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My car recently was overheating when you drove it for more than 2 minutes. My dad changed everything he could think of in the front of it, including : thermostat, radiator, fan, belts, water pump, & fuses. It quit ove...
If we use the A/C, we have a puddle of water in the passenger floor. It gets up to an inch deep if used for a long while. The drain is cleaned out. So it's not backing up. Does anyone know what may be causing this...
We were told the routers and brake pads needed to be done when my husband wtarted he realized the routers were fine. So he replaced the pads now it's rubbingagainst the routers and seems llike the caliber isn't sittin...
Flasher was taken out and put back in due to my left signal would not turn off. When he (husband) put the flasher back in the car has no power.
I recall this happened last time I removed battery cables for cleaning and then the engine wouldn't idle, then after some time it would idle, I dont recall what fixed it, I'm sure a component or sensor needs to reset,...
When I drive my car 30 miles or more the floorboard becomes soaked with water and I have no clue what to do for it. Any suggestions are appreciated
When removing changing the spark plugs one was broken. How bad is this? expensive to fix? car has about 140,000 miles.
The car has 230,000 miles on it. I want to sell it soon but a valve is ticking on it and I dont want to sell it that way. I can acquire a good used head for 150 but I need to know how long it would take to replace the...
how do you replace the front axel bearings ,this is the bearing in the diff that the cv joint slides into
I am trying to tighten/loosen the exhaust pipe (flange between exhaust pipe and catalytic converter?) bolts/springs but am having a hard time figuring out what sized wrench I need for the exhaust bolts. Its difficult ...
From what I can find it means that the ISC Solenoid Valve signal #1 circuit malfunction low input. What is this and where is it? Can it easily be replaced?