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Lake Charles, LA
It might be that one of your O2 sensors are about to go out. The best thing to do is bring it to a shop for them to check to see if any codes show up.
Check the fuel rail and lines for any possible leak. Also see if you fuel injectors are properly seated to the engine heads.
It could be a multiple of things. Bring it to a shop so they can correctly diagnose your car.
Yes it is the CV shaft and it is dangerous. It can cause you to get into and accident if it fails. Get it changed out soon a possible.
What needs to be replaced to make the vents get off the defrost and floor vents. The A/C works fine and also the blower motor. My only problem is I can not change the vent setting off of the defrost and floor vent setting. What can be the problem. Is it some vacuum hoses that are not attached are the control switch for the vent setting. Please help me out with this.
If you didn't have water in the cooling system you may have killed the motor. Does it still crank?
You may have air in the cooling system or a bad thermostat.
Sounds like your getting water into the exhaust. You may have a blown head gasket or lower intake gasket. Go get it tested at a shop to see if they can find out where its coming from.
I am doing a head gasket replacement and I nee to know where is piston number 1 is located on my car so that I can put it at TOP DEAD CENTER. Also how do I know which valves are the intake and which ones are the exhaust because I forgot to label them in the order I took them out. Someone please help!
Have you had the thermostat checked and/or replaced? I thinking it could be that the radiator maybe failing. Get it checked to see if it needs to be replaced.