2007 honda crv door lock actuator

2018 Audi Q7 - Left Rear Passenger Door Won't Unlock

2023.05.31 02:18 costcoikea 2018 Audi Q7 - Left Rear Passenger Door Won't Unlock

So here's my situation.
When the Q7 is in park (engine off):
  1. When attempting to unlock the Q7 with key fob, all doors unlock except the left rear passenger door.
    1. I pull on the handle from the outside and it will not unlock.
    2. I pull on the handle from the inside and it will not unlock.
  2. When attempting to unlock the Q7 using the driver-side panel door unlock button, all doors unlock except the left rear passenger door.
    1. I pull on the handle from the outside and it will not unlock.
    2. I pull on the handle from the inside and it will not unlock.
When the Q7 is turned on (either accessory or engine on):
  1. All doors unlock including left rear passenger door.
Question is: is this a fuse or a door lock actuator problem?
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2023.05.31 00:44 Old-Disaster-6038 Unknown power draw draining battery and driver side door no longer receiving power.

2007 VW GTI with 135k Miles on it. I’ve been having issues with the battery draining when I don’t use the car frequently enough. I took it to autozone and had the battery and alternator tested and both came out fine. Before I was having battery issues I took it to a shop for a general inspection as I was going on a road trip and asked about the driver side door lock not working properly and shop said it has a bad actuator. I didn’t get it replaced at the time, but also ended up not taking the car as it has some pretty spotty suspension. I came back after 3 weeks to the battery dead once more, but this time after I got it charged none of the buttons on the driver side door work (power windows, locks, electric mirror adjusters) along with the security light that normally flashes when I lock it doesn’t turn on. All of these things worked before I left for my road trip and the car was not driven while I was gone. What would cause all these things that were previously working to no longer work after my battery died again. Could the issues in the driver door also tie into the battery being drained? TIA
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2023.05.30 20:22 altouidia230 Personal vehicle question 2007 Honda Crv

Hello everyone I'm new here, and this is my first post. Now my question. I have recently Changed just about every single suspension component when it comes to my 07 CRV. I have changed the coil shocks, struts, ball joints, rack and pinion, and I have got it professionally aligned after doing so. Everything is torqued to spec and still I have a shake in my steering wheel when braking. That wasn't the issue to begin with all those parts needed to be replaced anyway, but since doing so this issue has begun. The only thing I can think it would be are the rotors (I think Im on the right track here) I replaced the rotors a few years before the suspension, but they were cheap Detroit axle from amazon. I think they have gotten out of round when coming to a stop I can feel the car almost release and catch like they would be out of round. Another issue is the abs and vsa light are on, but I think I may have damaged a sensor on one of the front so I believe that is a simple fix.
So My main question is, is my line of thinking on the rotors correct and is the abs and vsa light probably a sensor?
thanks in advanced for any replies.
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2023.05.30 19:53 No_Candidate_6642 2007 Honda Pilot - Car alarm won't turn off/Lock won't open

I have a 2007 Honda Pilot. The remote key hasn't worked for a long time but I always got by just opening the lock from the key in the driver's side door (the only key entrance on the car). This week, the key stopped turning. I tried lubricating the lock with WD40/Release all. The key goes all the way in now but it still won't turn.
The windshield was cracked so I had it replaced, then unlocked the car from the inside while the windshield was off. Unfortunately now the car alarm won't stop sounding. Is there any solution to this?
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2023.05.30 19:51 zombiequeen05 Found one

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2023.05.30 17:46 jabthejesusfreak The Best Episode of Lost: Days 26 and 27

The updated bracket is here.

Friday's bout ended up being a relative blowout, with The Other Woman being the Juliet episode to advance in the match-up.

Today, we play catchup after the holiday (In the US anyway) with two match-ups to go through. And in this one we have a few interesting episodes to go through. Synopses are below:

"Lockdown" is the 17th episode of Season 2. Sayid, Ana-Lucia and Charlie are having a hard time locating Henry's balloon. The hatch goes into lockdown, and Locke's leg is trapped under the blast door, leaving him at the mercy of Henry to get to the computer and enter the code before time expires. Just before the code is entered, the room becomes lit in blacklight and a sprawling map appears, leaving John with tons of questions. Jack and Sawyer play poker. In flashback, Locke attends his father's funeral, only to find out that his father is still alive and running another con. He agrees to help, but Helen finds out and leaves him.

