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Lehigh Acres, FL

I am a auto repair shop owner. I have 40 + years experience in the industry.


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Vac to the control head or bad control head,


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The purge solenoid has nothing to do with this problem. Sounds like a fuel pump or hall effect sensor. Most likely the fuel pump. You really need to put a fuel pressure gage on the inj. rail. Just because you hear something doesn't mean you have fuel pressure.


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You have two separate problems. 1 transmission 2 brakes


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Sorry to say, your correct. You need to have the HVAC box removed immediately to remove dead whatever before you have to sell the vehicle.


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Ditto answer 2


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Can we say bad compressor.


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Time to trade.


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Oil does not evaporate. YOU HAVE LEAK SOMEWHERE.There are numerous factory TSB's 03-06-01-023A 12/01/2008 HIGHER THAN EXPECTED OIL CONSUMPTION AT 8600 GVW AND ABOVE - REVISED 01-06-01-011E 12/18/2008 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 01-06-01-011F 01/13/2009 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 01-06-01-01B * 08/01/2005 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 01-06-01-011E 12/01/2008 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 01-06-01-011D * 04/01/2007 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 01-06-01-011C 12/01/2006 INFORMATION ON ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION GUIDELINES - REVISED 05-06-01-014 05/01/2005 OIL LEAK UNDER EXTREME COLD TEMPERATURES (-30 DEG F OR COLDER) 05-06-01-034 11/01/2005 ENGINE OIL LEAK AT REAR COVER ASSEMBLY AREA 05-06-01-034A 04/01/2006 ENGINE OIL LEAK AT REAR COVER ASSEMBLY AREA - REVISED These are factory TSB's on oil leaks. Contact a repair shop recommend by RepairPal and get it checked out. If you need more help e-mail me at autoknowhow@earthlink.net.


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Most likely the Multifunction switch (turn signal switch)


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You need to have the vehicle scanned. Not with a cheap, inefficent OBD2 reader. You need to have the BCM coded out. It's most likely the blower control module.


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