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1991 Honda Civic 1.5L no power VIN: JHMED6408M
The timing on this vehicle doesn't change when bypassing the connector with shorting bar, doesn't visually go to basic timing, still advances when accelerating engine. Timing belt alignment and all other related settings seem dead on. Is there a problem with b...
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1996 Hyundai Elantra 1.8L Hesitation, Cuts out VIN: KMHJF24M9T
On accel the car acts like it is running out of gas, cuts out then goes again, fuel psi ok, maf reading seems ok but obd2 generic is not real time and readings are slow. Any ideas appreciated. thanks.
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2000 Toyota Celica GTS 1.8L MIL Lamp on VIN: JTDDY32TXY
retested system and vsv is functionoing properly and 30 days later the mil came back on with po 440.is the vsp in the tank defective. does anyone have a fix with the same problem.do i need to smoke the system? or pull the tank? the canister is above the tank. ... Trouble codes: P0440
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1997 Acura TL 3.2L Heater VIN: JH4UA364XV
Thanks to all replies. As some asked the car never did over heat at idle,this is why I did not suspect the water pump as many suggested.Water valve was also a common response but as I stated inlet hose to the heater core was hot at all times,which is after val...
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1997 Infiniti QX4 3.3L MIL Lamp on VIN: JNRAR05Y1V
Thanks to all that responded. The sensor had pellits in it too. I overlooked it because I thought only the valves between the canister and intake would be effected (sucking the pellits up). The sensor can get pellits caught in it even though there is no 'flow'...
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1997 Toyota RAV4 2.0L Timing Belt VIN: SXA10-0159
Hi all, First, thanks to the 10 people who replied. My information was wrong on this, the engine does not need to come out. It is a difficult belt to do, the procedure is as follows. Remove - Alternator. Power Steering bottle and release pipes. ABS Modul...
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