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2002 Hyundai Elantra GLS 2.0L Lighting VIN: KMHDN45D92
I have this car here that came in for blowing headlamps, the cust had replaced the pair and those blew out immediatly. I got the car and the engine lamp was on for a system voltage too high. Found running voltage to be at 18.35 volts and climbing before I shut...

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1993 Honda Prelude Si 2.3L Alignment VIN: JHMBB22500
got 4 replies about his one. I think the previous repairer's work had upset the system. I was thinking it might need some sort of reset but had also been told that the system's ecu also has problem with broken solders. I chose to remove the ecu based ona hunch...
1996 Nissan Maxima GLE 3.0L readiness monitor VIN: JN1CA21D1T
Thanks to all that replied, but we could not get the monitors reset. We recieved lots of good info. The computer had a constant power feed keeping the memory alive. even though the O2 sensors looked Ok we replaced all three. I followed the drive cycle to the l...
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