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first gear shifter arm came loose, broken, couldn't shift. when car was towed and rolled off tow truck I think that clutch was not engaged because now something underneath, attached to shifter is also broke. what could it be, is it serious where I will need an entire transmission? or just some rods

Car will not start, most of the time, when it does it will shut off on you or wont start again. It is getting spark and there is lots of pressure in the fuel line. The inertia switch in the back is also ok. Any thoughts?

Hi I have a 94 Capri that has had an overheating problem since I bought the car. It has the radiator new hoses, new water pump, replaced. Drive it for 20-30-even 40 minutes with out stopping and it is fine. Stop once for 4-5 minutes restart the car and it is hot(no fans have come on at all)it will continue to run hot until I turn on the heat to the hotest , highest setting and let it run. That is not very practical at 95 degrees. Do the fans have a relay or switch, sensor, somewhere that I need to check. There is a fan outside the radiator, and one inside. Not sure if one was added trying to cool things down. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Steve

I don't know if i have a fan problem, (don't know when they should come on) It also seems I have one on the outside of the radiator, and one inside. Do they have relays, is there a place I can go to find a wiring diagram for the fans? This car has a new water pump, and does fine running cool until you stop at a store for a few minutes, or a couple stop signs or lights and then it gets hot and the only way to cool it down is to run the heater full blast to help dissipate the heat. In 95 degree heat this is not practical. thanks for any help you can offer.