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Parts Guy

Fort Myers, FL

I have been in the auto repair industry over 40+ years. I have been on both sides of the industry. Repair and parts distribution as an owner operator and corporate manager. I have learned a lot of info from my customers and experience in the repair end. What I don't know I have unlimted resources. You can contact me at jmgrhm30@gmail.com or 239-220-5869


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From your post you don't appear to be a rookie. Go to this website www.alldatadiy.com and spend the $26.95 for the year to get any factory info, including Technical Service Bulletins. This info is the same info Professional Auto Repair Shops have to pay $200 and up a month for. Mrfordman and Greg do know what they are talking about.


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Take it to a PAT(Professional Auto Tech).


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Let me see? Pushrod is correct.


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Go to this website to find out http://www.safercar.gov/. The flaw is the manufacture for making CRAP parts.


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The vehicle is still under warranty. Although I really would like to be a fly on the wall to listen to your explanation where you have been driving. Good luck


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You probably have a bad "multifunction switch". I'm assuming you mean windshield wipers?


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If you would have spent $26.95 for factory step by step instructions then you wouldn't be here. www.alldatadiy.com


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Common guys this car is almost 24 years old. It could be anything! Maybe a bad timing chain??????


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The car is almost 22 years old. Replace the air bags now or you'll have to replace the pump also. You do have an alternative? Contact me at autoknowhow@gmail.com


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Replace the FAN CONTROL MODULE.


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