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2000 BMW 540i 4.4L will not crank VIN: WBADN6345Y
The DME (ECM) fuse #1(fuse block next to DME & TCM)blows very Int. Replaced the fuse veh will operate perfectly for 2 days to 2 weeks without failure. Replaced the DME (ECM), veh left & has come back with same concern. This time trans program light came on, bu...
1998 Jaguar XJ8 4.0L No Start VIN: SAJHX1249W
Car starts fo a few seconds and shuts off. Fuel pressure is 55 lbs , pumps quits after engine dies. Ignition and injector pulse present. I think that a relay is giving me hard time or a sensor. This car has the Ford v-8 engine in it . Thanks for your help Rega...
2001 Volkswagen Beetle GL 2.0L drivers seatbelt switch VIN: VWCB21C01M
Does anyone have any diag info on code 591, drivers seatbelt switch high resistance. Specifically what resistance values should I be seeing on what circuits. Alldata has very little info. I know these switches go bad, but I want to be sure before I spend the m...

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1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SEL 3.8L Poor Idle Quality
thanks to all who replied. most called it with the faulty idle speed module at the dash. pulled the cover and wiggled the circuit board ane idle started coming down. replaced the module with a reman--$309 list vs. $700!!, and she is all good. thanks again w
2001 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.4L MIL Lamp on VIN: WP0CA29991
Hello Techs. I wanted to thank everyone that took the time to respond to my help request, and offer input. A special thanks to Dave and Sevan for getting me detailed info on the diagnosis, and repair procedure for this Porsche. Now onto the fix: Dave sugges... Trouble codes: P1128 (Oxygen Sensing Adaptation Idle Range above Maximum Threshold. Bank 1), P1130 (Oxygen Sensing Adaptation Idle Range above Maximum Threshold. Bank 2).
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