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Why Do My Truck Brake Lights Stay On

Why Do My Truck Brake Lights Stay On

Why Do My Truck Brake Lights Stay On. Several things can make this happen. Something as simple as the Brake Light Switch sticking will make your Brake Lights stay on. Another reason the Brake Lights may stay lit while driving is a shorted/melted fuse panel. Bare wires in the wire harness for the brake lights can be hard to find. Sometimes the best fix is to replace the whole wiring harness. If your Truck has Brake Lights that stay on or don’t work at all give us a call we can fix any of your electrical issues that your Truck may have

Why Does My Check Engine Light Keep Coming On

Why Does My Check Engine Light Keep Coming On

Why Does My Check Engine Light Keep Coming On. This is a question we get asked about frequently. The Check Engine Light is supposed to come on when the vehicles emission levels increase 1.5% above EPA emissions standards. The vehicles onboard computer is monitoring the sensors and the oxygen content in the exhaust. The PCM can correct for small problems such as engine wear and fuel quality to a certain extent. If a sensor sends back a reading that is higher than the emission standards the Check Engine Light comes on. When you take your vehicle to a shop to get checked out, they hook a scan tool to your vehicle. This helps to get the codes and a diagnostic starting point. One of the misconceptions that is out there is the scan tool tells you what part to replace and then your Check Engine Light will go off. While this may happen once in a great while the truth is that a lot of parts get replaced that don’t need to be and ends up costing you, the consumer a lot more money than ... read more

Why Is My Peterbilt Losing Power

Why Is My Peterbilt Losing Power

Why Is My Peterbilt Losing Power? This is a great question many things come into play of Why Is My Peterbilt Losing Power. Two simple reasons could be plugged Fuel Filter or a plugged Air Filter. If you have restriction gauges installed in your Peterbilt or Kenworth that is simple enough to see if they are restricted. Another Possibility on later model Peterbilt or Kenworth Trucks is that a sensor may be reading wrong, and it is in a Derate Mode where it’s cutting the power to the engine by 25% or more. This can be a little trickier to fix. If the CHECK ENGINE LIGHT IS ON, it will have a code set that will guide the technician in the general direction. This can take specialized software such as CUMMINS INSITE or DAVIE IV depending on whether you have a Cummins engine or Paccar engine in your Peterbilt or Kenworth. We have both CUMMINS INSITE and DAVIE IV software to use to find out Why Is My Peterbilt Losing Power. If it ends up needing a new Calibration File to fix your engine ... read more

Why Doesn't My Car Crank Over

Why Doesn't My Car Crank Over

Why Doesn’t My Car Crank Over? There are multiple reasons that this can occur. One of the simplest causes of this condition is a Battery that is at the end of its life and needs to be replaced. Another cause of Why Doesn’t My Car Crank Over is a Failure within the Electrical Starting System such as a Starter Relay failing. A Harder Electrical Issue to find is a bad spot in the wiring, a failed connector, or an Electrical Connector Pin and Socket that has loose retention problem. This will Create heat in the circuit while you are trying to Crank Your Car Over. Over Time this will create so much heat that the connector will fail, and the pin will burn out not allowing current to flow through the connector creating a Crank No Start Condition. If your vehicle exhibits a Why Doesn’t My Car Crank Over give us a call and it would be our pleasure to fix your vehicle for you

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Why Do My BMW Headlights Flicker

Why Do My BMW Headlights Flicker

Why Do My BMW Headlights Flicker? There are many reasons for Why Do My BMW Headlights Flicker. One of the reason’s could be a Failure in The Electrical System caused by a bare or corroded wire. The reasons for the bare wire and corrosion could be caused by the wiring harness not being held correctly and it’s rubbing against the car frame causing the bare spot and corrosion. Another reason may be that a rodent got into the vehicle and started chewing on the wires allowing them to short to other circuits in the vehicle. This could cause multiple Electrical Failure symptom’s such as your BMW Car Battery Dying suddenly or the Dash Randomly Flashes. If you are Experiencing Electrical Failure’s In your BMW give us a call and we would be happy to fix your BMW for you

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