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also if you can give labor hours would be really healpfull

What should it cost to replace a clock spring on a 2005 Ford Taurus?

THIS BEEN HAPPEN FOR MORE THAN A MONTH I PUT STEERING FLUID INTO IT , SOFTEN THE SOUND BUT SOUNDS RIGHT UP AGAIN . WHAT TO DO

When I let off brake it takes off and then is fine until I want to stop.I have to shift to N to stop for fear of burning up brakes and trans.

No temporary solutions have worked.
Has occured once or twice before but now it seems permanent.
Have switched key ignition, along with the VATS module and matching key.

codes PO455, PO703

Today it began to bog down and would barely go over 30. It chugs and acts like it does not want to run at all. The squealing is worse and it is getting gas. When in park it revs perfectly. This only happens when I am driving it.

my battery was replaced now my soft top dont work.can i reprogram this myself.or what ever has to be done

Im guessing thats the problem considering my antifreeze fluid is mixing with my motor oil, and has this buttery green look to the oil from the motor. please help and any shops with good prices in dallas, tx 75232

is there a tool or trick to knowing the a drive belt is at the tension

does this type of repair

I've had my 2004 hyundai santa fe for less than a year and have been experiencing a lot of hesitations and misfires while driving and the vehicle has warmed up. we originally took it to a shop and we had the codes read by a mechanic we trusted and we were given codes P0303 and p0335, misfire in cylinder 3 and crankshaft positioning sensor malfunction. my mechanic said we would have to take it to a dealership to fix it due to his lack of tools for the job, but he felt that they were related.

It's been a month since we've had the sensor replaced, and we are having even more issues with the hesitation and rough running. I live in a rural area and the nearest Hyundai dealership is about 30-40 miles away, we don't like driving the vehicle farther than work(7 miles and back) a day.

I'm about to put a for sale sign in the car and just sell it for what ever I can get for it and purchase another vehicle that may be cheaper, but won't run like garbage.

I was wondering what was the best way to go about it.

I used to change my engine oil every 3000 miles.
My mechanic told me to do fuel injector service, radiator service and power steering fluid flush. are they necessary to do immediately? Can you follow this in steps each months?

Everything seems to be working except the starter. No clicking or any other noises from it.