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after a few minutes it will start and acts like it is doing fine but it is doing it everyday we drive it. it started about a week ago
I had a splash gruard to fall of and after it was taking off and part reordered by shop. I heard a knocking ssound coming from the left side of the car by the front quarter panel. it stops and starts depending on how fast it goes. It has been hit on that side but the repair shop said it wasl all good to go. Can you tell me were you think this noise my be coming from. Scared to drive it and no money for big repair bill.
It sounds like it's cycling on and off.
I just had my safety test done and failed because my parking brake (according to the mechanic) does not stop the car from rolling. I would rather not pay them to fix it. How do I go about the adjustment?
car.now there is only a clicking noise and smells like something burned
Brights and parking light works.
My car has to be cranked once and then the second time it will start. It will never start on the first try no matter how long I crank it. What needs fixed?
Blower work good on both sides and I have tested all flaps.
when ran and warmed up then shut off the truck wont restart till temp cools down it will crank. the trucks not over heating could it be exhaust the rear of exhaust is hotter than the front of ehaust is this normal
there is two hyd. valves above windshield, one is leaking, bought replacement, but having problem installing. chrome shaft needs to be removed and installed on new valve?
My car got hot and died and the coolant overflow cap broke. now when turning the car over it will not start and sprays something from the overflow hose and somthing from the front of the motor to tords the radiator.
1998 Buick Le Sabre Limited 80,000 some miles.
Was told it could be les, or it could be more, because it is a very time consuming job !!
When it warms up, it stalls. To keep it running, we have to shift into neutral and keep a foot on the gas.