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1996 Honda Civic DX 1.6L master relay VIN: 2HGEJ6342T
It has been my experience that master relays on Hondas are notiously unreliable as the car ages and I decided to replace the relay on this 16 year old personal vehicle as "preventive maintenance." But after I removed the glove box and looked at the relay under...

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2005 Hyundai Sonata GLS 2.7L No Start VIN: KMHWF35H75
I want to thank everyone for their help and I also want to thank Thomas and Mohammed for reminding me about air gap. I went back out this weekend and rechecked all electrical voltages, grounds and signals. The Hyundai website said the gap is maximum .060 clear... Trouble codes: P0335 (Crank Sensor Circuit).
2004 Nissan Titan LE 5.6L No Start VIN: 1N6AA06B54
The final fix was to replace ECM. After replacing the ECM, I did the 5 second key on engine off security handshake and immediately noticed that the MIL was now functional and the condenser fan was off. The engine started and ran, but the problems continued. T...
1998 Toyota RAV4 2.0L crank timing belt pulley VIN: JT3GP10V9W
well thanks to all. i did drill #7 holes and tapped 1/4 20. it is very soft material. came off after spraying pent.oil over night easy. can now slide on by hand.will reuse pulley unless ya,ll email me not to. don't think holes weakened it but never know as it ...
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