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Pleasant Hill, CA
Wow. Call Contra Costa Auto Service in Concord to make an appointment. (925)798-1205
You need to check the throttle position sensor.
Oxygen sensors, camshaft position sensor codes. Did the light just come on or has it been one for a while? You need to get the car in to have it looked at. The smell is the cat and is VERY expensive to replace.
If pressure is still high then the pump is working. You need to find the noise.
Could also be the axles. You need to have someone look at it to make sure. This is an expensive repair.
No, 2000 model years use OBDII and the code will be stored. Who said you have a bad crankshaft position sensor? What is the car doing?
You need to have the charging system and starter checked.
Vacuum leaks are getting pretty common. Check the inlet tube after the MAF. You may be able to hear the leak. If not get it to a local shop and have it checked out.
Now that you know it overheated, get the cooling system checked and a block test to make sure the head gasket is still okay. Make repairs...
Check engine light on? Get it looked at and will probably solve your problem.
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