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and wires still no spark at plug
I used a c-clamp - that did not work. Can another way be recommended? I need to get my car fixed
Had the car brought iin for curise control,but was told that I needed a battery,which I did,but still had isses starting,so had another stater put in,but NOW it's STILL having an issue starting.The last time it haooened it needs a neauter safety switch.Can this be the case now?
car was taking in for curise control,and it works ,but the single lights didn't work well,took it back and had to leave it,didn't have to pay extra,but althought the left works find,it's the right on that doesn't work right.When I played with the gear shft,the back-up lights comes on,but it willn't stay on.
I am driving down the road and all of a sudden the transmission feel like it in neutral but it is in drive. I push on gas peddle and it does nothing. I then have to turn off the engine for a minute then start the car again. I continue once again but a couple minutes later it does the same thing again.It took me 6 tries of doing this and I only went 2 miles down the road .
All wires cut
Acts as though it is flooding out or some type of sluggish throttle reaction.
rattling and hard thumping noise when going over bumps
Hooking up dash speakers
car stereo was installed in my car blue and white wire is cut in half when I turn the ignition the security light comes on won't start turning back off makes about 3 beeping sounds all the lights and headlights come on the dash. I took the anti-lock fuse out of the fuse box and put it back in I don't know what else to do.with the fe

I don't have any money to get it fixed please help I got to take my college classes soon please help
On the right side the always on filament blinks, but the blinker filament is always off. We have installed new bulbs and a new flasher. The voltages to the bulb socket are wrong, one is the correct 12V, the other is 5.6V and should be a blinking 0V to 12V. What is likely to be the problem?
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