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Prestige Auto

Lutherville Timonium, MD

Hello! My name is Rick Steel and I am the Owner-Operator of Prestige Automotive. Below is a short list of my Credentials, Awards & Memberships. 1981 Graduate Lincoln Automotive Technical College 1994 Hall of Fame Lincoln Automotive Technical College 1996 Hall of Fame Maryland Association of Private Career Schools 1998 PEP Adults with Disabilities Award 2003 National Leadership Award Honorary Co-Chairman 2005 Lincoln Automotive Technical College Success Award 2008 Chesapeake Automotive Business Association Member 2009 AC Delco TSS Member National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Award Baltimore County Public Schools Technology Award Service Technicians Society Member


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If the engine light flashes during the symptom, it implies an engine misfire. If not, you may have a drivetrain issue. Scanning the control modules for event data, road testing, and an on lift inspection will allow a qualified technician to determine what's wrong.


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You may have a brake pad sensor or CBS reset issue (if equipped)


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Good Morning, A set of platinum plugs installed $288 A set of iridium plugs installed $417 Misfiring of these engines is typically not caused by faulty plugs unless your mileage is excessive. Ignition coils and vacuum leaks tend to be likely causes. Rick Steel Owner Prestige Automotive 410-561-9696


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Your transmission may be in limp mode due to a non-transmission issue. Recommend you have your computer checked with factory level scanner Rick Steel Prestige Automotive 410-561-9696


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Start by checking your brake fluid level - a low level indicates brake pad replacement. Beyond that, a computer scan of the VDC system is required.


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It sounds as if everything may be normal with your 4x4 system electrically - you might have a mechanical issue. Your best option is to have a shop put your truck on a lift and look. Give us a call if you would like a second opinion. Rick Steel Prestige Automotive 410-561-9696


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