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This is either the result of a broken steerign system u-joint or a broken rack and pinion. Towing is 60.00 anywhere within 10 miles. Repairs would be 250-600 depending on what is broken.
Usually a result of the connector on the passlock sensor that is mounted in the steering column and reads the magnetic signal created by the lock cylinder (where the key goes) turning. However, these systems can be extremely tricky. We'd need to perform a diagnosis (99$) and then advise you the best course of action. The connector replacement is approximately 200.00.
Metal in the fluid is a pretty certain sign that an overhaul will be needed. That usually costs 800-2000 depending on what is damaged. Good luck!
That is not a standard abbreviation, can you clarify?
The most common problem concerning sterring wheel vibrations is a tire out of balance or a bent rim. The first step would be to have the tires balanced, usually runs from 60-90$
The most likely cause is a blend door actuator. On most of the newer Chevy vehicles the entire dash must be removed to replace the actuator, which is a very large and complex task requiring special A/C service tools.
If you have a soft pedal where the pedal travels excessively there is either air still in the system or a fluid control problem. Certain brake hose and ABS system issues can cause this symptom. We would have to spend some time to troubleshoot the vehicle, the charge for that is 60.00.
We would have to troubleshoot the cause of the problem. There are several components that can cause the brake lamps to fail to function. The cost to diagnose the cause of the problem is 60.00 here. The repairs could range from a low end of free, in the event of a very simple problem such as a blown fuse or unplugged connector to a worst case scenario of 3-400 for certain switch failures.
That is a lot of miles on any car. I have seen customers with well cared for Q45s in the 200k mileage range and still running well. The biggest concern is how much maintenance has been performed.
The check engine light flashing indicates that a misfire (one or more of the cylinders is not firing) is occuring. This can be caused by the spark plugs, however, there are many different possible causes for misfires. To ensure that parts are not replaced unnecessarily, a diagnosis should be performed by a professional.