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Pleasant Hill, CA
If your owners manual doesn't have it written down you might find the radio code in the glove box, spare tire compartment of under the steering column. Good luck.
You either have a bad blower motor or your pulling in dirty outside air from a leaking valve cover gasket where oil is hitting the exhuast manifold. Bring it by when you a chance and happy holidays.
Leaking from where is the next question. Might just need a reseal. If it's leaking from the front then you need a pinion seal as well. Bring it by and let us check it out. Happy Holidays.
Check the fluid, should be red not brown. What's the belt look like. Could also be wheel bearings in a GM. Good luck and happy holidays.
What service is due right now. Filters are great but you must replace the oil.
There shouldn't be any on this vehicle. At least you looked for them. Happy Holidays
Look underneath and tell me where> Could be valve covers that leak when driven then the oil drips don the block until it falls to the ground. It might be a bad drain plug. One out of every 10 cars needs a new one. Regardless the oil is getting on rubber hoses and suspension which destroys these components in a matter months. Bring it in if you can't find the leak and we'll clean up the area and watch it or just add some dye and check it in few days to find out where it's coming from. Happy Holidays.
We need to check the solenoid first, then the wiring to make it just the sensor. You will need to replace before your next smog check. Good luck out there.
Extreme conditions. What is that exactly? You should change your fluids at regular intervals becuase there is such thing as lifetime fluids. PS flush will certainly keep your steering rack in tiptop shape. Good luck
Soulds like your exhaust manifold gasket is starting to leak. The vibration is proble from out of balanced tires as previously stated. Just bring your car by to check the noise and trans fluid condition when you have time. Good luck.