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|1999 Dodge Ram 2500 Van 5.9L No Start, back fires VIN: 3B7KF23Z6X
I have a good one here. The truck was going to come in for a water pump. It happened to get towed in. Customer stated that he had it running in the morning and it quit. Would not restart other than back firing. I got it and replaced the water pump and the cap ...
|1996 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L overheating VIN: 1J4FJ2857T
we did a combustion chamber test for head gasket/combustion gases entering the cooling system., it showed positive for combustion gases in the cooling system., no brainer right? well, we replaced the head gasket, signs of gaskets blown between cylinders #3 & #...
|1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L coolant temp VIN: 1J4FF68S8X
Hello fellow techs. I am once again looking to the experts for some tenured advice. I swear I am the only shop around that can't just get a bad sensor or a brake job. Anyway, this jeep comes in for no A/C. Customer failed to mention that the temp gauge swings ...
|2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1J4FA44S25
Hope some tachs have seen this problem. Jeep started out intermited but now is setting on start up. Clear codes and start they come back as soon as engine runs for a very short time. Unplugged pcm and tested each heater circuit by ohms each one read 5.1 to 5.7... Trouble codes: P0031 (O2 sensor heater circuit low bank 1 sensor 1), P0037 (O2 sensor heater circuit low bank 1 sensor 2), P0051 (O2 sensor heater circuit low bank 2 sensor 1), P0057 (O2 sensor heater circuit low bank 2 sensor 2)
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|2003 Dodge Durango Sport 4.7L Over Heating VIN: 1D4HS38N73
Thanks to All that replied to my request for help. It seems Curtis from Michigan had the correct diagnostic reply. After replacing the water pump and thermostat, the vehicle engine temp is now normal, with or without the A/C running. I have driven the vehicl...
|1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 3.8L Downshift to 1st VIN: 1P4GP44L5X
Thanks to everyone who responded. I brought the van in last night to drop the pan. While pulling it in I could hear some whirring & slight grinding. I dropped the pan & found shrapnel from either some needle bearings or planetary gears. I'm shopping now for pa...