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Hal...

Pleasant Hill, CA

I own Dublin Auto Repair in Dublin, CA and Milt's Service Garage in Vallejo, CA. Both ASE Certified facilities have ASE Master Technicians that perform general repairs on all makes and models. For piece of mind you have a 12 month/12K mile warranty on all repairs we complete. We also have a racing arm known MServiceGarage. We service those individuals that track/autocross their cars. The knoowledge we've gained is yours when you commission us to build or consult on your race car. Remember that second place is the first loser...(just kidding) My philosophy is very simple: Provide our customers with the best solution to the problem presented! We diagnose the failure and determine what type of repair is needed to get that vehicle back on the road. We provide one year warranties, towing, shuttle service and no interest financing. Maintenance costs far less than a repair so we perform a free courtesy inspection on every vehicle we see so our customers can remain informed.


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Have someone check for codes and check the shift module. GL


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Those transmissions go bad often. Take the vehicle to a reputable shop and have it diagnosed. GL


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Need to have it scanned. There is a shift module that can fail. What does the fluid look like? Take it in as soon as you can and GL.


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There're right but call Dublin Auto Repair and let Jon do the job. (925)828-0243.


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Dealer only items now. Just call and be prepared for a shock if there are security features inside.


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Someone pulling your leg, trans mounts are stocked at every parts store.


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The anti-theft has been engaged. You'll need to get the correct key so the ignition system can recognize it.


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Check the oil levels again. Does the noise stop right after it is started or continue then gradually get quite?


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You're on the right track to finding the bad circuit. With a multimeter on the battery measuring the drain start pulling one fuse at a time until you find the one that slows the drain. Memory seats are a big one. GL


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You should have the charging system check out but the instrument cluster could have a connection problem as well. I would take it in to a trusted mechanic and have it looked at today. GL


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