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2000 Acura EL 1.6L low power
2000 acura 1.6 el. Low power at all speeds. Starts very well, idles smooth, no codes, decent mileage. Vehicle seems to be lacking power at all speeds. Very noticeable on hills. I drive a 93 civic sedan 1.5l auto non-VTEC, and it will run circles around th...
1999 Honda Civic EX 1.6L No Start VIN: 1HGEJ8148X
Group I hope a Honda expert can help me. I am having hell with trying to diagnose a hot no start. Vehicle if driven around for 30 minutes or so will not start on cranking after it sits for 15 -20 minutes. I have verified it is getting fuel and it has no spark ...
2002 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2L Excessive Emissions, Poor Idle Quality, Poor Fuel Economy, MIL Lamp on, blowing grey smoke
Hello fellow technicians would really appreciate some direction on fixing this vehicle. Customer compliant is rough idle & blowing smoke after warm up. The problem happens intermittently but the engine has to be warm. the MIL light comes on with the above-ment... Trouble codes: 31 (CAN communications fault), 51 (EGR position sensor fault), 52 (Variable geometry turbo boost sensor fault)
1994 Toyota Pickup 2.4L Stall VIN: 4TARN81A7R
The truck was running very poorly and runs too rich with rotten smell. Thick carbon built up inside the throttle body. low on oil and black, dirty air filter. Compression is 120+/- 10 psi, smoke test pass, fuel pressure 35 psi idle, 45 psi key on, perform thro... Trouble codes: 25 (Air fuel ratio lean), 31 (Air flow meter circuit)

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2001 Toyota Corolla CE 1.8L Engine VIN: 1NXBR12E11
We fixed this one by having the short block rebuilt, since the customer had invested into having a head job done awhile back, he didn't want to lose what he already put in. Upon cylinder head removal, we found excessive piston to cylinder wall clearance (mach...
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