Question Answered: left front, drivers side rear brakes locked. Changed calipers now no brakes.
April 14, 2017, 06:40 AM
Sir / Ma'am. Caliper replacement would require a brake fluid bleeding procedure,
some calipers can be installed backwards, resulting in a bleeder screw being located on the bottom, rather than the top, of the caliper,, making bleeding the brakes impossible, as air rises to the top. Please, for your safety, and the safety of others, consult a professional.
Question Answered: brakes locking
April 14, 2017, 06:32 AM
Sir, / Ma'am,
Thank You for your inquiry, the symptom you describe MAY be a faulty Brake Master Cylinder, or a fault in the vehicle's ABS System, We recommend that you consult a professional.
Question Answered: Where is the fuel filter located?
March 01, 2017, 08:12 AM
Sir: the code you posted, P16D0, Is mentioned in a technical service bulletin from
chevrolet, possible internal engine oil leak or low oil pressure, which might be serious,
to answer your question, the fuel filter is located in the fuel tank, ( w/2.5 L 4 cylinder engine )
Question Answered: Hard to start and keep running
December 06, 2016, 06:53 AM
Owner, Of course no one can diagnose your vehicle without inspection and testing, but I can tell you for certain that an add-on in-line fuel pump will not operate to replace an in-tank fuel pump.
Question Answered: burning smell by altinator
November 03, 2016, 10:52 AM
Owner, You may stop by our facility for a free inspection.
Question Answered: where is transmission control module located--have problem with torque converter
November 03, 2016, 06:53 AM
Owner: Possibilities: Shorted TCC solenoid, faulty torque convertor,Faulty PCM, ( Powertrain Control Module, and other items, worn pump, worn torque convertor,
worn valve body, a transmission rebuild would be my recommendation, or vehicle replacement.
Question Answered: p1235
October 27, 2016, 07:58 AM
Owner: Possibilities of a solution for this symptom are numerous,
restricted exhaust, restricted fuel filter, weak fuel pump, ignition coil(s),
fouled spark plugs, weak or failed valve spring(s), head gasket failure,
and the list goes on, a professional diagnosis is recommended due to the fact that
the best procedure will lead the Technician to the root cause of the symptoms
and consequential effects of the Original Fault, resulting in a Quality Repair.