"Abandoned" is the sixth episode of Season 2. In flashback, we get more of Shannon's history, and it comes to light that Shannon may be less of a prima donna than we initially thought and dealt with a ton of issues because of her step mother after her father's death. On island, Shannon is seeing Walt appear on the island but no one seems to believe her. Sayid does everything he can to make Shannon feel cared for, and eventually sees Walt himself. The Tailies are traveling across the island to get to our original group's camp, but Sawyer is fighting infection so must be carried. Cindy disappears, seemingly captured by The Others. The group runs, and shortly ends up running into Sayid and Shannon. In an instant, Ana-Lucia shoots and kills Shannon, mistaking her for an Other.

"The Variable" is the 14th episode of Season 5. In 2007, Desmond is rushed to the hospital after having been shot by Ben. Eloise approaches Penny stating that this is all her fault. In 1977, Daniel has returned to the island and believes there is a plan to put into motion that will change the future and our group's past: Keeping Oceanic 815 from crashing by detonating Jughead to prevent "the incident" from occuring at The Swan station location. In flashback, we get Daniel's history and the hold his mother had over nearly every life choice he made. The episode's climax comes when Daniel approaches The Others about detonating Jughead, but the result is Eloise shooting Daniel. Daniel realizes that Eloise set him on this course and knew the end result the whole time. Back in 2007, Eloise and Charles Widmore share words outside the hospital, where we learn that Daniel was not just Eloise's son, but Charles's as well.

"The Cost of Living" is the fifth episode of Season 3. The main crux of this episode? RIP Mr. Eko. We get more of Eko's history, including the aftermath of Yemi's death and subsequent flight away on the beechcraft that ends up crashed on the island. His confrontation with the drug lords trying to take the vaccine ends in bloodshed, death, and Eko having to leave. Amira tells him he owes Yemi one church after desecrating theirs. On island, Juliet tries to convince Jack to botch Ben's surgery. Eko has a vision of Yemi and goes back to the beechcraft where The Smoke Monster kills him.

So which two will advance for you? Time to make your picks!

Poll Link: Lockdown VS Abandoned

Poll Link: The Variable VS The Cost of Living
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2023.05.30 16:55 Pristinedrop Unlock/lock problems on drivers door.

When I hit unlock or lock on my key fob all the doors will respond except for the drivers door. I have to manually open it with the key from the inside or flip the lock from the inside. What would cause this? A bad door actuator? This is for an 11th gen.
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2023.05.30 05:20 missanxietea 2017 Accord only auto locks when key fob is inside- advice please

Hi everyone,
I have the weirdest thing going on with my car and I wanted to check in to see if it’s happening to anyone else.
If I have the keys and walk away from the car- car stays unlocked.
If I put the keys in the car and close the door- car locks after 5 secs.
My CRV taught me that I can throw my things in before walking to the driver’s door- but I just keep getting locked out of my accord now lol. 🤦‍♀️
I thought cars weren’t supposed to lock with smart keys?? It’s a used car and I’ve only had it for a year so it’s always done this for as long as I can remember.
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2023.05.30 04:52 pipdog86 Door Lock Actuator Question

Hey guys, my drivers side door isn't locking anymore with the key fob or lock button on the inside. I have a 2013 access cab. Do y'all happen to know the part number for the door lock actuator? I've found a few different ones online and don't know what the correct part number is.
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2023.05.30 02:24 stacksmasher HONDA Mechanics ASSEMBLE!

So... I loaned my 2011 Honda Civic Coupe to my buddy and the alarm is going off.
I need to tell you some info... A few weeks ago someone jammed a screwdriver in the driver's side lock but when the alarm went off they ran. I didn't get it replaced because the car is old with 250K lol!
I also lost the original keys and paid a guy to come out and make me a replacement set but it's only the "Dumb" key and it does not have the buttons to lock or unlock the door. I didnt realise unlocking the door with the key was the only way to turn off the alarm.
I LOVE the car and only use it because I have owned it since it was new but now I can't figure out how to drive it to the lock guy without the alarm blaring in traffic.
What can I do? Should I unlock the doors and remove the negative battery terminal to get it reset? Or maybe plug the horn with some wet toilet paper lol
Thanks for any info you can provide!

UPDATE!!! I was reading online and noticed the procedure for turning off the alarm is to put the key in the lock and unlock it so I just used a screwdriver like the meth head did lol!

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2023.05.29 23:06 ei7024 Caliper bracket bolt stuck! Advice?

