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2013 Ford F-150 XL 3.7L No Start VIN: 1FTEX1CMXD
Truck was towed in, no start. oe spark plugs fouled. Replaced vehicle started- found clogged catalytic convertor -replaced convertors. started up has 02 sensors stuck rich codes. if vehicle sits overnight plugs will be fouled again on start up. Has new m.a... Trouble codes: P2196 (B1S1 stuck rich), P2198 (B2S1 stuck rich), P2271 (B1s2 stuck rich), P2273 (B2s2 stick rich)
2002 Jaguar XKR 100 4.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: SAJDA41B82
Scan tool data show bank 3 sensor 2 fail. Anyone know where is bank 3 located. Never heard bank 3 engine before
2001 Volvo S40 1.9L Large Engine oil leak VIN: YV1VS29501
Customer reports that slow oil leak is now losing 1 quart every 40 miles. Leak appears to be coming from down around the front crankshaft oil seal or oil pump area. I have removed the 4 bolts and the large center nut from the harmonic balancer. Balancer do...

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2008 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD WT 6.6L No Start VIN: 1GCHK24658
Again, thanks to all of you helping with this truck. I was told my closing from the first help request got a bad rating. Dan said it was because it sounded like I was giving up and walking away from it. That wasn't the case and I did not mean to give that i...
2012 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn 5.7L Misfire VIN: 1C6RD7PT2C
It is FIXED! Brian, you nailed it. The pushrod on #5 wasn't properly seated. Of course #5 because that's the hardest side and it's right under the brake booster. Fixed #5 and all the other misfires disappeared as well. I know I looked at that as I was assembli... Trouble codes: P0300 (Random multiple misfire).
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