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2002 Acura RL Premium 3.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: JH4KA96512
Just a question for you Acura techs out there. Evap code keeps re setting. Checked system and found 1 solenoid not clicking when power supplied to it. Its the one off to the side of the cannister. We assume this is bad but when we removed it gas came out. My q... Trouble codes: P0442 (Evap leak small)
2001 Nissan Pathfinder LE 3.5L Variable Timing VIN: JN8DR09Y01
After replacing both head gaskets; code P1145, which has to do with left variable cam timing, keeps setting. I have checked cam and crank sensors, which checked out good. I found that when looking at both variable timing position sensors, they appear to be out...
1985 Toyota Corolla DLX 1.6L Cruise Control VIN: JT2AE83E1G
Well I have no resources for this system whatsoever, and therefore have only been able to do basic checks. Can someone please scan and email me the diagnostic procedure and wiring diagram. I'm just a small town mechanic with no resources good enough for this c...
2000 Toyota Corolla VE 1.8L MIL Lamp on VIN: 2T1BR18E3Y
Hello, Customer came in with light on/Po171 system lean. Check all the basics No vacuum Leaks Fuel Pressure 45 Psi. O2 is reading .5 and drops to .02 then will shoot up to .8 volts.Causes according To alldata Vacuum Leaks/Bad injectors/ Heated o2 sensor. Th... Trouble codes: P0171

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1996 Kia Sephia GS 1.8L Poor Idle Quality VIN: KNAFA1252T
I had three replies on this. Two said to check the charging system without saying why. I suspect that these cars have excessive voltage ripple? Anyway, Jeremy got it right. I know these things are plagued with ground problems having read the archives. Someone ... Trouble codes: P0170 (Fuel trim malfunction), P0400 (EGR flow malfunction), P1170 (O2 sensor stuck).
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