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About Alfiesred

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  1. it may doesas i said earlier a coil throws all sorts of fault codes up,it may be juddering on start up as the coil is under load and braking down.It would be a wise move to take it to a dealer who will put it on the IDS diagnostic lap top.It may seem expansive,but you get an accurate diagnostic if they do the repair they will clear the fault codes also....
  2. have tried the nsf footwell behind the glove box???
  3. A defective coil can throw up many rogue fault say your using a scanner?These will only pick up basic faults,also have you cleared the codes after doing the repair,if you haven,t cleared the code the fault is still logged in the pcm nd as such it thinks there is still a fault with your car...
  4. this is a very commom fault,its usually the heater control valve.
  5. the cylinder head temperature sensor that controls the fans is situated in the cylinder head
  6. It should play mp 3 cds.Be aware that if you fit an induction kit you will void the warrany.
  7. have you tred the coil?Common fault...
  8. the glow plug light covers many is an indicator that you have a problem.Idealy it should go to a dealer with the correct IDS equipment for accurate diagnosis.YYou ned to go to a dealership at some point to cler the fault codes and havethe light put out.
  9. If you take your vehicle into a main deal for your 25 k service mention your fuel consumption concerns and ask if there is a software up date for your vehicle.There usually is..
  10. the main cause for a coil going is water ingree from thr washer jets,they leak and the water drips in to the plugwells.Assuming the coil is ok then the next point pf call is the plugs and leads....Also be aware that as the engine is mis firing,you are getting petrol going down the exhaust which can damage the down stream hego sensor and worst case,the cat as well....