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Independence Auto

Minneapolis, MN

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I would need to hear the noise, but these vehicles are known for brake issues. Calipers have issues, hoses, etc. Another possibility is a bushing or chassis component.


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Very hard to say. If you have checked the primary connections, you will probably need to have it checked. I have seen issues with the fuse junction blocks. Need to scan all systems, compile codes, and trouble shoot from there. I can take a look if you would like. Feel free to give me a call


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Does sound like an internal transmission problem. You will probably need to have it checked at a shop.


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Possible shifted belt in the tire. I would need to look at the vehicle to know for sure. Feel free to give me a call


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Seems a switch is stuck or wet. Probably need to scan it so that the problem switch can be identified. Assuming live data on the switches is available, a quick check should pinpoint the source.


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You should probably have it looked at by a shop. Sounds like it is some type of induction noise from possibly from the turbo. Would not expect it to go away, but cars do strange things. Transmission pump is also a possibility, but I would expect some shifting concerns if there were that much pump noise. Give me a call if you would like to discuss further


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Not much to go on. Possible air leak? Probably should have it checked out by a shop. Give me a call if I can help further


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Those are not good scenarios. You likely have internal engine issues, and possibly a transmission issue as well. Not much else I can comment on without seeing the car. I will happily look at it for you if you want to have it towed.


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You likely have a couple bad wires or a defective control module. Probably best to have it checked by a qualified shop. Feel free to call with any other questions


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Fix the fuel leak, clear the codes and retest. The leak itself would not ruin anything, but it could cause random codes


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