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1994 Mazda MPV Passenger 3.0L Hesitation, Surge, Lack of power VIN: JM3LV5221R
This is my personal vehicle and had limited equipment at home to check it. The engine one day suddenly developed a hesitation and lack of power off-idle. When you depress the accelerator, it accelerates very weakly (almost like you had it in 2nd or 3rd gear wi...
2005 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4.7L front end
vehicle is full time 4wd that is making a cycling noise from front at 70-75 mph.can feel vibration in floor board also.completely goes away when you let off the gas.can be felt in passanger side but is more noticed in drivers seat. have replaced front diff and...
2008 Scion tC Spec 2.4L Air Bag Light VIN: JTKDE16738
This car was a wreck in the right rear quarter, no air bags were ever blown. Air bag light was off until quarter panel was replaced. There is a sensor for the RR that was disconnected during repair and put back in, apparently they started the car (with the sen...

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2002 Nissan Xterra SE 3.3L Torque converter VIN: 5N1ED28Y42
Recieved 2 replies. One suggested checking for misfiring, which is always a good idea when faced with this problem. However I had verified that was not the cause. Other suggestion was to replace the Torque converter. That would probably fix it, but a liitle mo...
2000 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 4S3BH686XY
Thank you to everyone who took the time to reply! Well the overwhelming response was to replace the sensor. I did check the connectors and wiring again to be sure they were in good shape. There was no corrosion on the mounting surface either. I don't like to r... Trouble codes: P0325.
1995 Toyota Camry LE 2.2L no pedal VIN: JT2SK12E1S
Thanks for all the help. Bryan at Duffy's Automotive was right on target. Replaced the master cylinder for the fourth time, only I used a new part this time. Best brakes the car every had.I wonder if carquest will replace the 2 gallons brake fluid for me[ haha
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