When they die.
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When they die.
Well those are causes of the steering wheel being off center. Believe what you'd like though.
Uneven tire pressure, worn suspension components or maybe you just need an alignment
No, you don't need an alignment when replacing a steering wheel.
It can be installed off center but on a SPA, it would be WAY off. It doesn't use a splined input that is subject to more possible...
Because there aren't 105 computers.
Yes, I believe it was available in the US for MY2008
You are confusing keyless entry and keyless ignition (or "keyless vehicle").
The first number you ordered was for a keyless vehicle. The second number is for a non-keyless vehicle.
There is no recall for this on any model, just for future readers of this.
The fobs look identical. The part numbers you provided show you bought a keyless fob first. Your car is not keyless.
Thank you for the link!
I would like to avoid whack a mole in the seals but repair shop said the turbo is easier to take off and then replace the seal in between.
The cost was much higher if the...
Yes, they look the same. Keyless cars have a dummy key that is in place of the key in the ignition switch. You can leave the key in your pocket. Walk up to the car and pull the handle and it...
You bought the fob for keyless cars but your car is not keyless.
Seems someone asks once a week. You can't.
There is a hole in her bumper, not OPs as far as I can see.
There are two plastic "pins" that pull up to release the headlight. Should be in your owner's manual.
It's the same TJ number (34948). Not sure how often that site is updated. The TJ was actually just updated 1/17 so it might take some time for that site to show the same updates as the site we use.
Still December 2019, the TJ has not been updated with a new date.
The TJ has been updated. The updated software is out.
Honestly, I can't remember the last time I had a head off one of those cars. I don't remember exactly when they used hydraulic, that's why I said "if" they are solid. You had them out so I figured...
The new ones should have marks for 12 o'clock like the old ones I believe, though I have yet to replace a VVT hub on one of those cars. Line those up. Functionally, it doesn't matter. But you'll...
Gypsy business? Rebuilding cores has been around for decades and is perfectly fine.
The solid lifters are how you adjust the valves. You have to keep them in order.
Depends when the PDS software was done. It must be done within 10 days of delivery.
As Gary said, the Service 2.0 Upgrade, PDS upgrade and Total Upgrade are the same. So if the car comes off the...
Just covering my ass, really.
Well... first part replaced but now we have smoke coming out between the super charger and turbo. Waiting on new part and changing that out next.
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Gotcha. We were just mixing up terminology. Sorry for the confusion.
I have yet to have one of those come in with a timing chain related failure. Doesn't mean it can't happen, of course. Just isn't at all common. I do replace the tensioner if I'm taking the chain...
If they are just scuffed up, they can likely be repaired pretty well. You might be surprised at the cost- it really isn't too bad in my area. Obviously this can vary so check around.
I replace that while I'm in there. No sense taking a chance on reusing it.
As for the remaining parts of the inner gasket, a razor blade should work well.
So that's just from an old readout? Do you have VIDA? Yes, the SoC tool needs the car connected. I assumed you had VIDA.
Anyway, that code is stored if the quiescent current exceeds a certain...
Hybrid components are 8 years or 100k. The warranty manual is available online.