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2003 Audi A4 1.8L convertor clutch VIN: WAULC68E23
This 5sp automatic has a slightly delayed engagement into reverse but otherwise shifts quite well. At times a random shudder is briefly felt as well. The problem I am struggling to be certain about is regarding an apparent issue with the torque converter. ...
2014 BMW 435i xDrive 3.0L Electronics VIN: WBA3R5C59E
Hey all I have one that I am nervous to pull the trigger on just yet. Hoping to get your opinion for any checks I may have missed. Customer was driving the vehicle when suddenly his instrument cluster and iDrive screen went out. Engine was still runn...
2013 Mercedes-Benz C250 1.8L check engine VIN: WDDGF4HB3D
we have this mercedes with p0017 keeps popping up after 2 ignition cycles. all of the chains and guides were done and also have new cam adjusters. the specified and actual value looks good but check engine light still comes on.

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2000 Audi A4 1.8L Hesitation, Surge, Cuts out VIN: WAUDC68D7Y
Hey! Thanks for all the replies! The problem ended up being the fuel pump. My initial testing pointed to a fueling issue. The lean O2 sensor reading under load, and the fuel pressure dropping under load when scoped. The pump was changed a year ago. When ... Trouble codes: P1117, P1114, P1606.
2007 Saab 9-3 Aero 2.8L engine VIN: YS3FH46U77
Thanks to those who replied, constructively! As usual, Anders had the prize winning answer! Seems the leak was coming from the seals behind the cast coolant outlet pipe, above the pump. This was logical, but not obvious, as it was not leaking, externally, but ...
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