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2001 BMW M3 3.2L Poor Idle Quality, Stall VIN: WBSBL93461
Thanks in advance for the help I have one that I feel like burning. I am consistently able to get the vehicle to die while driving at any speeds above 40 mph. It dies when you push the clutch in and let the vehicle coast. It does not have anything to do with t...
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1998 Volkswagen Jetta GLX 2.8L Clutch VIN: 3VWTD81HXW
Vehicle came in 2/20 with a toasted clutch. Flywheel machined, new Sachs clutch installed with new release bearing and guide sleeve, release bearing bracket inspected and ok. System bled, pedal sitting on floor next morning. Rebleed system thinking some air st...
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2006 Volkswagen Jetta TDI 1.9L engine VIN: 3VWCT71KX6
ok gents this one has been fun. car towed in, customer complaint= driving down the freeway 65mph engine dies rolls to a stop will not restart. car sits for awhile. push the car into stall, pull codes, all 4 glow plug codes and a maf low signal code. clear them...
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2003 BMW Z4 3.0i 3.0L No Start VIN: 4USBT53473
Hey guys , Thanks to everyone for their replies. Upon further inspection we found that a rodent had chewed through the wiring harness. We soldered the broken wires & sealed them. Car runs perfect. Trouble codes: P0335 (Crank sensor), 3C1D, 3C1E, 3C1F.
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