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1988 Saab 900 SPG 2.0L No Start VIN: YS3AT35L7J
This car starts and runs just fine when the outside temp is 50 or better. This gives us a small window for testing. When the car will not start we have good spark but no fuel preasure and injection pulse. We have already substtuted a good ecu and a both main a...
1987 Volkswagen Vanagon GL 2.1L ignition
I don't know where to look. I get 12V to coil + and 12 V cranking, but nothing to secondary. What have I missed? All fuses are ok, relays have been changed, I even tried another coil, although coil tests good. Also I noted that mitchell diagram shows #1 cylind...

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E320 3.2L Accessories VIN: WDB2110651
Hi everybody and sorry about the delay, the problem was the central gateway module located under the steering wheel on the bottom dashboard panel, there was a sign of water on it which affect it, i just opened it and soldered it and everything was ok. Thanks...
1998 Volkswagen Passat GLS 1.8L Headlamps, Wipers, Interior lamps, turn signals VIN: WVWAA63B0W
This was a majority rules fix. Chalk one up for IATN. Joe, George, Fred, Michael, Larry & Stewart all said ignition switch and or accessory relay (X relay). Upon removing the the column cover I could see the burnt switch connector. I was lead here quickly usin...
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