understanding how to “get-r-done!” Thank you again for sharing such valuable information! 1aauto November 10, 2012 There could be an air pocket in the system, or the blower motor resistor may have gone bad. grvfoto November 10, 2012 96 Tacoma no/low heat. checked t/stat checked control valve actuaation coolant level. was working before changing engine help cricket1764 November 10, 2012 Do you have anything on how to fix my door on a 2006 kia optima lx. How do I fix the linkage if I can not open the door? vinnisixx November 10, 2012 hi, i am having trouble…..i have a 1995 sunfire and my car keeps blowing relay fuses for the cooling fan….and idea why this would be happening ? 3zoid November 10, 2012 do you have any info on changing the ignition switch on my 2001 silverado.