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1994 BMW 320i 2.0L No Start VIN: WBACB12080
Hello, car came in with crank sensor code and intermitant hard start cold, found insulation on sesnor wires missing and wires touching. Replace crank sensor, no codes but now car won't start with sensor connected, only disconected (must use cam for ref). Doubl...
2000 Porsche Boxster Roadster 2.7L Ims VIN: WP0CA2982Y
Hello to all Porsche techs, this vehicle came in to have some oil leaks to be taken care of. Of course the rear main is suspect of leakage. At the same time I removed the intermediate shaft flange and to may surprise the bearing is about ready to blow. What a ...
2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI 1.9L Hesitation, Cuts out, MIL Lamp on VIN: 3VWSP29M91
Hi thanking everyone in advance for any help you can give. Under part to heavy acceleration check engine light comes on and car looses power turbo cuts out restate car it will reset and work fine till next heavy acceleration. Replaced glow plugs to get rid of ... Trouble codes: 16764 (glow plug monitor), 17965 (charg pressure regulation control limit excedded), P1256
2002 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L Noise VIN: 3VWSK69MX2
We see more and more of these VW transaxles with noisy final drives-but have never replaced the bearings or gears in one. It sounds like it may be excess slop in the bearings, but I am not sure if this noise may also be the gears. We have seen 4 of these in th...

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1998 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0L Compressor VIN: 3VWBB61C7W
Hello, thanks to everyone for their replays, specially to Chris, he was right, the cut off swicht on the coolant system was the problem, only costs 25$ from the dealer, replaced today and so far AC is working ok.
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