So working on my Honda CRV 2007 and was planning on changing the serpentine belt and tensioner pulley due to a rattling noise…in the process of removing the tire THREE wheel studs broke of so now I am trying to attempt removal of the wheel hub BUT one of the two caliper bracket bolts are stuck on TIGHT!!! I am using a Dewalt Max XR 1/2 inch impact wrench and seeing absolutely no movement. Used Pb Blaster to lubricate and no effect either. Ran the wrench on setting #3 for a minute multiple times with no luck.
My 3/8 breaker bar 18in broke in the attempt as well…so gonna try getting it replaced or exchanged for the 1/2 inch pro quality. Cheater pipe was a pvc since I don’t have anything else as a sub.
The only other tool I have is a mini torch but not sure if this is safe or if it will help.
On a side note do I NEED to raise the stake on the spindle nut prior to removal!? Or would an impact wrench work fine with little to no damage?
Using the following link as ref. knuckle_hub_wheel_bearing_replacement
Any and all advice will be appreciated!
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2023.05.29 22:42 H5N1BirdFlu Houston Texas is paying $34200 out the door price for 2023 certified Honda CRV hybrid sport FWD with blind spot a good deal?

It was a dealership loaner had 1989 miles on it.
Do they come with XM radio standard?
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2023.05.29 22:10 xafwodahs How many electric motors (not just drive units) ?

I was watching WeberAuto's video on the HVAC system and was noticing how many pumps (and electric motors in general) there are that I never think of, and I wondered how many electric motors are there in total in a Tesla Model Y, for example. (I'm sure each model and variant will be slightly different).
I thought it would be fun see how many I could come up with, so I tried scanning through the service manual, but that got pretty tedious especially since not all motors are called motors; they may be called actuators, or sometimes just "assemblies". Additionally, some motors might not be serviceable and thus may not be in the manual.
Anyway, here are the general areas I thought of, and my rough guess as to the total (I'm including actuators which are often just small electric motors). Make your own guess before reading :) Also, if anyone has a definitive answer, it would be fun to know.
I'm probably missing a bunch of stuff, but my guess from all of those is over 50 electric motors.
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2023.05.29 16:39 AngelWasTaken Door pulley/part missing or broken? I'm finally getting to replace the door lock actuator after weeks bc parts, but after installing, the door does not close at all, the red arrow is the part that pulls down the actuator to open it, but it felt like a super tight fit, and in orange, it's cracked?

Door pulley/part missing or broken? I'm finally getting to replace the door lock actuator after weeks bc parts, but after installing, the door does not close at all, the red arrow is the part that pulls down the actuator to open it, but it felt like a super tight fit, and in orange, it's cracked? submitted by AngelWasTaken to F30 [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 07:55 philiptherealest I sold my JDM Cube and came back home to old faithful.

I sold my JDM Cube and came back home to old faithful.
The car was stored at my father's house for 3 years while I was living in Japan and it was time for an oil change. I have owned it for 16 years and now I have time to fix it myself. Next I have to replace the rack and pinion bellows, O2 sensor, and the lock actuator for the driver door. I will never get rid of this car. The car has been with me in North America, Europe and Asia
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2023.05.29 07:52 axl_basilio [FLASH GAME][20's] A terror flash game point and click

When i was a child i remember to play a game about a weird orphan, when the game start at the entrace, but it is locked, so you need to walk to the backyard where you find some old swings and sand box, a door and a fuse box, if you look the sand box you might find a draw about something, i cant remember, but if you move some fuse from fuse box, the light come back, you can find a key under the carpet and open the backyard door, then when you get inside, you can move through the first floor, at the first view you have a giant clock and a "god and man" draw, if you watch a couple times the picture it cursed just for a frame or something like that, you solve some puzzles with the clock and everything so you get a key to open a door and go to the stais, at the stairs a phantom kid appear but the game end so you can't know what is going on at the second floor, i remember heard the owner died so the 2nd part never came out, so, it is only the first part, it is something like lost media? im not sure, im not able to find it, i remember a couple pictures, for example i remember a picture about the orphan with a lot of kids in the entrace with a doctor, maybe a year like 2007 or 2006, like "the house" saga times.
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2023.05.29 07:40 Justwonderinif Post Conviction I

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2023.05.29 02:06 Nik17 I traded my GR86 for a Hyundai with a Theta ii

