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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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Possible engine oil cooler ruptured.


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Remove it and look for debris or see if it wobbles from wear. Possible replacement needed.


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If I remember right, remove the screws holding the light in and drop it down to replace the bulb.


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I have rebuilt many of GM rear ends. Either a tag or check with the dealer with your VIN # for more info on the gear ratio.


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Try www.alldatadiy.com


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Have the battery and charging system tested, possible dirty battery connections.


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O'Reilly has them reasonably priced, around $60.00.


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Have the engine light scanned for codes, and post the codes.


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It could be, but without seeing or hearing it, can't be sure.


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It's supposed to, The computer removes all access engine loads to try and allow it to cool down. Find the cause of the overheating.


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