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2000 BMW Z3 M Roadster 3.2L Oil Temp VIN: WBSCK9342Y
Hello IATN friends! I installed the supercharger on this vehicle last fall. Since then I have had multiple problems with the kit. The kit came complete from a BMW specialty company who will remain nameless for now. I have been on and off the phone over the la...

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1998 Audi A4 1.8L Hesitation, MIL Lamp on, NO POWER VIN: WAUCB28DXW
Hello, and my thanks to everyone that responded. The original problem that was setting the cam sensor code was a stripped camshaft sprocket, The key that is cast into the sprocket had broken and the sprocket slipped several degrees. The marks for the timing be... Trouble codes: P1338.
1997 BMW 318i 1.9L cooling system VIN: WBACC9328V
After trying all the suggestions and many parts and hours of labor wasted car still overheats, I even replaced the coolant temp.sensor,reverse flush radiator for 4 hours with an external pump and saw excelent flow (while flushing) . Nothing worked . So I retur...
1982 Fiat 124 Spider 2.0L Mechanical VIN: 2FAAS00B4C
Thanks guys for confirming what I thought was the way it should go. we ended up using a little heat and a large breaker bar and it came loose in a flash, and no damage to the pulley or bolt. thanks again. Jeff.
2001 Mercedes-Benz ML320 3.2L MIL Lamp on VIN: WDC1631542
thanks everybody for input to this problem,customer has decided to wait till next service to go deeper into this,as car runs fine as is, thanks. Trouble codes: P2008, P2088.
2003 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo S 1.8L compressor
Thanks to everyone who took time to reply.Don and Milford nailed it. And thanks to Daniel for the in depth reply. When I pulled the fuses from the fuse panel on top of the battery and shined a flashlight into the terminal connectors, I could see were one of ...
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