Haha... a little late on the reply but I rotated the tires today and noticed a lot of drag on the rear brakes. I'm not sure if this was because the vehicle was jacked up or not but I decided to adjust the emergency brake. I don't think the e-brake cable was to tight but after a few turns of the nut it gave me more range when I pull the lever back.
If you are still waiting for a reply DMZ :rotfl: the nut is on the back side of the e-brake handle where the cable attaches. All you do is remove the two screws at the bottom of the center console (in the storage area) to remove the console and you can't miss the adjustment.
So I just noticed a 125 symbol popped up on my dashboard right above the fuel gauge. I just recently got my car back from having the entire engine replaced due it burning through oil at an incredible rate. I’ve looked everywhere but I can’t find what that 125 symbol means. Is this...
First off - I have replaced the follow parts in the cooling system within the past few months:
Thermostat housing (which came with both thermostats)
Performed a full coolant flush with Prestone flush cleaner, distilled water, etc. & bled the system of air
Filled it back...
I have a 2011 compass latitude awd. I have had to bring it into the shop three times now because of the crankshaft code and it stalling out on me. They have replaced the sensor three times supposedly and it’s still doing it. Still sending the same error code.
Any further suggestions...
I mainly get this error at idle (which makes me think vacuum leak), but I've swapped the plug, coil, and injector from another cylinder. Still getting the error on 4.
Anybody have any luck with this code?
I have a 2011 Jeep Compass that will not turn over. It cranks and tries to start but will not start, and I have come to find out that there is not any spark. I was told to try to change the crankshaft position sensor. I have searched and searched online but there is not much about these...
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