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Costa Mesa, CA
Can a bad abs wheel sensor cause one wheel to brake harder than the other?I have changed the one caliper that the pads were wearing out faster on ,master cylinder,better quality pads, and I still am having the same problem.I am also leaking fluid somewhere,but i cant find it.I am wearing out pads in only 2000 miles. Iam becoming very frusrated and broke over this problem. new rotors also
Can you cause abs damage if you retract your calipers with out opening the bleeder?I did this on my voyager and it now wears out brake pads extremely fast,2000 miles,I have replaced one caliper that i thought was sticking,I also raisedn up each wheel and applied the brake and checked to see if the brakes released and they did.I have always changed pads without opening the bleeder screw and havent had a problem until nqw.Did i mess something up with the abs?
Sometimes, usualy on down hill braking the brake pedal will sink halfway to the floor and the left wheel will start smoking a lot for a minute or so and it will be hard to stop.There is a smell of burning brake fluid,but when i dissassembled the brake calipers i cant see any evidence of leaks although I do have to add fluid from time to time.Should i switch the calipers?I also switched brakes on another plymouth voyager and have the same problem ,Is there something about the brake system on this model. PLEASE HELP I LIVE ON A MOUNTAIN
Coolant leaks aruond radiator cap,tempature gauge stays at normal but coolant starts squirting out around cap instead of going into recovery tank.I have tried relacing the cap a couple of times but it doesnt help.Also it just does this during city driving but not on the highway.does anyone have a suggestion?
I have a 1999 dodge grand caravan,3.3 liter, and so does a buddy of mine. both of them loose alot of coolant in city driving conditions,on the highway they dont seem loose any,it seems to be coming from around the radiator cap that is the only place i find evidence of water leakage,so i replaced the radiator cap and it improved but it still does it,i thought maybe the overflow tank line may be plugged but its clear,I cant find leaking anywhere else.ALSO IT IS NOT OVERHEATING OR HAVING A TEMPATURE RISE AT ALL even driving up a mountian Does anyone know of this problem
I m trying to find out were you can get test strips to check for a bad head gasket. they are suppose to tell you if there is exhaust emissions in the cooling system i have also seen some kind of tester that you draw fluid from the radiator to check for that.I dont know what there called or where to get them. Thanks for any help
My jeep has a problem with dying all of a sudden and it wont restart.It will sometimes run for a few days and then it does it again, I have replaced the crankshaft sensor but it still does the same thing.Dealer told me it might be the computer or wiring but they couldnt be sure.I get code 1694 ,Is there any way to tell wich one.Maybe there is a certian part of the wiring harness that has problems?
I have codes p1164 and p1259 ,the motor has misfires on cylinders 1 and 4,i have chaanged the plugs, wires,and distributor cap and rotor,I also swaped the injectors around and the same cylinders have misfires,I checked the compression and all four cylinders are good.Does anyone know what could cause this?
my steering wheel is hard to turn,the pump was whining so i replaced it. but the steering wheel is still stiff, could the rack and pinion cause this?
I have heard there are specail procedures in changing the sparkplugs on this 4.6 liter motor trying to find out what they are.I heard you could possibily damage the heads