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Saint Paul, MN
when ever i go to turn the car on. i have to hold the key a lot longer in the starting position before the car turn over fully. but if i don't want to do that all i would have to do is put my feet on the gas and the car would turn over fully. so what i think the problem is that the fuel pump is dead. but then if the fuel pump is dead how is the car still running? also would it be the fuel pump?
why is my outback always low on coolant but then never over heat? i thought it was the radiator hose, so then i place both upper and lower hose and its still have the same problem. now i think its the water pump? what can it be?and the car has about 132000 miles.
well on my audi i have rear fog light. i just bought the car about 2 months ago. and i turn on all the light fully and find that one of the rear fog light was out. but then i check the bulb and there wasn't a bulb in there. then i went out and bought a bulb from napa. and place in the new bulb. but then now it still doesn't work. so i thought it was the bulb then to took the other side off and use that old bulb from the working side (thinking that the new bulb wasn't the right one). but then it still didn't work. so what i think the problem is that the rear socket for that rear fog light is broken. therefore i would have to replace the whole board because its a one piece where all the rear bulb are connected too. include brake, reverse, rear fog, and turn signal. so my question is, is it the rear lighting board that i have to replace or can i just replace single socket?( if i can replace the only rear fog light socket, how when all of then are on one board.)