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Zackaliscious

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Expensive. But I wouldn't trust their opinion. Get a second one. From a real garage. Not an oil change place. There is recalls out on camshaft, and crankshaft sensors. It is more likely your problem. Timing chains don't usually wear out. Especially not in a short period of time.


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Give it a tune up. Spark plugs and wires first. Then have the check engine codes erased. If it comes back. You may have a bad ignition coil pack.


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Yep. Your brake light switch on the brake pedal is broken. It has two functions. Operated your brake lights. And tells the computer that you have your foot on the brake pedal, which in turn unlocks the gear shift.


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Well this is pretty cut and dry. You broke something. Don't drive it until you get it checked out. Most likely It has one of the following. Broken lower control arm. bent tie rod. Damaged ball joint.Broken coil spring. It's not safe to be on the road.


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Your transmission problems are very unlikely related to the overheating. You may Have a faulty water pump. However you need to check the engine oil and make sure there is no antifreeze in your engine oil. If there is then you have a blown head gasket, and or damaged cylinder head. This can also be checked by making sure there is no oil in your radiator. Either would be the same diagnosis. oil and water(antifreeze) separate. So you would see water dots on your oil dipstick. Or you will see oil dots in your radiator. Both would explain your overheating. Water pumps are not that big of a repair. But if you are having transmission problems as well. I would run it through your local public auction.


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I know that the first one is Evap system Leak indicating Maybe a bad evap canister valve. Or bad gas cap. Gas cap looks fine. The other is "NO DTC definition found. I don't know what that means. The strange thing is that the car dies a lot when coming to a stop when the engine decelerates. It starts right back up every time. No problem. I take it out of gear, come to a stop and it dies right around idle like clock work. Any ideas? I wouldn't think a faulty evap canister valve would cause this.


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