Hi. It’s me. In January I traded my GR86 for an Elantra N. Since them I’ve put about 2500 miles on including one track day, an autocross, and a lot of preschool runs.
Photos and hot lap video https://imgur.com/a/02SffO8 https://streamable.com/m4rvto
Why did I get rid of the GR86? Space. The GR86 can fit two adults and two kids in car seats, however your passenger will be miserable and you’ll have to perform an expert level yoga move each time you put a child in a rear facing convertible car seat. Even just putting my oldest one in her forward facing one is not ideal. Me being me, I started looking and saw that even now in May 2023, these things are still hard to find which mean places are giving top dollar for them.
Why the Elantra N? I realized that this segment is ideal for me. Many people moan about fwd being not fun, but I’ve had just as much fun in fwd as rwd at autocross and on track. This segment gives me fun cars that can do it all, as a dad car DD and something for weekend fun, with mostly no compromises. I went down the list of usual suspects. FL5 CTR: Too expensive. Already had an FK8. Lacking a bit of character. Impossible to find. GRolla: A bit small in the rear for a rear facing car seat. AWD is more of a minus than a plus for me, even though I live in New England. GolfR: A little expensive, too under the radar, too refined. I also considered a DCT F80 M3, but couldn't justify the extra cost, and found it a bit too insulated.
The EN checks all of the right driving boxes for me and even has the option to appease my wife who has always (politely) asked me to get an automatic transmission that she could drive. Until now, I’ve always had a manual. I’m not a die hard 'I must drive everything stick' type person, but I always enjoy driving stick on the street but have said for a while I’d consider a DCT for its telepathic shifting. Of course the one box the EN doesn’t check is the looks. My god the front. I still have no idea what they were thinking (and I don't think the '24 refresh looks much, if any better). As I’ve owned it, it’s grown on me a little. Much like if your friend names their cat or dog something silly, you start to appreciate it as you associate the name with a real thing that takes real pets and belly rubs. I do enjoy the rear light bar, but not the wing that’s crumpled in the middle. I assume this is to aid visibility? And of course the side looks pre-crashed but it can be forgiven.
Interior The interior is good. The Hyundai infotainment is really great. Large, sharp screens for both the gauge cluster and the infotainment. I love how the infotainment screen is slightly angled to the driver. Of course I mostly just use it for carplay but I love the N mode screen. It let’s you make your own custom modes where you can set steering, engine/throttle response, shift speed, suspension, and exhaust. It also has a bunch of customizable settings inside of N mode. Want the DCT to not creep? There’s a setting for that. Want a little kick on upshifts and the trans to really slam home that gear? N power shift will do that for you. Want the DCT to hold revs and know when you’re on a track? N track sense is here for you. Outside of the infotainment the interior is fine. Seats are great, and heated. They light up. Why? ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Some of the plastics are out of a base Elantra, but everything you touch is good, with alcantara on many surfaces. I did have the base GR86, but the EN interior is definitely better in just about every way. And the Hyundai app is wonderful for remote starting with climate control or just quickly and easily unlocking/locking.
One interior-ish quirk, it has no adaptive cruise control. It does have lane keep assist, rear parking sensors, emergency front braking and blind spot monitoring. No ACC is not a huge deal breaker to me as I don’t often go on long highway trips for it, but it would be nice to have.
Driving I like fwd. I like rwd. I’m definitively in the ‘if you hate fwd, you just haven’t driven good fwd at the limit’ camp (sorry). Do I miss leaving T-junctions sideways with rwd? A little. I think the equivalent feeling for fwd is approaching a corner, keeping the revs high, mashing throttle and feel the eLSD just suck you in, like magic. The eLSD is excellent, as is the wet 8 speed dct. It almost always knows which gear you’re going for which means a impressively quick shift. Even if you choose a shift that doesn’t jive, it’s still not slow. Is it as engaging as a manual? Probably not, but the video game-ness of it is fun in its own way. The worst named feature that comes with the DCT is the NGS. Push the button and you get 20 seconds of 25nm more of torque. It’ll also put your exhaust into the state of CA’s favorite Sport+ mode with all of the pops and bangs you could ever want, and if you have the transmission in automatic, it’ll downshift you to the highest gear. The suspension is adjustable, which in partnership with the DCT, helps make the car go from appliance car (in eco mode) to a true fun daily/something that's ready for the track. Suspension in my opinion is soft enough on it's softest setting and just about stiff enough in the stiffest setting. Sticky stock PS4S help the quick turn in, but even with the all-season DWS 06 that I put on for some light winter duty, handling remains good. Power is plenty. I don't think it feels much slower than the CTR when using the NGS feature.
The dealer experience
I’ve bought quite a few cars and this dealership experience was the best. I feel like I read nothing but bad things about Hyundai but was genuinely impressed. The dealership wasn’t that far away, but everything was done via email/electronically. Everything was as smooth as possible, super easy transaction from start to finish.
On track
I did add some light mods, camber bolts (with an alignment bumping the already good front camber from -1.7 -> -2.5 in the front) and 18x9 wheels (from 19x8) and 245/40/18 Kumho V730 tires. Car comes with genuinely track capable brakes and factory filled with DOT4. Car was terrific at my local track, Thompson for an SCCA Track Night in America event. Oil gets a little warm, like just about any turbo 4, but factory gauges are great and coolant temp stays reasonable. DCT really comes to life on track where it feels like you’re shifting in a video game. Car was about 1.5s faster than my GR86, which was on a stickier tire (Falken RT660). I can’t wait to track it more.
What’s next? Nothing for a while. Going to feed it fluids, brakes and tires and enjoy it. I would honestly still have the CTR if the market weren’t so wild. Which is better? At least for the FK8, I prefer the EN in most ways. The main difference between the two is character. The FK8 does everything well but without fan fare or drama. Exactly the opposite of its boy racer looks. It’s like Honda set out to build the best hot hatch but forgot that being the best doesn’t necessarily make it the most fun. The EN is brimming with character. It has torque steer, the exhaust can make hilariously loud pops and bangs (and only if you want it to), and the seats light up. Hyundai knew that people want fun. Of course the Honda will have better resale value and potentially be more reliable but the EN makes me feel more, which is kind of why we buy these things.
Cons and quirks Only two front cup holders. Front door pocket bottle holders only hold small bottles/could be more usable. No rear climate vents, sorry kids. No adaptive cruise Rear strut bar limits pass through trunk storage but it is fairly easily removable.
Happy to answer any and all questions about the car.
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2023.05.28 21:00 MTB_ScoutnStuff I need help with my door handles

