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post #16 of 53 (permalink) Old 11-01-2018, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
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ok got it thanks for all the info and nice pic peva
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Doesn't cost anything to try. Let us know if it takes care of the problem.

Also you can replace the transducer without evacuating the A/C system if that's the case.
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got it unplug will be testing it in the next few days i sure hope this was the problem
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Doesn't cost anything to try. Let us know if it takes care of the problem.

Also you can replace the transducer without evacuating the A/C system if that's the case.
got it unplugged but it did not solve the issue,one thing I noticed if I let the car sit for like overnite it will not start I have to pull the fuses to get it to restart ......something is just not right and I can`t put my finger on it its got to be something with the electrical firing ignition combination........bad coils or spark plugs would not do that would they?
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What do the contact points in the PDC look like? Where you're pulling the fuses/relays. Are they corroded or loose fit?
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What do the contact points in the PDC look like? Where you're pulling the fuses/relays. Are they corroded or loose fit?
Been out but im back ,PDC? I heard that before but not sure what that is remind me,yeah the fuses are under the hood and the contacts are decently clean no corrosion everything is tight where the relays plug into and fuses
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Have you replaced the Relays and Fuses with new ones? If not do it and then report back.
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Been out but im back ,PDC? I heard that before but not sure what that is remind me,yeah the fuses are under the hood and the contacts are decently clean no corrosion everything is tight where the relays plug into and fuses
ooh ok PDC that`s where the relays and fuses plug into I will be taking it apart to get a good look at the under side to see if there are and loose connections
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Have you replaced the Relays and Fuses with new ones? If not do it and then report back.
I replaced the 2 10 amp fuses(PCM,ASD/PCM) have not replaced the Shutdown Relay nor the Starter Relay
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Replace the relays with new ones. Not something used.
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Have you replaced the Relays and Fuses with new ones? If not do it and then report back.
those are just regular relays right I mean i can just take them out and go to autozone or advanced and match them up correct?
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Should be standard automotive relays. Nothing special about them.
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Should be standard automotive relays. Nothing special about them.
ok don`t want autozone trying to sell me a 20.00 relay when i can get one for 3-5 dollars know what I mean
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Get the information printed on top of the relay and Google it! Or go to one of the Auto Parts Stores with that same info and see what comes back. Or look up ASD relay for your model car on the parts stores websites.
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