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|1995 BMW 325i 2.5L 1-2 shift VIN: WBACB4320S
we could not find obd diag connector to pull info from tcm it's a 95 and i'm not sure if it has one, we need to know how to get info or codes from this unit.. it has a gm trans 4l30e,, we are pretty sure the unit needs to come out for ovrhaul, but need to be s...
|1998 Jaguar XJ8 4.0L fuel gauge VIN: SAJKN6245W
The problem with this 1998 XJ8 is that the fuel gauge will only read ¾ full when the tank is topped up. The customer reports that a Jaguar dealer has already replaced the fuel tank because it had a bad “flapper valve". This did not solve the problem. I studied...
|1997 Volvo 850 GLT 2.4L MIL Lamp on VIN: YV1LS5646V
po410- secondary air injection system malfunction Curious if any of you guys have much experience with this system. Without a VST am I lost or are there any diagnostic tips out there? We have had two cars in the shop with this code recently, and I would like ... Trouble codes: P0410
Fixes & Summaries for European
|1995 Mercedes-Benz S420 4.2L ac comp VIN: WDBGA43E6S
Thanks to all the guys for your help ,the problem as Garry [...] stated when the engine mounts get old,the wire for the ac clutch was streached right at the connector on the compressor and only had three stands holding it ,so when it got hot enough it could ...
|1996 Mercedes-Benz E320 3.2L unknown VIN: WDBJF55F0T
Had 7 replies, two told me it was a variable compression compressor, which I knew but did not help with how it senses the heat load and adjusts the swash plate. Other replies suggested an evap temp sensor problem- which I cked and is good. A low charge or air ...
|1999 Volvo S70 2.4L damper motors VIN: YV1LS5108X
Thanks a lot those people who responded to my post. You guys are really a big help, esp. Nigel and Brad! The fix for this vehicle is a new ECC module. Perhaps due to sheer 'desperation', I borrowed a another ECC module from a previous customer with the same ...