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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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You most likely have trouble codes. Codes that wouldn't turn on the check engine light most likely. You need to have the trouble codes read with a full scanner not a generic code reader. You will not retrieve antitheft codes with a generic code reader.


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Sounds like an ignition problem. You need to verify if you have spark.


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Contact me at jmgrhm30@gmail.com.


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Yes, it could also be a bad battery.


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Go to NAPA and ask the counter sales person that you want the OE replacement pads for your vehicle.


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Do you have spark and fuel?


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You need to take it to someone who can read the computer for codes. Not a generic code reader but a real scan tool.


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What is the trouble code that has turned on the light?


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What is the problem and why do you want to replace the crank sensor?


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Do you mean a icon of the engine(check engine light)?


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