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i live in the desert in arizona and around this time (monsoon season) my car sometimes, when i get 65+ mph on the highway will sound like my wheels are sliding and it feels like my car might slide out of control. is this normal? its especially scary for road trips when its windy
well i was driving a couple months ago and the check engine light came on and said errors for cam shaft sensor and timing belt but it went off a day or two after and hasnt come back since any ideas if i even need to change the sensor?i know the timing belt is due because of the milage 82000 right now and on aveos they are meant to go out at 60-90k miles i believe?
hello i have a 2005 chevy aveo and i just got the parts for the timing belt - water pump, pulley, timing belt, tentionr tmg belt or whatever... anyway i have a couple questions 1. my check engine light came on and it said something about a cam shaft sensor my car is at 86,000 miles does this usually need to be changed too around this time? 2. If i already have the parts for the timing belt change do i need any other parts and how much would a mechanic usually charge to put a new timing belt in if i have the parts? (so i don't get ripped off) :):) thanks for any help you can give me! phil