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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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You need to check the ABS speed sensors at the wheels. When your ABS light is on you have a code stored in the computer. What was it? Dublin Auto Repair is one of my stores that could look at it.


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You'll need to check and/or replace the vent-shut valve. Read up on it on some of the boards. Very easy to replace...


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How's the transmission fluid? Red with no smell? Make sure you don't have any vacuum leaks. The 1995 with OBDI is not very sensitive and will not catch half the problems the engine is having...


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Once you replaced your battery the computer ha to relearn how it was running before you disconnected it. If it continues you should look into a tuneup with new plugs and wires, air filter and clean the MAF.


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It still sounds like your pump. How long ago did you replace it? What brand did you use? The rebuilt white box brands never work.


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You need to check driveshafts and axles again.


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Start checking fuses first.


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You need to pressure test the cooling system to find the leak. You should have done that before the overheat. Could be a blown headgasket or a crack cylinder head since you don't see any "coolant" leaking from the hoses. Check heater core also, carpet may be wet or the inside of the car may feel damp or humid. GL


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Check your battry voltage under load! Could just be a bad battery.


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The parts are reusable. That's a tough job for a backyard mechanic. Be careful...


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