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San Antonio, TX
dandd is totally correct,clogged egr ports are very common as well as dpfe sensor.those are #1 and 2 most common failures.see it every day!
it depends on what the trouble code is.it could be as simple as a pcv tube collapsed or broken,to a transmission concern,have your codes retrieved and go from there.
ni order for fuel to flow in to the tank,the tank must be vented.all of your evaporative emmissions lines must not be kinked,it is possible that your evap canister is saturated with fuel or water.spiders also like making nests in the evap system.all of this will create a backpressure,that is why the pump keeps on cutting off.start with a thorough visual inspection.
have replaced alot of one way check valves for this concern.
a good healthy bleeding would do good.over time the brake fluid will absorb moisture.this moisture will have a tendency to boil in the brake lines,therefore reducing your braking effectiveness.at a minimum bleed the fluid at your calipers.
over a long period of time-yes,but they are designed to be in constant motion.
under the vehicle,right rear area in front of the right rear tire.
check your pcv tube for vacuum leaks.
if you are talking about the caliper clip.what I do is put one side in the hole first,then with a screwdriver or small prybar pry the other side down until you line up to the hole and push it in.not easy,be patient.good luck!