I recently replaced the door lock actuator on my 2000 Golf GLS, it works just fine but the problem is, is that the door handles seem to just disconnect randomly. What are some causes of this and how do I fix it?
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2023.05.28 04:51 Junior_Button5882 11 Terrifying-But-True Horror Stories Reported in the News - From fatal exorcisms to unexplained deaths and devil worship—these are some real-life nightmares.

A terrifying movie or book or show gets your blood pumping in the moment of consumption, sure—we covered our eyes in Squid Game with the rest of the world. But for the most part, you rest easy afterward knowing that what you've witnessed is fiction, deliberately spun up to creep you out. When the real world gets eerier than anything Stephen King could dream up, that's when you have every right to get a little scared of the dark.
Once in a while, a story of a dreadful disappearance, demonic possession, or devil worship will land in the local paper instead of a pulpy old paperback. We've rounded up the most unnerving real-life tales below. In honor of spooky season, here are eleven we can't stop thinking about.

The Axe Murder House

The Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, Iowa is a well-known tourist attraction for ghost hunters and horror lovers alike. The site of a gruesome unsolved 1912 murder, in which six children and two adults had their skulls completely crushed by the axe of an unknown perpetrator, was purchased in 1994, restored to its 1912 condition, and converted into a tourist destination. It costs $428 a night to stay at the old haunted home, where visitors always report strange paranormal experiences, such as visions of a man with an axe roaming the halls or the faint screams of children.
But in November of 2014, the haunting took a darker turn. Robert Steven Laursen Jr., 37, of Rhinelander, Wisconsin was on a regular recreational paranormal visit with friends when true horror struck. Per VICE:
His companions found him stabbed in the chest—an apparently self-inflicted wound—called 9-1-1, and Laursen was brought to a nearby hospital before being helicoptered to Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said Laursen suffered the self-inflicted injury at about 12:45 a.m., which is around the same time the 1912 axe murders in the house began.
Laursen recovered from his injuries, but has never spoken publicly about what occurred that day. For Martha Linn, the owner of the home, the incident was very upsetting. "It's publicity, but it's not exactly the kind of publicity you desire to have. I don't want people thinking that when they come to the Villisca Axe Murder House something's going to happen that's going to make them do something like that.” The house remains open for tourist visits and overnight stays today.
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The Haunted Doll

When you think of haunted dolls, it’s likely the creepy old Victorian-looking porcelain kind that springs to mind. None of which you probably have laying around. Still, don’t get too comfortable around any kids toys too soon, though: a Disney’s Frozen Elsa doll that was gifted for Christmas 2013 in the Houston area made headlines earlier this year when it seemingly became haunted.
Per KPRC2 Houston News:
The doll recited phrases from the movie Frozen and sang “Let It Go” when a button on its necklace was pressed.
“For two years it did that in English,” mother Emily Madonia said. “In 2015, it started doing it alternating between Spanish and English. There wasn’t a button that changed these, it was just random."
The family has owned the doll for more than six years and never changed its batteries. The mother says the doll would randomly begin to speak and sing even with its switch turned off.
The family decided to throw the creepy doll out in December of 2019. Weeks later, they found it inside a bench in their living room. “The kids insisted they didn’t put it there, and I believed them because they wouldn’t have dug through the garbage outside,” Madonia told KPRC2 Houston News.

