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Prev Professional Automotive Repair Technical Discussions for September 13, 2009
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2000 Saab 9-3 2.0L Surge
hi all I really need a bailout here friends. just r & r'd the trans to fix a rear main oil seal. put back together, started right up, no leaks. put it in Reverse from Park, nothin. Put into Drive and then Reverse, it shifts. test drive she was shifting very e...
1971 Volkswagen Transporter 1.6L way flasher and stop lights VIN: 2212134592
Hello Friends This vehicle came to the shop after the new owner purchased it.After the new owner worked on it, or tried to, and also the seller worked on it too..., I had to re-do the front brakes completely, and also checked the rear brakes, which was no pro...
2000 Volkswagen Beetle GLX 1.8L lack of power VIN: 3VWDD21C8Y
hello, car runs geat no misfire no surge nothing just has no power when you get on it dont even hear the turbo like you usually can on these, checked wastegate linkage and solenoid ok, moved wastegate arm with ling screwdriver ok, when revving engine up you ca...

Fixes & Summaries for European
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2001 Audi TT 1.8L traction control VIN: TRUTX28N81
Most of you were right ! Under the steeing columm after removing the cover.We put in the new sensor and haven heard nothing from customer for over two weeks,so I'll call it's a fix. Thanks Guys for all of yours very quick & accurate replies !
1997 Mercedes-Benz E320 3.2L No Start VIN: WDBJF55F5V
all of you were right replacing the key was the fix thanks to all Trouble codes: P1570, B1703.
2004 Volkswagen Beetle GL 2.0L overheat VIN: VW3L5YL9NB
thank you for all the help blown headgasket was the problem customer undecided what to do thanks all iatn tech
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