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Engine temp went over 240 degrees for about 3 minutes because of low coolant; it didn't appear to have damaged anything but what should I be expecting.
This happened twice to my 1993 Lumina first time it was the alternator next time the battery.
Dodge dealer replaced TPS several times for high RPM during idle but they could not fix and I had to pay for the TPS's; A local service shop set the TPS calibration to .2 volts for it to idle correctly (it should be .5 - .6 volts); At .2 volts the check engine light stays on. I need to get the transmission repaired but they will not warranty work with the truck showing a bad TPS. Any ideas what the problem would be.
You only have one time to get it correct when insatlling a new brake switch under the dash if not it will damage the part and cruise will not work correctly. Does anyone know how to correctly install the switch? Please advise;
Would driving conditions crack a vacuum pump or would something have to come in contacted with it such as someone hitting or prying on it?
The engine is running about 190' but the heater will not get hot; only warm.
I had the codes checked and it can up with P0700 and P1775; Something to do with the transfer case and a solenoid that controls first gear; Any ideas what my problem may be?
The engine overheated but I turned on the heater, heater fan and the engine cooled off; What would the problem be?
Are 3.1 in a 1993 Cutlass Supreme and a 1993 3.1 Lumina non interference engines?