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|1994 Audi 90 S 2.8L spark and fuel VIN: WAUCJ88C91
Many attempts to fix this car have been as follows (as I am told). A new ignition switch (so I'm told), new rpm sensor (which I've seen), dealer had car for two days and said ecu was bad so we tried one from a known good vehicle but still the same. Scanned on ...
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|1989 Jaguar XJ6 3.6L blower motors VIN: 5AJHY1543C
Hi fellow techs. This vehicle has been left for me to repair on my spare time. I had seven responses to my post. Brad [...] of Custom European and I have talked, and he was able to supply me with the darlington transistors that I needed. I also responses from V...
|1998 Volkswagen Golf GL 2.0L overdrive VIN: 3VWCAO1H9X
hello, the fix was replacing solinoid valve#1 again.we checked wiring again and everything checked out ok.I replaced solinoid #1 again and it worked perfect.we must have recieved a defective one.this can really put you in the wrong direction
|1992 Volvo 960 2.9L No Start VIN: YW1KW95O1N
The volvo started alot better without an extended crank. after cleaning the flywheel. and replacing the surpresion relay. vehicle seems ok checked voltage probably 25 times and voltage was always around 11.7 volts coming out of the relay. thankyou for all the ... Trouble codes: 141.