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|1992 Audi 100 S 2.8L No Start VIN: WAUBJ54A3N
my "ace" mechanic removed the transmission from this car and did not remove the engine rpm sensor wire and ignition timing sensor wire from the upper left bracket. upon lowering the transmission the wires ripped apart. can you repair the wires or do the sensor...
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|1999 Volkswagen Jetta GLS 2.8L MIL Lamp on
Thanks to all who helped me with this Euro,the customer took there car and is going to bring it back at a later date. Again,thanks for the help and hopefully I can do the same in return,because of people like you the Technicians have another resource for help!
|2000 Volkswagen Beetle GL 2.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: WVWZZZ9CZY
Thanks Group, 6 out of 7 replies said to fit new genuine MAF, One reply said - revisit the vac pipes - couldnt fault them. The MIL lamp has now stayed off. Trouble codes: 16556 (P0172 System too rich).
|1988 Volvo 240 2.3L No Start
well it turned out to be a combination of a leaking pressure reg and fouled plufs. thanks to all who replied.
|2005 Volvo S80 2.5T AWD 2.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: YV1TH59215
Note: for this vehicle as well as most 2005 and newer Volvo automobiles, OBDII uses the ISO 15765 protocol (CAN). There is no pin #7 for protocol ISO 9141 (K line). Many OBDII testers are not capable of the CAN protocol. For the MA state inspection equipment...