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2014 BMW X5 xDrive35i 3.0L Noise VIN: 5UXKR0C54E
This car makes a squealing noise that is loud enough to be alarming and begins as the Eco Pro shuts off the engine but prior to the engine actually dying and persists for a second or so after the engine is stopped. Zero codes in any module on quick scan wh...
2007 Jeep Commander 3.7L No Start VIN: 1J8HG48K47
Original pump actually broke internally. Never seen this. New pump installed, no activation. Check for power and ground-still good. Ran 12 volts directly to pump and it works. Back probe plug at pump while plugged in-power flashes on then gone. Trace probl...

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2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.0L starter VIN: 5NPEC4AB7B
Yes, the Power Distribution Module had to be programmed by the dealer. If the original wasn't shattered, the info could have been copied, and transferred. Now all the customer has to do is replace all the broken glass, and clean up the blood.
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