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Injectors & throttle body have been cleaned. Plugs & plug wires have been changed. Gas & Air filters have been changed. Water pump, Timing belt have been changed. Turbo has been serviced. Car starts and idles well on...
this use to happen just once in a while but now it happens all the time
I HAVE NOT DRIVEN MY VEHICLE MORE THAN 5,000 MILES PER YEAR. JUST A LITTLE CURIOUS WHY I DID NOT GET ANY WARNING SIGNS.
WELL IM DISABLED. AND ON A VERY TIGHT BUDGET. BUT NEED MY VEHICLE TO MEET MY MEDICAL NEEDS ON A WEEKLY BASIS. BY CHANCE I DONT NEED MY HEAD MACHINED WILL IT SAVE ME ANY COST ON PRICE. ALSO MY CAR HAS ABOUT 180,000 ...
need to determine if my timing belt has slipped by looking at it
For: installing new brake master cylinder, four brake hose and flushing brake fluid lines. Labor only, customer supplied parts and fluid.
My car began to chug along like it was misfiring. It then stop. I was able to restart, drove a little and it shut off again. Finally, got it to idle but after a minute or two it shut off. Barely got it home, chugging...
how to replace ball joints on 1991 volvo 940 turbo wagon
oil leaking of back of engine - under the auto at the intersection of engine & transmission (AT) Whats the chance this is indication of leaky seal?
On level ground and at low RPM it will shift smoothly but with normal acceleration it is a hard shift. All other shifts OK . Any ideas ?
The speedometer work's sometimes and lately has not been working at all.
changed plugs, wires, engine coil, dis.cap and button, fuel filter, but it will not start, trys to start, but wont
Oil is leaking out the front of the engine at about 1 quart in 300 miles. Consequently, there is a lot of smoking. THe oil fill cap is tight and the valve cover is tight. This just started recently over the course of ...
what could be the cause of gas getting into the oil? Had the oil changed 1 week ago and it's showing about a quart over full now, unmistakably gas in there. What could it be? TIA.
remove the igntion lock