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2004 Acura RL Premium 3.5L ABS, VSC systems VIN: JH4KA96634
Looking for some input before proceeding further. Rear brake pads replacement and rear rotors machined due to normal wear, no other symptoms. Opened caliper bleeders during piston compressing. Pumped brake pedal upon completion, fluid level slightly low, toppe...
2007 Hyundai Tucson GLS 2.0L tensioner VIN: KM8JM12B97
hi hyundai techs. going to do a t belt on this.looking at hms&autodata service info they don't show a pin in the tensioner but the new one comes with the pin in it. not a big deal just wondering why the service info dosent show it??and is the service info corr...
2001 Toyota Corolla CE 1.8L Mechanical VIN: 2T1BR12E31
Hello fellow techs. I have this vehicle(my girlfriends :( ) It had a p0420 and i replaced the cat with the factory converter. Job was a little cumbersome. You have to cut the pipe to install a factory corolla cat. I am getting a lean code p0171 after 500 miles...

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