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1999 Chrysler Cirrus LXi 2.5L Blower Motor
I had this car come to me with only the high blower speed working. Using my Fluke 88 I tested the blower speed resistor. One of the legs was open. I replaced the resistor It worked fine for 3 days coming back with the original symptom. I tested the resistor ag...
1999 Dodge Durango 5.9L abs module
Hi, a question for the dodge guys.This is my own vehicle so i am being cheap. I had codes for the abs which led to the module needing replacement. a friend had one that looks identical but it's off a full size pick up. Ater it was installed the system worked f...

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1999 Dodge Ram 3500 Van 5.2L service brakes VIN: 2B5WB35Z1X
hey Thanks again for everyones help. Turns out that the left side caliper had a problem and we had a bleeding problem. I finally broke down and bought a rfi system and it work like a charm the vehicle has been returned to the owner and my tech is happy. Thanks...
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 5.2L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1J4G258Y5T
Thank you for all of your replies. After all of the testing I realised that the solution was going to be something I missed that was basic. It appears that the distributor was out of sync. This was a used vehicle and the condition must have been there before. Trouble codes: P1391 (Intermitant loss of cam or crank).
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