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At that point, Elsa ceased to sing the English rendition of “Let It Go” altogether, speaking only Spanish when pressed. The family then double-bagged the bizarre doll and placed it at the bottom of their garbage which was taken out on garbage day. They went on a trip shortly after, but when they returned, Elsa too had come back, and was waiting in the backyard of their home.
This time, the family mailed Elsa to a family friend in Minnesota, who taped the haunted doll to the front bumper of his truck. It doesn’t seem to have made its way back to Houston yet, as per Madonia’s latest February Facebook update on the creepy doll.

A Deadly Exorcism

In August 2016 in North London, 26-year-old Kennedy Ife began acting strange and aggressive following a pain in his throat. He reportedly bit his father, threatened to cut off his own penis, and complained of a python or snake inside of him before his family restrained him to a bed with cable ties and excessive force.
As the BBC reported:
“The family then set about attempting to ‘cure’ Kennedy through restraint and prayer over the next three days, the court was told.”
His brother, Colin Ife, told police:
“It’s clear that thing was in him, what we believed was a demon because it was not natural. It was clearly trying to kill him,” he said.
“We had to restrain him for himself. It was clear if we didn’t restrain him, he could have tried to harm people in our family.”
Kennedy Ife had been bound to his bed for three days without medical attention when his brother called emergency services, explaining that Kennedy Ife was complaining of dehydration. He appeared to have developed breathing issues, and was pronounced dead at 10:17 a.m.
As The Independent reported:
While police were at the house Colin Ife allegedly carried out an “attempted resurrection” by chanting and praying for Mr. Ife.
All seven of Kennedy Ife’s family members were accused of manslaughter, false imprisonment, and causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult. A post-mortem examination revealed over 60 wounds including a possible bite on Kennedy Ife’s body, and his father, Kenneth Ife, along with four of his brothers, sustained injuries as well.
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The BBC reported:
Kenneth Ife told jurors he ordered his sons to take shifts and use "overwhelming force" but denied that an "association with cults, occults and secret societies" played any part in the death.
After a four day jury deliberation, all seven family members were cleared of charges on March 14, 2019.
📷Witches prepare themselves for a journey by broomstick to the Black Mountain, circa 1650. From a 17th century Dutch copperplate by Adrianus Hubertus.Hulton Archive

Dead Animals in the Walls

When the Bretzuis family decided to insulate their home in Auburn, Pennsylvania in 2015, they discovered that it had already been—with scores of dead animal carcasses.
As Fox reported:
The dead animals were wrapped in newspapers from the 1930s and 40s and were among half-used spices, and other items.
After removing the items they sent hundreds of artifacts and carcasses to an expert in Kutztown.
The expert attributed the rotting animals in their walls to Pow-wow or Dutch magic, a ritual originating in the culture of the Pennsylvania Dutch to treat ailments and gain physical and spiritual protection. The Pennsylvania Dutch were a group of German-speaking settlers to Pennsylvania in the 1600 and 1700’s, and are often of Lutheran, Mennonite, or Amish faiths.
The Washington Post notes on the magic:
Many of the spells deal with the care of livestock, finding water, or the treatment of minor ailments, reflecting the conditions and concerns of early American settlers.
But powwow also has within it a tradition of darker spells, and even of such things as conjuring demons.
One notable ritual in their tradition is this hex to create loyalty in a dog:
To attach a dog to a person, provided nothing else was used before to effect it: Try to draw some of your blood, and let the dog eat it along with his food, and he will stay with you.
The mold found on the rotting carcasses in the Bretzuis home has caused illness among the family members, and they say that the odor hasn’t gone away.
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Florida Devil Worshipping

Friends noticed that Danielle Harkins, a 35-year-old schoolteacher near St. Petersburg, Florida, started acting strangely in June of 2012, developing an interest in demonic rituals.
Soon after, she was arrested for abuse of seven of her former students, as the Tampa Bay Times reported:
Danielle Harkins told the kids they needed to rid their bodies of demons as the group gathered before dusk Saturday around a small fire near the St. Petersburg Pier. They should cut their skin to let the evil spirits out, police said she told the children. Then, they needed to burn the wounds to ensure that those spirits would not return.
When Harkins held a lighter to one teen's hand, wind blew the flame out, police said. That prompted her to douse his hand in perfume before setting it on fire. The boy suffered second-degree burns, police said.
Another teen was cut on the neck with a broken bottle, police said. Harkins used a flame to heat a small key, which she then used to cauterize the wound.
The police were notified because a friend of one of the students who participated in the ritual raised alarms. However none of the students themselves told their parents about the event or would comment following the arrest of Harkins for aggravated battery and child abuse.
NBC reported:
Investigators said they've spoken to Harkins, but she didn't spell out what type of religion would require such drastic measures.
"She hasn't informed us exactly what she was trying to accomplish with this," Puetz [of the St. Petersburg Police Department] said.

