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Fairfield, CA

Hello! I am an ASE Re-certified Master Auto Technician for almost twenty years now. ASE Re-certified in L-1 Advanced Engine Performance for almost fifteen years. CA-licensed Smog Inspector since 2004. I want to be your RepairPal! YEAH! I made RepairPal Master in less than TWO weeks on November 13, 2012! 2,000 point milestone reached in December 2, 2012!


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loose ground


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not possibly


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It sounds like the problem is with the belt components, not the belt itself. Did you authorize the replacement of the belt ONLY or the Timing belt, hydraulic/mechanical tensioner, tensioner pulley, and guide pulley? If the other components failed, it is not the first shops fault. It is hard to assume responsibility for a FAILED part you didn't authorize to replace! I always sell these components and more with every timing belt replacement, little wonder I never get this kind of headache coming back on a tow truck! Unlike other "mechanics" in RepairPal and in the real world who just try to save their customers money by changing the belt only.


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It could, It could even be longer if the plugs are stripped...or frozen


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Your shift linkage may be unlinked


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Yes, you have to drop the transmission to replace your internal clutch slave.


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have european car specialist look at your car.


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there should be two screws holding the lenses up on the outside, remove them.


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just twist and pull it off the reservior.


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is the light flashing?


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