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Mastertech6371

Harrisburg, PA

ASE master tech since 1976. nationally recognized by ASE 3 times in past 15 years. Helped write the ASE test for brakes. Certified repair technican for emissions. Former business owner, Education Supervisor and instructor for nationally recognized Technical college. I am proud to say that I am a member of the repair pal staff to help each and every one who needs assistance. Subject matter expert for Jones and Bartlett


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1. 1.2 hours 2. 1.o hours 3. 1 hour 4. 6 hours 5. 1.25 hours 6. .5 hours 7. .8 hours but is part of the timing belt repair Roy


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that what it sounds like. have the codes pulled on the abs side and get back to us. Roy


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lets start with the code first. there are over 1500 possibilities Roy


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we need all the codes for the abs. bleeding can be done with a scan tool. leave the front sensors hooked up Roy


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send me your email Roy


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Engine Control P200A Intake Manifold Runner Performance (Bank 1) - General Information Component Location General Description Variable Charge Motion Actuator (VCMA) is used for an adjustment of automotive flap and it is operated with two position, open and close. It makes swirl among intake air to reduce emission under cold start condition. This is worm gear driver type which doesn't guarantee restoring to limp home position in the case of loss of current supply. (This doesn't have mechanical return force due to no return spring.) DTC Description If PCM detects that the opened or closed stop position is out of the specified value, It sets P200A.


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spray it down with an antirust to help break down the corrosion. roy


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check the compression in number 1. did you check the wire for spark to the plug?? roy


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very possible. check all connectors and wires for being broken and replace as necessary. Roy


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get the battery charged and try wiggling the shifter to get the key to the lock position Roy


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