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Londonderry, NH

ASE Certified Technician with L1(Advanced Engine Performance Certification).


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Engine mounts were a problem on a lot of Saturns. That could be an issue here.


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I do own a S2000(Best Car I've ever owned!), but it would be a little difficult for us to work on it. What are the DTC's?


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P0446 refers to the Canister Vent Solenoid. Have it diagnosed at a local Top Shop.


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The P0401 code refers to the EGR sensor, not the fuel pump. I would suggest you do some research to find a reputable repair shop in your area. Use the Repair Pal site to find a local Top Shop, use AAA Web site to find an Approved Repair Facility, use NAPA's web site to find a NAPA Auto Care facility in your area.


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Check your brake switch. Failure of the switch will not allow the selector to move out of the Park position.


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Idle air control valves are know to have high failure rates. Throttle body plates get gummed up and stick. You can try cleaning the throttle body.


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A professional service center can perform a cooling system flush for you but first find the cause and repair the oil leak.


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Without knowing more information it is difficult to give you a definitive answer to your question. Your strut mounts do have some wear, your springs are weaker than when they were new, your sway bar links have worn. I would generally suggest a complete strut assembly and new sway bar links, but without inspecting the vehicle I do not know.


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They have trouble with the Integrated Wheel End Vacuum Solenoid.


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The tire size should be on the door sticker. A good VIN decoder will give you most of the information as to the sub model of your car. Try NAPA's on line parts look-up.


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