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Professor G

Stephenville, TX

I have been the customer in my life, and didn't like the position of being at the mercy of someone I wasn't sure I could trust. I like the customers thanking me for being honest, and explaining the reason their vehicle needs to see the doctor, and what it takes to make it feel better.


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Try www.alldatadiy.com


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Were the rotors turned as well, maybe glazed.


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I use a 3/4 drive and 145 psi air supply, and sometimes it is still hard, but usually get them.


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#3 Where ?


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I believe it's part of the fuel pump module.


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Check the camshaft teeth, it may be a contributing factor as well.


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Try to get a free estimate at a brake shop, they will tell you the issue.


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Possible dirty or corroded coolant level sensor.


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Check the ground connections as well.


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? Check possible starter drive/flexplate.


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