if you do see movement in the hinge they make rebuild kits that are brass inserts for the pins that hold the door on. I would not recommend to do this yourself unless you have work on doors before. ask a friend or take it to a repair shop. sorry no easy fix for this. if the pins are worn. nick
check all of the grounds to the amp and to the radio. bad grounds could be the issue because the radio pulls more of a load with any amps or anything else connected to it. also disconnect the remote? does that work. try taking out your input lines one at a time see what happens. try taking one of the input connectors and switch left to right. any changes. write back with what happens nick
Julie yes you can fix it yourself the thermistor is located on the housing of the drum. you need to be a bit handy but you can do it. make sure model make and style is correct. go to your local dealer and look at the part " thermistor" then go home and look on the drum and find you part. if you have a meter disconnect the part and check the ohm reading. to do this set meter to ohm setting and put the connector on each end of the wires going in and out of the switch if the meter stays at zero the switch is bad replace switch.
is the motor pulley spinning? if yes check the tension on the adjuster. if not take a volt meter and check power at the motor. if power is there replace motor. if no power there is a fusible link that supplies power. check for power before link. if power is there replace fusible link. nick
ok most of time its a fuel system issues a lot of the time go to fuel cap pull it off inspect the seal around the cap any tear or signs of wear. Replace if necessary. after 5 or 6 drive cycles it will turn off. if it comes on again or stays on, go to your local part store and have them read the code with the scanner. its free. you may have to replace the cap. They might also tell you its an o2 sensor, ask them to show you on the car where it is. then buy a 02 sensor and replace it your self. saving you about a $100. remember any light that comes on in your car go have it check out and do the work yourself. saving you lots of cash. nick