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I have a 99 Plymouth Breeze heads using a lot of oil but it's not leaking out anywhere.. and the check engine light came on what should I do
when I run my A C the air will not move through the top vents , where you want the air to come , it comes through the defrost only
Just had fuel replaced, drove 10 miles now it want start at all. what should i try now
Obd. 2 scanner
It was running fine then this morning it keeps stalling out every time I stop or let it just idol.
I just bought this car not to long ago and mind you, it only has 129 thousand miles on it so I'm pretty shocked I'm already dealing with problems. It just recently started when I drove it from forest hill/auburn to Roseville and when the noise started my ac started to not work as well it could, every time I would break, the noise got louder. It started off as a little noise so I hadn't thought anything of it but the more I drove it the louder it got and now it's parked over in an apartment complex sitting because the noise is so loud I'm afraid of driving it
Bought a coil pack not the problem. Then got a timing chain belt.but not sure if that's the problem.
makes a loud scrubbing noise when left turns and it makes a clicking noise sometimes too and also when driving on the express way it vibrates and now i have to push on the gas hard to make it move forward. Its kinda like Im dragging one side of the car
i was told it was due to a serpintine belt issue but i need to identify which belt it is.
I turned off and on the car a couple of times and there were a couple of time that the engine reved up the highest was 70. I finally went into reverse and I was able to drive it home. What could this mean. I switched out the head gasets, spark plugs and wires.
It started but when given gas it would die sound like sucking a lot of air
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