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|2007 Pontiac G6 3.5L Fuel injection VIN: 1G2ZG58N67
I recently bought a customers car because the cost of repair was too much for then to bear. After getting everything fixed and titled and registered, I can now concentrate on the "little things" that need to be done. I removed the throttle body and bench cle...
|2002 Volvo V70 X/C 2.4L steering assist VIN: YV1SZ58D22
After replacing the rack it seemed ok for a little while but whenever the engine returned to idle the steering was hard as if no assist. The assist was fine before the rack was changed. It seems to have assist above 2000 rpm most of the time but will judder an...
Fixes & Summaries for All Makes and Models
|2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LS 2.2L Misfire
good morning !!! after i perform a leak down test i found cylinder number 1 & 4 leaking so bad out of the exhaust i remove the cylinder head flip it over i just drop some water to the exhaust manifold right a way water coming out at valve seat very fas...
|2003 Mini Cooper S 1.6L Battery VIN: WMWRE334X3
Unfortunately customer took the car two days after I post my help request, I didn't get the time to do more test on it, since the problem for no crank every morning was the battery the cust decided pick the car and drive it like that, and bring it back when t...
|2007 Mini Cooper S 1.6L timing VIN: WMWMF73567
Hey guys, I have some interesting information on the fix. I received this vehicle in very bad condition with all the high mileage Mini issues. I found the solenoid plugged replaced with new one and still no change. With the help of the shop foreman we started ...
|2008 Toyota Corolla S 1.8L Cooling Systems VIN: 1NXBR30E18
Thanks much for all the suggestions guys, customer says the heat has been better since t-stat. I did recommend a heater core flush to check for sediment. Although that may be a temporary fix also. Thanks again!