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Londonderry, NH

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


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Could be many different issues. Plugged catalytic converter. Bad fuel pump. Transmission problems. Siezed brake caliper. Are you having other symptoms that might help to narrow down a cause?


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What is the condition of the transmission fluid? Have you had the transmission serviced? It could be the condition of the fluid, flushing may help. It could also be the start of a bigger internal problem with the transmission.


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The EVAP valve may not be working causing fuel vapors to flood the engine when you fill the tank. Bring it to a local shop to be diagnosed.


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Could be an alternator problem. Do the lights work?


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It sounds like the parking brake cable or actuator are not releasing. Get the car to a local shop to have it inspected.


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The brass portion of the thermostat should be in the engine block.


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It's not likely a heater core issue. Most likely a temperature blend door issue. I believe this car has duel temperature zones, so the driver's side blend door may not be working.


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It looks like you have multiple issues going on, no 1 fix for all. I would suggest you get it to a shop to have the issues diagnosed. Heated seat is probably to heating element under to seat covering. Overdrive could be a torque converter lock-up solenoid.


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There is no ignition module or distributer in this vehicle. What is the problem, what is the engine in the vehicle?


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We would recommend that the alignment be checked. The actual replacement of the control arm would not change the alignment angles, but what caused the need to change the control arm(impact with curb or pothole?) may have caused the alignment angles to change. Alignment angles should be checked on a regular bases to insure tire tread life and maximum fuel economy.


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