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Straightshooter51

Rochester, NH

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parts range from 10 to $20 dollars each, some labor may range from 65 to $75 an hour. Depending on the condition of the connectors. May take from 2-3 hours. Who ever changes the lines will also need to bleed the break lines


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does your car have an auto starter? if so then it may be shorting out. If so then replace the auto starteer or have it taken out andd reconnect to factory specs


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if your fan only works on high, then the blower motor needs to be replaced


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the blower motor in most cases are located on the fire wall on the passangers side of the car. there may be 6-10 mounting screws. Disconnect the negetive cable to your battery first. Then un plug the power wire and hose. Then undo the screws. Put the new one in place. Make sure it does in exactley the way the old one was mounted. reverse steps


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there is a fan relay that cuts the curtuit off or your fan switch needs to be replaced


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it means that you are getting a blow by in one of your piston rings. It either needs to be replaced or repossitioned. There are two rings around every piston and the opening should be opposite from the other


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If your car has a igition module in it then thats the problem. What it does is it cuts out the ignition so you wont burn the entire ignition system out. have it checked out or replaced. there is a short in it


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check the seal around where your trunk lid rests on. mat be a crack or you may have a small hole under the spare tire compartment. If you have carpet then you may need to cut a small square out of it where there is more watered pooled


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there could be a few things to check out. Do you feel a pulse in your break pedal? if not then have the ball joints checked and or wheel bearings. Another way to check is push down on the front endd of your car, if it bounces more than twice, have your struts checked. They should be changed every 25 to 50.000 miles depending on the terrain you travel on


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I have a 1999 plymouth breeze 2.0 and I replaced the ignition coil, changed the spark plugs. Vishually inspected the wires which were fine. When I replaced everything that could cause a misfire, it still came up codes p300 to p304. I found I had to erase the codes one by one. When I accomplished that, the engine light is still on without any link. I have one of the best OBD11 scanners there is and it wold pick up a minor fluxuation in the circuits. My guess is its the ECM or the onboard computer itself. Have it tested at AZ or a garage. If that doesn't sound right, does anyone have any ideas? I'm going through the same thing as you


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