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  1. nickb2

    Broken A/C connection

    You may also want to check out stuff like these guys if dorman doesnt have what you need. https://surrauto.com/air-conditioning/
  2. nickb2

    Broken A/C connection

    They got mucho stuff to EV compression fittings to fix conversion vans etc, no reason they dont have something for you.
  3. nickb2

    Broken A/C connection

    I do crazy AC stuff with this company https://www.autocoolingsolutions.com/dorman-ac-block-kits-and-rear-ac-cap-off
  4. nickb2

    2001 Dodge Dakota (4.7L) Parking Lamp relay makes clicking sound, parking lights doing weird things.

    But another issue to not over look is the DRL module. But if my memory serves right, this was only for canada, and I think you might be from usa if u have a 75 stingray But we gad huge , and I mean huge issues on those dakota module on the left side clipped to inner fender liner. You may...
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    2001 Dodge Dakota (4.7L) Parking Lamp relay makes clicking sound, parking lights doing weird things.

    Of note, if you do find green, and CLR ate away a some contacts, I have found that some contact spray such as wurth contact lacquer works real good for restoring the system. But this is just a short measure. But I am assuming this dakota is on last legs being it is so old. Up here in quebec...
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    2001 Dodge Dakota (4.7L) Parking Lamp relay makes clicking sound, parking lights doing weird things.

    Also, interogate the BCM if you have such a capable scanner, this may help pinpoint, if not, I will walk you threw this if you want to go further and have a multimeter at least.
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    2001 Dodge Dakota (4.7L) Parking Lamp relay makes clicking sound, parking lights doing weird things.

    I would look in the PDC area for irish green PDC area is the power distribution box, and look for irish green underneath. Irish green means green corrsion often associated with GM and mopar PDC center boxes This is a widely known issue in this year range. Just flip the pdc over once all...
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    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    awesome ;) :fixed:
  9. nickb2

    U0107

    and yes, as usual, I am repeating myself, cuz repeating the damn over and over again seems to work in some instances such as this. In the end, this site is all about getting the damn thing fixed:p:fixed::beer::beer::beer::beer::pizza::pizza::pizza::pizza::pizza::money::money::money::money::money:
  10. nickb2

    U0107

    try removing all the stuff he installed, put back to oem, give it a try If you need a wiring, I can do that.
  11. nickb2

    U0107

    He installed a fuse, amp and speaker and couldn't figure out why the car went into engine power reduced mode. your writing, if he tapped into a power source that need CAN bus that may be the source of the problem all along, again, just sayin;):fixed:
  12. nickb2

    U0107

    Can the duralast actually talk to the cardone. That also is another tech quiz question, cuz I have seen this before with re-manufactured stuff. Just sayin, and putting that out there.
  13. nickb2

    U0107

    Did anyone tell you that there is a relearn procedure for this. If not look into that, that may be all that is left to do to finally fix this..
  14. nickb2

    U0107

    Yes, this is now a prevalent source of grief for techs such as me and others. The lost art of trouble shooting. :( :eek:
  15. nickb2

    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    I will try to find more scanner danner videos or some NGK video training guides. They are hugely informative. Sometimes the stuff I learn is real hard to put into words. I must say this often. I live in a bi lingual world most of the time. SO being patient with me is a must as I have to digest...
  16. nickb2

    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    Although sometimes my writing sucks, this IS what your looking for. Basically, if S2 sensors are switching slowly, that is a good sign. If they are stuck, end line fuel strategy is biased and S1 one sensors are the first responders here. The S2 sensors are just there to rectify and verify if...
  17. nickb2

    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    you can resistance check each heater should have same for each. Normal resistance for heaters should 9ish ohms Think of this as a heater element. A block heater should draw 29 to 35 ohms cuz it is a bigger element. If you need, I can provoded wiring to check that if you need;):fixed:
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    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    Also I think billr pm ed me this week, and I may have been precocious in my response here.
  19. nickb2

    P0430 Chevy Express '97

    Sadly, the heaters are the fastest ones to pass mode six, if they come back, I must ask, did you keep the old o2s and if so, does live data show when heaters are commanded, and if yes, what is your multimeter saying, or is your live data smart enough to see resistance and or amp draw
  20. nickb2

    U0107

    If gateway serial was disrupted, need to put back stock and not ask this guy to hook up a radio to any thing 2005 and above. End of rant, I am drinking beer at 9am
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