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1999 Saab 9-5 2.3L starting/cranking VIN: 7E690773H6
this unit will very intermittantly not crank,,seems as if it happens warm...after a short soak[at least thats the only time it has anted up for me]no signs of an key not accepted no codes and by the time ive gotten any ort of test equipment in place to test th...

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2002 Land Rover Freelander S 2.5L compressor VIN: 2A20575900
This Freelander HVAC system is fixed! As I suspected the problem was with the instrument cluster but the fix was unexpected. The problem was that the data on the instrument cluster that defined that this vehicle had air conditioning was corrupted. I am guessin...
1995 Volkswagen Cabrio 2.0L Cooling fan circuit VIN: WVWBB81E1S
The fix for this car was in fact a bad fan control module. Coolant overflow had gotten into the module and corroded most of the contacts for the cooling fan circuit.
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