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It got bent putting the intake back on and now it's leaking. It is not the pressure valve. What is it called and do I really need it

Drove fine to friends garage, got break pressure then turned off and wont start. Lights and radio work just wont run.

I HAVE A WIRE CONNECTOR THAT IS LOSE THAT PLUGS IN SOMEWHERE BUT I DONT KNOW WHERE.I ALSO GET THE SMELL OF RAW FUEL AS WELL NEED HELP PLEASE ?

Car is slow in acceleration; windows won't roll up/down; AC won't come on-the fan blows but only out the top & bottom vents. The car has 208K miles on it. It has been running well. Spent $900 to have extensive electrical tests done, but it didn't fix the problem. My wife drove off the lot and problem returned. I won't take it back to mechanic until I get specific info of what problem might be.

Technician said engine is holding up by one bracket/mount.

I replaced oil pressure switch, after replacing it now the car won't start just turns. Someone mentioned if I disconnected the battery before i did it Answer is no I just replaced the switch.

my remote wont work and my key wont unlock my doors what could be the problem?when i did get in my car my battery had to be jumped. do u think its the battery or may something with the security system its a 1995 grad prix.

i have heard both it is ok to buy used injectors and then i have heard do not buy rebuildt injectors please advise

when you give car gas or driving and go faster ...the egr valve is getting exhaust out of it...which is making a loud noise??? cat. converter be cloged??

car stalls when its warmed up and tries but doesnt restart. also wont rev over 4000 rpm. ign module tested good

Noticed a grinding noise, similar to the sound of a high-speed metal grinder on the right side of the engine around the tire well when I started the car. It had been sitting for about 11 hours in single digit temperature, but as the engine heated up, the noise stopped.

1995 Pontiac GP(SE) with 3100 engine. Brake pedel frequently (but not aways) "sticks" at the top of its travel position. By applying firm pressure the "sticking" releases the pedel and brakes can be applied normally. Doesn't seem to happen with car not moving (engine running).Does the car have a "proportioning valve" or does the ABS system take care of that aspect of the braking? Again, does not happn all the time but frequently enough to be disconcerting.

Having to replace fluid in overflow about 3 times a week. Leak has been small (each time I drive) amounts on the driver's side of radiator. The fluid is greenish when it leaks.

What is the best way to loosen the 4 bolts that hold the pulley on to get to the water pump?

where is the low pressure service port to refill refrigerant