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No chip key wide ripped off to wire chip sensor out of the ignition
Hi, I have a 98 Buick that overheats whether driving or still. The radiator is 4-5 years old I've done the water pump and 2 thermostats in the last year. I've also flushed it and bled it properly. Also I just changed 3 fan relays and it still overheats. It's not mixing water and there doesn't seem to be any in the motor so it doesn't look like a blown gasket. I'm pretty much out of ideas as to what it could be. Any help would be appreciated!
Our car was towe and when we got it back it was hard to turn left really had to pull stirringwheel. While trying to find out why, driving it now the stirring wheel locks n now it's hard to turn at all
I replaced the cam shaft sensor
the traction light blinks on and off,and it becomes harder to control the car. Could the traction control be deactivated or possibly the tie rods are bad? Could you help me with a fix. Thank you.
What is the labor cost for a front brake job on a 98 Buick century?
I changed the Heater/Ac door actuator motor but it didn't fix the problem. Any other suggestions??
It's only a couple miles each way and I can't afford to fix it for 5 days or so. It just broke. It broke on the passenger side right at the end of the bar where it connects to the control arm. Please let me know. It is my only vehicle. Thanks.
Mechanic says A/C actuator ?blade? is stuck and must be replaced. Also needs frion charged, A/C system vacuum, and oil compressor???? Does this sound correct?
Is $385.00 a competitive price for this work?
Fluid full happened suddenly without warning