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1993 Honda Accord EX 2.2L Starting VIN: 1HGCB7673P
I have read thru the tech replies on this vehicle and I have found the information I needed for my problem of no start and most techs said to replace the Main Relay..Now my problem is I cannot find the location of this relay. Could someone help me out on this,...
2001 Honda CR-V LX 2.0L Ball Joint VIN: JHLRD18751
My niece had her CR-V towed in here with a broken lower ball joint. When I took it apart I was surprised to see the joint had snapped below the ball. I'm strongly suggesting she replace the other side as well. Has anyone seen this failure before? You can see t...
2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS 2.4L Shifter, Transmission VIN: 4A3AC34G31
Customer tow car in with completely burned clutch. Replace clutch kit and flywheel, ready for road test and find out car will not go into first gear. Even though it felt like it went into first gear, you can feel the car is in third gear once you take off. Shi...

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1995 Nissan Altima GXE 2.4L engine VIN: 1N4BU31D5S
Sorry it took so long to get back with the answer. We remove the head again and found two of the valves leaking. That still would not have cause zero compression on all the cylinders We took the head back to the machine shop to have him double check the head,...
1995 Subaru Legacy 2.2L starter VIN: 4SEBK6556S
thank you everyone who replied. I removed the shifter cable as it was very stiff and replaced it with a good used one from f and s subaru parts junkyard. I then checked the fusible link, that was good, the fuses were all good also. I called the local subaru de...
2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited 3.3L key programming VIN: JTEEW44A18
Well as many have guessed this was a remote from ebay. She swears it was "new" but it would not learn. Get a new remote from the dealer, she says they are $600.00, not sure on that but it appears that's what it will take.
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