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Is there anything easy ona 2002 axiom to repair?

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Old 07-18-2016, 09:40 AM
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Default Is there anything easy ona 2002 axiom to repair?

Hello Opah here have a story probably the same story for many out there.
Thermostat replacement 6 hours later a couple of custom heated and bent box ends and its done, Or I thought.
mow Aux fan not coming on and can find no info on where the sensor or thermo switch is? Any help out there?
I will not go into the frustration of getting the Fan out to test, it did test good! For right now it is connected though a 20amp fuse that comes on and off with the ignition Key.
To Make this Long and painful repair story a little shorter, all back together and looking good and now I smell Gas! Gas line behind the intake in the middle of the fuel rail leaking! here we go again, taking the intake out of the way.
By the way its my brothers car TG
But a little More about me, a Hunter, fisherman, camper, Hiker, all of the outdoors. Like the Isuzu Axiom being a major PITA, here I sit in S cal. Hunting Fishing PITA. But on most days its all good, just the lack of information on this SUV, is there even a Chilton's manual on it?
 
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