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1991 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4.0L No Start VIN: 1J4FJ78S8M
hi everybody, jeep towed in friday, no start, customer installed reman engine, I check it, find no spark. the crank sensor is gone and the bolts are missing. call customer he has bolts no sensor, get new sensor (standard ign.) and install it. now it will spark...
1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3L No Start VIN: 2P4GP44R4T
Thanx for taking time to read this. We are a specialty shop so drivability is not a service we offer. This customer complained of a exhaust odor that turned out to be a raw gas odor instesd. The ppoblem was an obvious fuel leak at the fuel rail seal to fuel cr...

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1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3L 3D,4TH,Rev. VIN: 1P4GP44GOW
I found a seal damaged in the input shaft hub assembly, apparently damaged by me when I installed the overdrive/reverse piston. The reverse clutch reaction plate got cooked and was warped/distorted enough to restrict free movement between the input clutches re...
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