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Tquall01

Clinton Township, MI

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Hello, when I put my car into drive it makes a very loud and forceful clunking noise. I didn't really notice any difference in the tranny prior to this noise....please help me...thank you...p.s. it has an automatic transmission


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I just got my 1993 infiniti less than a week ago. The car has auto start and alarm on it. It also came with two remotes the dealer said the other remote must have been an extra. However, the other day I was in the store and came out and opened my door and alarm started going off. No matter what I did with the main remote the alarm kept going off and it would not start. I used the "extra" remote to turn the alarm off and the car started. So I thought i may have hit the other button and set the alarm on accident so I kept the "extra" remote in the car. Well today I went to the store and came out and tried to start the car and it would not start. I tried many times and many buttons on both remotes to no avail. There is power the lights, heat, and radio all work, but the car will not start.....please please help me!


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I recently replaced my blower motor and kept the stock blower wheel because it did not appear to be damaged. It now makes a very loud screeching noise when control is placed on high or medium. I have taken this apart several times, moved the clip around, and it still keeps making the noise. I can not figure out what the problem may be, please help! Thank you!


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I don't have a lot of money so buying a part I don't need is something I would like to avoid! My blower seems to stop working everytime I turn off the car, but if I lift the hood up and tap on it, it will kick in. I noticed too that if I don't tap it, eventually through my ride it will come on. It will start off real light at first then kick in. I don't want to buy a new blower if it is a wiring issue, please help!! Thank you


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