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2007 Toyota Highlander Sport 3.3L Timing Belt VIN: JTEEP21A47
Vehicle came in for a water pump replacement at 38,000 miles. It was leaking into the timing cover although not seriously. We set the timing marks to TDC before we removed the timing belt. At some point the left cam (firewall side) jumped about 30 degrees coun...

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2004 Honda Civic EX 1.7L o2 sensor code VIN: 1HGEM21904
The customer and I have decided it is most likely the header that is the source of the code and are going to wait till he goes with a stand allone engine management system/ecm so these problems will go away since he only plans to modify the car more in the fut...
2004 Honda Odyssey EX 3.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 5FNRL189X4
Thank you for your replies. My tech tried using a Snap On 15/16" crows foot, but he couldn't get it down into the valley where the knock sensor was located. He ended up removing the intake runners from the cylinder heads and then easily got access to the knock... Trouble codes: P0325 (Knock Sensor Ckt).
2006 Nissan Altima SL 3.5L secondary timing chain tensioners VIN: 1N4BL11EX6
Ok. I purchases a new tensioner assy. for the right bank and yes it is different. It does not have the small plastic insert inside the spring, so I did not replace the complete tensioner. Just the shoes and reassembled. Car runs great with no wine or chain noi...
2007 Subaru Forester X 2.5L low pedal VIN: JF1SG63677
Thanks to everyone, A couple of responses were exactly right. It turned out to be the rt front caliper by-passing. We proved it by clamping off all 4 rubber brake lines to the calpers. As we removed one at a time checking position of pedal, on the first 3...
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