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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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If it has notches in the piston, YES.


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possible valve seals, pcv valve.


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On the left of this post is a Q&A section. At the bottom is a Search window. Enter Drive Cycle and click GO. You will be taken to an area for that information.


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Take it to the Zone - Auto Zone, and scan it for free.


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Check the cable at the drivers side of the transmission and see if the end of the cable is still attached to the shifter arm. Would be glad to look at it for you, but you would more then likely have to shift it by hand if you can't get it reattached.


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I thought it had one belt. Try www.alldatadiy.com.


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Go to YouTube videos and search passlock.


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Call the dealer with the vin #. Our check the tag on the rear end, if there's one.


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Have the ABS module scanned for the reason of the fault.


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What are you asking; If is a fuel pump problem, and that would have to be verified through a fuel pressure and volume test.


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