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Hello, I lost my honda odissey EX-L RES 2012 150.000 Km in a car accident and i had bought it back in 2015, paid for 4 years and still have 2 years left to pay to the bank. My insurance will give me perhaps 10,000$ at most, not sure yet, they are still investigating, which i will use to pay remaining loan. Me and my 3 kids (all under 8 years old) have to ...

None of my interior lights work, dome or door. The side mirrors courtesy lights light up when any door is opened as they should. The dome overide button and headlight control module was replaced. The fuse for the circuit is also good.

I have a 2008 Kia Sorento when I go to turn the ignition the lights come on but the headlights damn near goes off after I take the keys out a continuous beeping sound occurs without the door indicator showing

The light on the dash goes off while I’m turning left it’s the indicator that the door is open

Getting no power, key fob lights up but won’t unlock doors. Once in the locks still don’t work. Turn the key and nothing happens. Not lights no crank. Nothing.

Exactly where is the blower motor resistor located on a 2010 Nissan Altima 2 door coupe?

the dashboard door-ajar light stays on. the rear dome light stays on (unless i turn it off). I assume the problem is the rear gate when i lock the doors using the key or the armrest button, they lock and then unlock when the cars gets up to speed the locks stay locked when the car is locked the alarm often goes off.


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