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1989 Dodge Raider 3.0L Excessive Emissions VIN: JB7FJ43S9K
this vehicle failed smog test due to high nox readings.egr system is clean and tested good.has new arb certified cat.timing is correct.fuel pressure @ 45 psi.new denso oxygen sensor.the problem we are seeing is,with dvom monitoring the oxygen sensor voltage,mo...

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2005 Chrysler Sebring 2.4L Cranks, No Start VIN: 1C3EL45X95
Lost timing belt. Vehicle had 131,000 on the origional belt and it snapped. Will need a complete engine rebuild, valves came in contact with one another from the camshafts being out of time (DOHC). Customer stated the engine is also comsuming oil so it will be...
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 5.7L No Start, Poor Idle Quality VIN: 1J4HR58225
My correct code numbers are P0203 & P0205, injector circuit faults. I checked these before to be sure they were not crossed or loose, they are ok. The orignal problem was a leak in the heater core area. So I took the dash out to replace the heater core and o-... Trouble codes: P2172 (High airflow/vacuum leak detected. Instantaneous acceleration).
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