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To paraphrase:Global warming a myth? Wow, apparently some have successfully avoided viewing pictures of Greenland or the Antarctic ice sheet. By the way, global warming is not weather it is climate. Big difference. I am betting on my property in mid Maryland becoming beach front for my grand children.
Wow. I recommend that some catch up on the growth of the ice caps the last couple of years. As well, they might want to catch up on the misleading interpretation of data that the global warming group was caught in several years ago when emails were exposed.
Otherwise, I would also suggest avoiding this political topic because others have differing, varied opinions on this highly scientific topic that has been hijacked as a political financial issue by the carbon TAX folks.
Did you check the fuse diagrams in the owners manual to see if there is a separate fuse for the left and the right doors? On sedans, IIRC, there is a separate fuse for the front and for the rear doors. Then your next question is if there is a control module in that door that takes the commands and passes them to the appropriate motors. The control module may be defective or the power wire to it may have broken where it flexes passing from the A-pillar into the front of the door, usually through a rubber protector sleeve.
To avoid wasting money, you're gonna need to do some detective work with an electrical meter after checking for fuses.
I've waited to post because I think others will know more and know better. But I think you've answered your own problem here with the burnt contacts and burned plastic holding those contacts. That allows movement to cause the contacts to loose connection. Your best bet would be the fuse block from a wrecked truck. Probably lots of work to switch. Or insert fresh contacts into just those spots and cobble insulated and protected wiring to the fuse and the relay contacts.
I have a 97 Tahoe 4 wheel drive 5.7 liter. It is dying while running down the road. When I open the hood I noticed the fuse block was extremely hot I opened it and noticed the fuel pump relay fuse was burnt somewhat and the spot the fuse fits in the fuse block is burnt a little as well. it will go down the road anywhere from 100 yards 2 8 miles before it dies. Any help would be very appreciated assoonas possiblethank you very much sorry if some of the words are running together it's my phone.
Don't forget to remove the battery ground before working here.
Jackpot. The passion for the 150 in the earlier search made me feel that was theThere it was---staring me right in the face, the most beautiful set of wheels I had seen in quite some time. I was nearly breathless as I moved closer.
I'll go for $1000 on a Ford pickup truck like he had been looking at earlier!
case because of the passion alluded to in Episode 1 of the story.
Congratulations on your purchase and double congratulations on being so
happy with your choice. Enjoy.
@henryn said: You have got to be kidding me. Listening to Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity is "open minded"????
LOL. I said Fox NEWS... most people can distinguish between opinion shows and the news carried throughout the day. I am able, as well, to pick out overstatement and facts from two sides, if existent, of a topic. However, Rachel Madcow, Ronan Farrow, Al Sharpie, the lady with tampons as earring, of NBC fame, Walt Blitzer and others suggest they are reporting news when instead they are giving commentary.