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1998 Isuzu Rodeo LS 3.2L 1-2 shift VIN: 4S2CK58W9W
Hi fellow, the problem seem to be hard downshift(clunking noise when come to a stop)it happen more when the engine is cold, and also happen sometime when u let go the brake pedal and start accel. No code was found, i check the trans. fluild was ok and no sight...
1990 Lexus LS400 4.0L power steering VIN: JT8UF11E7L
we replaced the rack and pump because of leaks,after each replacement the steering would be fine for about 5 to 10 minutes and then would get hard.if we raise the idle up over 1500 rpm,assist comes back but at an idle we have no power steering.alldata says we ...
2003 Nissan Murano SE 3.5L highway speeds - lag in shift VIN: JN8AZ08W93
Please Help - NISSAN TECHS Hi, Thanks for reading. I own this car. Nissan and a trans shop has not been able to help with this one. I have a problem with shift lag at highway speeds on hot days (90+) when engine is at normal temp. 1 to 2 seconds after a accelo...
2002 Toyota RAV4 2.0L shifting VIN: JTEHH20V02
This vehicle came in for a transmission filter change on customers request. Filter was changed and fluid topped off. Fuild was very dark. Test drove vehicle and everything seemed good. Two days later vehicle came back in with complaints of harsh shifting. Drov...

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1997 Kia Sportage 2.0L Surge, Cuts out, MIL Lamp on VIN: KNDJA7230V
Thank you to those who responded. One person suggested a timing belt problem but the car ran well sometimes. The other two suggested checking powers and grounds and the knock sensor specifically. I opted for a different solution. I bailed on it. It looked like... Trouble codes: P0135 (O2 B1 S1 Htr Circ), P0141 (O2 B1 S2 Htr Circ), P0101 (Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range Performance), P0342 (Cam Pos. Sensor Circuit A Low B1 or Single Sensor), P0335 (Crank Position Sensor A Circuit).
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