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Winrservicesauto

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It requires to be torqued 3 times. What sequence did you use?


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Possible strut mounts if has struts in front


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You might want to have your mechanic do a "smoke test" also to check for leaks. Let us know if we can help autogonc@gmail.com


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I agree. Both are good named cars. If the axle is the only issue I'd keep both! An axle needing replaced at 100k miles is normal. The way to kind of save you on repairs is to get lifetime warranties on BOTH PARTS AND LABOR....not just part. That way you could have it replaced again FREE OF CHARGE by your technician. We offer Lifetime parts and labor on many types of repairs. Ask yoour mechanic if he/she does as well...for the future. Let us know if we can help autogonc@gmail.com


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Computer problems can be frustrating for sure. Please provide more details to the first repair. Do you know what the check engine light code was to begin with? What did you have repaired already to remedy this problem? Let us know if we can help autogonc@gmail.com


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Yes I agree. perhaps there was an additional leak. HOWEVER, if you really did travel about 15k miles since then, eventhough its only been 3 months, thats about a little over a years worth of driving for average mileage. So with that being said, it's not necessarily that you HAD another leak at that time or they missed it. A YEARS WORTH of driving is still a years worth. Now as for cost. There's nothing wrong with getting a second opinion on if you actually do need to replace the rack. Also, feel free to price check around. Their price is THEIR price. It doesn't make them wrong or right....it's just what THEY charge. We offer FREE visual inspections as a part of our WINTER SPECIAL coupon. We're here to help. autogonc@gmail.com


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Check plugs and wires and moisture in cap.


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Very true. Thermostat could be stuck in open position. Also could be low on coolant due to intake leak. Common issue.


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Check fuel pressure first. This will put you in the right direction. If fuel pressure is too low, you may need to check fuel filter. Full Diagnostics needed past that so as not to throw parts at the truck blindly. Let us know if we can help further.


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This is a non interference engine so the odds are in your favor with being able to replace the timing components and be ok. The recommended interval is 105k miles for timing belt replacement on this engine.


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