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Helpfull4u

Hesperia, CA

I'm 59 years old. Started working on vehicles at 14 years. Went into the forklift repair field at 28 years for Cat, Clark, Toyota, Drexel. Most enjoyable experience is in trouble shooting. I'll be 60 on july 20, and ready to retire. I hope everybody has had as much enjoyment as I have had.


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Most of the time, the switchs being weak link's, will fail either up or down position. But the motors for the windows also fail. If fuses were bad, no functions would work. Goodluck


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Push down and check for noise.


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If the noise was from struts, all you need to do is push down on the car and listen for that noise. Doubtfully, thats your problem.


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Prices very, they shouldn't but they do. Check to see if that 500s includes labor or just parts. Goodluck


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Check other answer. But deffinately take it to someone you trust to locate the problem and save you from a headache. Goodluck


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Sometimes it's as simple as a bad gas cap. But the cat converter, charcoal canister as well as any hose's can cause these problem's. Best bet? take it to your local auto repair facility.


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Instead of replacing trans, take it in for an inspection first.


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The vents are probably closed on other side. Double check


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What code are you getting? Important.


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You said you have no leaks? Double check. The master cylinder is a week link also. If the master cylinder is mounted to the booster, remove it. you should not see any fluid between the two. If it's wet, it's coming from the master cylinder and contaminating the booster, creating more problems. Goodluck


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