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Csubak30

Amherst, OH

Fixed a few cars in my time.....lol 5 years shop service and a lifetime of vehicles being thrown at me for repair. Emergency services and maintenance for family and friends and friends of friends...you know how it goes! The more info. you give the better the solution you receive. Remember......your car could be 2000 miles away from the person taking his personal time and expertise to try to solve your issue..........for FREE!!!


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Here is the firing order http://0.tqn.com/d/autorepair/1/0/T/d/92846316.gif


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You can usually get at least 120000miles on a timing chain or more. That is why you don't see a scheduled replacement for them. Some will last the lifetime of the engine.


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Either a transmission problem or a front differential/transfer case problem needs to be checked.


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Hope this helps you http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/8/evappurgesolenoidfig3.jpg should be located on top of the charcoal cannister.


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Go to your local parts store or call them first. They will usually read check engine codes for no charge. The description you gave sounds like you have a misfire condition usually caused by bad spark plugs or coil failure.


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Sounds like the power steering fluid is low and needs refilled or the power steering pump is going bad. Check fluid level first.


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Do you have any check engine lights? If you do it is probably a misfire due spark plugs or wires. If not, get catalytic converter checked. Need to make sure fuel pressure is correct as well.


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Sounds as if the AC pulley and or clutch for the condenser may be wearing out and need replaced. You need to start vechicle with the hood up and follow the noise. Need more info. to be sure but you do live in Hawaii.


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You need to check fuse #1 in the fuse box first. It is located at the bottom left of the dash. Fuse #1 is a 20amp fuse at the bottom left and controls the front outlet and lighter. Easy fix and your vechicle may have spares left in the fuse panel ready to use.


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Sounds like a transmission problem of the transfer case variety. Needs to take to a trans. shop for inspection.


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