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I started working with my father in 1980 at a diesel fuel injection shop. Rebuilt and calibrated fuel injection pumps and injectors for about 4 years. In 1984 I started working at a Pontiac GMC Isuzu dealer and worked there for 10 years before finally starting my own business-Creech Import Repair. We look foward to the opportunity to provide you with quality, friendly service you can count on. Family owned and operated business since 1993 providing expert service for Asian and Domestic vehicles. Check out our online reviews and hear what our customers have to say about Creech Import Repair. Our recently remodeled customer lobby is more comfortable than most living rooms at home. We care about our customers and want you to be as comfortable as possible while your here. Wifi, coffee, drinks and snacks all complementary . Many of our customers like to take advantage of our "guest office". That's right, we have a private office where you can hide and get some real w
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Question Answered: Could replacing your speed ometer affect your transmison solenoids?
April 16, 2012, 12:11 PM
Your vehicle has a speed sensor mounted on the transmission and sends a signal to the computer, which drives the speedometer in the dash. The speed sensor could cause a transmission issue, as well as ABS light to come on. I wouldn't think that replacing the speedometer could cause your current issues.
Question Answered: What should it cost to replace a clock spring on a 2005 Ford Taurus?
April 16, 2012, 12:01 PM
$98 labor and the clock spring from Ford runs about $150
Question Answered: air condition
May 16, 2011, 09:11 AM
The compressor clutch may be seized and driving the compressor all the time.
Question Answered: Valve Cover Gaskets
May 11, 2011, 07:12 AM
Not sure if you've already serviced your truck, but just wanted to share a few things. It's important to note that valve cover gaskets shrink with age and this could be a possible cause of the leak. Simply tightening the valve cover doesn't solve the shrinking problem. (As with all repairs, unless it's looked at, it's difficult to quickly 'diagnose'.) If your gasket hasn't shrank, tightening the bolts *may* help. Generally, the gasket is a very inexpensive part and the labor to replace can be minimal. You're better-off simply replacing it to avoid any future leaking.
Question Answered: P0402 egr flow excessive
May 10, 2011, 07:45 AM
Most common cause is Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Vacuum Solenoid Valve (VSV) . Very common. This part will most likely be Toyota only.
Question Answered: coin box
May 10, 2011, 07:41 AM
Does your model have the tray in the console? If so it looks like plastic fasteners hold it in place. Just pull straight up and the retainers should come out with the console tray.
Question Answered: Air Conditioning Problem
May 10, 2011, 07:37 AM
Problem could be either the HVAC control head in dash, or the HVAC module.
Question Answered: beake lights
May 10, 2011, 07:33 AM
Check the brake light switch. It may just be a coincidence but if it isn't adjusted properly the brake lights could stay on. There is a rubber bumper on the brake pedal arm that the switch contacts and it will wear out over time, throwing the switch adjustment out of wack.
Question Answered: Rough Idling
May 10, 2011, 07:30 AM
If the idle speed is too low, try cleaning the throttle body good and Idle air control motor.
Question Answered: Rear brakes grab
May 09, 2011, 12:50 PM
have brake pads been contaminated with grease or brake fluid? That will cause it. Also make sure the shoes are installed properly, long and short shoe orientation.
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