The Death of Elisa Lam

Elisa Lam was last seen on January 31, 2013 in the lobby of the Cecil Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. She was vacationing through the West Coast, documenting the trip on her blog, and checking in with her parents every day. On January 31 those calls stopped. Lam had vanished. Soon the police were involved and her parents arrived to help with the search.
They had nothing. That February, LAPD released elevator surveillance footage of Lam before her disappearance. The footage shows Lam behaving strangely in the elevator, appearing to talk with invisible people, peering around the corner of the door, crouching in the corner, and opening and closing the door. But what exactly is going on in this video raises more questions than answers. Theories range from psychotic episodes, to demonic possession, to unknown assailants just out of the camera's view:
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Around that time, hotel guests started reported weird things happening with the Cecil Hotel water supply. As CNN reports:
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"The shower was awful," said Sabina Baugh, who spent eight days there during the investigation. "When you turned the tap on, the water was coming black first for two seconds and then it was going back to normal."The tap water "tasted horrible," Baugh said. "It had a very funny, sweety, disgusting taste. It's a very strange taste. I can barely describe it."But for a week, they never complained. "We never thought anything of it," she said. "We thought it was just the way it was here."
On the morning of February 19, a hotel employee climbed to the roof and used a ladder to investigate the hotel's water storage tanks. That's where authorities found the decomposing, naked body of Lam, whose personal items were found nearby. After an autopsy, her death was labeled accidental. NBC Los Angeles reported at the time about the strange circumstances in the hotel's past:
The tank has a metal latch that can be opened, but authorities said access to the roof is secured with an alarm and lock.The single-room-occupancy hotel has an unusual history. "Night Stalker" Richard Ramirez, who was found guilty of 14 slayings in the 1980s, lived on the 14th floor for several months in 1985. And international serial killer Jack Unterweger is suspected of murdering three prostitutes during the time he lived there in 1991. He killed himself in jail in 1994.In 1962, a female occupant jumped out of one the hotel's windows, killing herself and a pedestrian on whom she landed.
In February 2021, a Netflix doc called Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel explored Elisa's tragic case and the history of the "cursed" Cecil Hotel.

An Exorcism in Indianapolis

Last year, the Indianapolis Star published a lengthy report on a family terrorized by three children allegedly possessed by demons. The account of Latoya Ammons and her family tells disturbing stories of children climbing up the walls, getting thrown across rooms, and children threatening doctors in deep unnatural voices. It would seem like something straight out of a movie–a work of fantasy, except all of these accounts were more or less corroborated with "nearly 800 pages of official records obtained by the Indianapolis Star and recounted in more than a dozen interviews with police, DCS personnel, psychologists, family members and a Catholic priest."
One of the more chilling sections of the report includes a segment about the possessed 9-year-old:
According to Washington's original DCS report—an account corroborated by Walker, the nurse—the 9-year-old had a "weird grin" and walked backward up a wall to the ceiling. He then flipped over Campbell, landing on his feet. He never let go of his grandmother's hand.
Another segment of the piece reads:
The 12-year-old would later tell mental health professionals that she sometimes felt as if she were being choked and held down so she couldn't speak or move. She said she heard a voice say she'd never see her family again and wouldn't live another 20 minutes.
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Utah Murder-Suicide

In September of 2014, a Utah teen returned to his home to find his parents and three siblings dead. "In a notebook, a 'to-do list' had been scribbled on the pages ... The list looked as if the parents were readying to go on vacation—items such as 'feed the pets' and 'find someone to watch after the house' were written," The Salt Lake Tribune reported. It appeared to be murder-suicide, but there was no suicide note, no prior indication that they would do this, no explanation. Police could not figure out why two parents would kill themselves and three of their four children.
For a year, no one knew exactly what happened to the family, or what would drive the parents to do something so unthinkable. In January, police released more chilling details in the case. According to accounts from family members and an investigation by police, the parents were driven by a belief that the apocalypse was coming and an obsession with a convicted killer. As the Washington Post reported:
Friends and family told police that the parents were worried about the "evil in the world" and wanted to escape a "pending apocalypse." But most assumed they just wanted to move somewhere "off the grid." Investigators also found letters written by Kristi Strack to one of the state's most infamous convicted killers, Dan Lafferty, who was convicted in the 1984 fatal stabbing of his sister-in-law and her 1-year-old daughter. According to trial testimony, he killed the victims at the order of his brother, Ron Lafferty, who claimed to have had a revelation from God. The story became a book called "Under the Banner of Heaven."Police said Kristi Strack became friends with Dan Lafferty, and she and her husband even visited him in prison.

