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2005 Honda Odyssey EX-L 3.5L Mechanical VIN: 5FNRL38775
First Thank you to all in advance for your help. This is my personal vehicle, we bought it about a year and a half ago for what I thought was a steal. A few months after buying, it developed a knocking when cold but would go away once warm. I thought it was va...
2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid 2.4L ABS module VIN: 4T1BB46K47
The owner, who is a mechanic, replaced the front pads, but in the process he compressed the caliper pistons without opening the bleeders, which created a lot of pressure back to the ABS module. After the job the brake pedal was too stiff, and sometimes there i...

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2007 Honda Ridgeline RTL 3.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 2HJYK16567
This problem is fixed, the camshaft of the B1 was offset by one mm. Two things deviate me from a faster diagnosis, first the intake vacuum reading of 22Hg",this is usually a correct value for a good timing synchronization,and secondly I checked the camshafts a... Trouble codes: P0172 (Fuel System too rich B1), P0175 (Fuel System too rich B2).
2006 Mazda 3 i 2.0L Starting VIN: JM1BK12F56
Well this one is Fixed !! Great Thanks to Rick [...] from Houston,Tx after emailing and talking on the phone he helped me with getting it fixed. It turned out that all the 4 instrument clusters I tried where all no good and even from the other Mazda the same ...
1999 Toyota 4Runner SR5 3.4L Axle seals VIN: JT3HN86R0X
thanks to all who replied. If there are precise measurements listed in MOD or AllData I couldn't find them- but I quickly figured out once I had some input that the "retainer' is not a retainer but a seal surface. I centered the ABS tone ring in the sensor hol...
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