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Tristan Real

Willowbrook, IL

I am a ASE Master Certified Technician with other 10 years of experience. I am also ASE L1 advanced specialist certified and X1 undercar specialist certified. I love to help others and to educate about automotive service repairs and maintenance. Now, what can i do for you?


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Check your crankshaft seal, oil pump seals.


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Yes. Most likely a new motor. check electrical connections to the motor as well.


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Well, something must be getting wet and causing your issue. check ignition components. you can also try spraying water around ignition wires and coils to see if your issue acts up then.


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Change oil light i believe this is the procedure. turn ignition on engine off within 5 seconds step on accelerator 3 times quickly. light should blink and go out. if that doesn't work try doing it 5 times quickly.


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Check for refrigerant leakage first.


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I have seen the module or climate controls on these go bad...when it goes hot, try playing around with the climate controls or give it a bump to see if anything changes. Otherwise have the ac system checked out by a reputable shop.


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If you have separate climate control for driver and passenger then its a dual climate control, there will be two blend door actuators one for driver and one for passenger. It is possible that its the actuator is no longer working but have it diagnosed and tested by a reputable shop to verify.


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Should be on left hand passenger side of the dash.


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Alternate Method (w/o Scan Tool) Clear all DTCs. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position. Install the HVAC actuator. Connect all previously disconnected components. Remove the HVAC B fuse for a minimum of 10 seconds. Install the HVAC B fuse. Start the vehicle. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs. hope this helps


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follow your intake tube to the throttle body. Sensor should be in the vicinity of the throttle body.


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