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1995 Buick Riviera 3.8L Cuts out VIN: 1G4GD22165
Hi to all Thanks to all whom respondet, this iatn is great!Itook all of your advice and checked all your ideas. Crank sensor ok, converter ok back pressure 0.3lbs, gear selector sometimes doesent work, but car runs fine (no money to fix it) no vacuum leaks c...
2000 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 LT 5.3L Accumulator VIN: 3GNEC16TXY
Thanks to Pierre,Jeff,Danny,Joe,Ajoebrady,Ron,Gary,Keith,and Kevin for your replies. These replies suggested to modify the OE lines to fit, trying a parts warehouse in Louisville KY, and replacing the parts with the redesigned parts. We installed the redesigne...
1993 Pontiac Grand Am SE 3.3L No Start VIN: 1G2NE54N9P
The third new crank sensor finally got the car started, lots of new bad parts out there. Thank you for your help.
1997 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8L exterior lighting VIN: 1G2HX52K8V
I know that I had a wiring problem from the start but it was difficult to find. All voltage drop test checked out, so I started visually checking all system wires. Problem was behind the dash under the headlamp switch about 2 inches, there is a bolt that holds...
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