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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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It could be the dash light fuse, maybe need help to find it. Has nothing to do to the starter.


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3.8 would be in the top of the plenumn at the front, pulley side, of the engine. The cap has to twist to release the cap and access the PCV valve.


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Have them check the head pressure, possible flow restriction of Freon. Just a thought.


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Sounds like a possible bearing, have a mechanic listen to it.


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Take it to the dealer, and they can get a code out of it and call GM for an unlock code.


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Does it have a cabin air filter?


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Cross bar bushings on the front axle are bad. It is suspension related.


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Have the computer scanned for the codes, that will lead you to the reason for the light.


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Have wiring tested from coil to computer, and B+ for 1 & 5, if the coil is not firing.


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Do the engine codes call for a crank or cam sensor.


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