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2003 Audi A4 1.8L dualmass flywheel VIN: WAUAC48H83
Dear Audi Friends, above car has a bad CVT transmission and we have send it to ZF for rebuild. My question is in regards to the DUAL MASS FLYWHEEL: The D M F has a 5 mm rotational play (back and forth, which we think is normal, working on Porsches and BMW's, ...
2001 BMW 740iL 4.4L Poor Idle Quality, Hesitation VIN: WBAGH83471
This car overheated coming up the hill to Tahoe and failed a block check. It was running when it came in. I pulled the heads and sent them out for pressure check and resurface. I assembled everything and used all the special tools. The car does not want to acc...
2000 Volkswagen Passat GLS 1.8L drive train vibration VIN: WVNA23B0YE
This is my fathers car and I personally have not worked on it. has bad vibration on accell only starting at 20mph. Goes away at cruise or decell. I can down shift into lower gears and the hertz seems the same so I don't believe it is in the engine. I am thinki...
2001 Volkswagen Passat GLS 1.8L heater VIN: WVWPD63B41
The customer is complaining that her heater is not working. After the car is warmed up and you turn the heater on the air is only sightly warm for a couple of minutes and then becomes tepid. The blower works fine and the hoses going into the heater core seem t...

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1995 Jaguar XJ6 4.0L Safety VIN: 43SC725985
Thanks to all that replied. The problem turned out to be the SRS control module. Also the autologic diag, unit does read the SRS fault codes. Because the module was bad it could not log any faults. Thanks again. Kent
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