The Phone Stalker

In 2007, ABC news documented a series of cell phone calls to families with terrifyingly specific death threats. The unidentified callers knew exactly what families were doing and what they were wearing.
The families say the calls come in at all hours of the night, threatening to kill their children, their pets and grandparents. Voice mails arrive, playing recordings of their private conversations, including one with a local police detective.The caller knows, the families said, what they're wearing and what they're doing. And after months of investigating, police seem powerless to stop them.
This went on with the Kuykenall family for months, who reported a caller with a scratchy voice threatening to slit their throats.
When the Fircrest, Wash., police tried to find the culprit, the calls were traced back to the Kuykendalls' own phones -- even when they were turned off.It got worse. The Kuykendalls and two other Fircrest families told ABC News that they believe the callers are using their cell phones to spy on them. They say the hackers know their every move: where they are, what they're doing and what they're wearing. The callers have recorded private conversations, the families and police said, including a meeting with a local detective.

"The Watcher"

After moving into their $1.3 million dream home, a New Jersey family started receiving creepy death threats from someone who identified themselves as "The Watcher." As CBS News reported earlier this year:
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Since moving in, the owners said they have received numerous letters from the mysterious person. "The Watcher" claimed the home "has been the subject of my family for decades," and "I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for its second coming," Castro reported.The new owners have several children, and other letters asked, "Have they found out what's in the walls yet?" and "I am pleased to know your names now, and the name of the young blood you have brought to me."
The family was forced to flee from their home and later filed a lawsuit against the previous owners.

Issei the Cannibal

In 1974, 24-year-old Wako University student Issei Sagawa allegedly followed a German woman to her home in Tokyo, Japan, broke into her apartment while she was sleeping, and attempted to cut a piece of flesh off her body to consume. When she awoke, she reportedly fought him and he was later captured by the police. According to a 2012 Vice documentary that covered Issei's bizarre story, he was mistakenly charged with attempted rape and his wealthy father paid the victim a settlement outside of court to have the charges dropped.
Seven years later, in 1981, he allegedly committed a murder in France—shooting and eating a fellow University student, Renée Hartevelt. Issei creepily documented the entire experience with photographs and he was captured by authorities once again while attempting to dump the rest of her body in the Bois de Boulogne lake. He was deported back to Japan and committed to a mental institution. For reason unknown, his psychologists in Japan declared that he was sane. Furthermore, a legal technicality involving the French government refusing to turn over the documents from his case meant that his murder charges were dropped completely. He checked himself out of the mental hospital and has reportedly been walking the streets as a free man ever since. Issei has even become a controversial celebrity, writing over 20 books. According to Japan Today, he most recently fantasized about an unnamed TV actress, saying:
"I'll catch a glimpse of her thigh and think, 'That sure looks tasty.' But I don't feel like I actually want to eat it. As I accomplished the act of cannibalism once, there's no meaning to maintaining the desire for it anymore. In my book, I wrote that it [human flesh] was tasty, but that was not really true; I'd much rather eat Matsuzaka (Kobe) beef. But because I'd desired to consume human flesh for so long, I'd managed to convince myself that it would necessarily be delicious."
Issei Sagawa was also referenced in the Rolling Stones song "Too Much Blood," with the lyrics reading: "And when he ate her he took her bones/To the Bois de Boulogne." He is currently 73 years old and continues to live in Kawaski City, Japan. To this day, no one knows why France did not allow Japan to give him a trial.
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2023.05.28 04:08 Winfir 1/4 inch window problem

Hello, I own a 2006 eclipse GT and I went to the trouble to open up my passenger door and replace the door lock actuator today. man what a pain. Anyways, the lock works perfectly now,.
However, when I open up my passenger door, it’ll drop a quarter of an inch, then when I close it, the window won’t go back up.
I am able to roll up the window manually, it just won’t adjust by itself, wondered if anyone knew of a solution, the drivers door has no problem. thanks in adavance.
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