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Ambler

Ambler, PA

I love working on cars and keeping up with the latest technoligies.My shop is on a dealer level with equipment and tooling.We stay up to date with our softwear also,so we can fix just about anything that comes to us.


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I seem to remember some GM`s having a ground problem with the alternator bracket to motor connection.Get a jumper wire heavy gauge or jumper cables a supply a ground from the battery negative to the new alternator body.If it helps you have a poor ground issue.


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State law is two adjoining treads under 2/32.For safety I would say 4/32 or less.


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Did you replace the brake rotors.That is the most likely cause for the pulsation.For the hick up I would scan for codes and software with Hyundai GDS.We have this tool.give us a call if you would like an appointment.


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I believe we talked about this.If you cannot bleed it,there must be a leak.Somewhere there is air trapped or is coming in thru a seal or line.A drain twinn bleeder with hds should do the job if there is no leaks.we have both at our shop.We may be to far for you,if so.try another dealer in your area.


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Yes the correct cat,being you got it from the dealer.If not get use to that light being on.All most all aftermarket cats are inefficient right off the shelf.For inspection you can get a waiver.$150.00 towards emission related repairs.


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It would have to be checked.Maybe some dye put in the oil also to help fine the leak.Tell him to fill it and check it often.Carry a couple quarts of oil in the car.


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If there is air in the system they should be able to get it out unless there is a seal or line opening letting it back in.That is the only way it can happen.With the HDS and a drain twin brake bleeder.(both of which we have)you should be able to bleed it if there is no leaks.


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If the alignment was done right.The next step is to swap the 2 front tires left to right,right to left.See if changes.Goes left or straight.Then do the same for the rear if no change with the front swap.Did they give you a print out of the alignment.


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If it ran before you did the belt you must have installed it wrong or left a sensor unplugged.Check your work.Or have it towed to a shop in your area.


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I`d have to see it.We are a AAA shop in Ambler.So you would get a discount on the work.This week we have Sat. open or any day next week. www.amblertire.com Thanks.


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