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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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Probably to the oil cooler, have it replaced, and make sure it's not rubbing against anything to cause a new leak.


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If it has wear sensors, they need to be changed as well with the brakes.


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Get a scanner that will read all the modules instead of generic only. Could be car specific,


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Sounds like you got it hot. Let it cool off then start it and check for bubbles at radiator fill. If it blows water out it's real bad. If it bubbles, probably head gaskets or worst case, cracked heads/block. Check dipstick for oil make sure no chocolate milk look, (water in oil).


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Have the voltage and ground tested at the headlight plug, could be the plug (or connector) is the culprit.


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Find some one with a tech2 scanner, they can run an evap test on your car and find the problem.


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Take it to the dealer, they should insp for warranty reasons. Maybe hydraulic problem to rear brakes.


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Dealer part is $447.00 - Labor is 1hr. + whatever extras. Freon SHOULD BE COVERED ALREADY w/COMP.


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What locked the front wheels if hubs were unlocked? don't understand your question. Bad front differential?


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What kind or brand of oil are you using. Were you low when adding 2qts?


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