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About LynnF

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    North Bethesda, MD
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  • Present cars
    2000 911 Carrera Convertible
    1999 E320 Mercedes AWD Black Station Wagon (with rear seat) known as the "Tank" because it made it through a 53 inch snow transporting people when trucks and other 4WDs could not.
  • Future cars
    Mercedes Station Wagon E Class or GLK (wood paneling mandatory and rear camera optional) both with low mileage, upgrades, years 2009-11 and in White or Black. I am looking for a good value.
  • Former cars
    Jeep Grand Cheeroke
    Lexus 300 or 400
    Maverick
    Honda LXI
  1. 1. Front Trunk 80% of the time will not open. Latch will not engage inside the car. The battery is new. 2. Start up the car and windshield and windows immediately fog up. It doesn't matter what the outside temperature is that day or if it had been raining or sunny. My car is not damp inside. The is not any strange odor when starting the car. I can't see to drive! Need a towel inside to wipe the water. No matter what settings I put the car on for Heat/AC/vents etc. it doesn't help or work for 15 minutes. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  2. I will work on this tomorrow. Thanks for the ideas. Lynn
  3. I left my gas cap off and immediately the error code P0455 showed up. After reading the various posts I understand that I need to do the following: 1. verify that the gas cap seal is not damaged - buy a new gas cap. 2. check for small cracks on the OE cap. 3. reset the code. 1. and 2. appear to be okay and I will triple check. So, how do I reset the code? Thanks for any assistance. Lynn My poor excuse is finals week in grad school. Lame, very lame.
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