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2003 Honda Civic Hybrid 1.3L cvt auto trans. VIN: JHMES96643
O Kay, ladies and gents. This unit does not move at all. No forward, no reverse, NO NOISES, no grinding, slipping, juddering, nothing. It runs fine, starts up every time no problem. Just doesn't move at all. I've ran through the trouble shooting tree over and ...

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1999 Honda Civic EX 1.6L Stall VIN: 2HGEJ6688X
Hi folks; The customer has had the car a week and says it works fine.I'm fairly sure the only thing that made a difference was me screwing in the base idle screw, cracking the throttle enough to compensate for something-[old age/wear/?].After reading the respo...
2005 Kia Sedona EX 3.5L Lighting VIN: KUDUP13125
Yes it was the DRL!! Alldata's wiring diagram is better than Mitchell's but both are suspect and seem to be inaccurate. Neither seems to show the DRL and its relation to the running lights. Oh well, problem solved:) Thanks to all!!
2004 Mazda 3 S 2.3L intake manifold VIN: JM1BK14324
well it seemed that people are torn on what my actual problem wwas. but i believe that its internal to the intake manifold. i havent replaced it yet buy when i can get my hands on a decently priced used one i will thanks iatn
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