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My son has a 1994 mustang that was turned from a manual to an auto trans before he bought it. It seems to be stuck in gear. Goes
Hello, thank you for writing in. The first step is to see if you can manually switch the transmission into a gear where the gear selector connects to the outside of the transmission. If you cannot, there is an interior...
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Shift linkage
This may suggest the transmission synchros may be wearing out. Your transmission has small gear synchronizer rings that help to move the transmission in and out of the various gears. When these begin to wear out, you may notice it...
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1994 CHEVROLET G20 SPORTVAN/VAN priced at $4,995 for 84,026 miles, good price? good van?
Hi there. Any vehicle more than 20 years old listed higher than $3,000 with nearly 100,000 miles is not necessarily a good deal. Although the miles per year seem very low, what is not known is the type of driving...
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How do I fill the cooling system in my 1994 C220 Mercedes
To properly fill your cooling system, you need to start with the engine cold. With the engine off, fill the radiator slowly until the level is about 1"below the neck. Leave the cap off and with the car in park...
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Won't crank
Hi there. Without knowing the specifics or steps you've completed on the replacement services, it's hard to pinpoint or isolate the source of your problem. However, if you turn the key and nothing happens, in general it's caused by a...
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I have a 94 Toyota Corolla with a 1.6 L 4-cylinder the speedometer doesn't work and when it does it will not go over 10
Hi there. In most cases, a speedometer that does not work is caused by a failed speed sensor (which apparently you've replaced), the speedometer cable being damaged or in some cases, a communication error with the ECU. In order to...
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does a manual trans take oil?
Hi there. Contrary to an automatic transmission, the fluid in a manual system is not directly involved in changing gears, because it is a mechanical system, whereas an automatic transmission is hydraulic. However, it still does require transmission fluid. It's...
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Yes I change transmission on 94 5.7 chevy truck 1500 after one day it started doing exactly like old transmission will not shift
Assuming the second transmission actually works, what you are describing points to a fault in engine controls that affect transmission shift points. This would include things like a throttle position sensor, speeds sensors or any vacuum operated controls. However, it...
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Won't crank
The battery could be discharged. Prior to performing diagnostics the battery should be load tested. With a battery in good condition and the immobilizer (security) system off, if the starter motor does not operate at that point, there are only...
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For our 94 toyota 4runner, we have been told that a leak was found at high pressure hose from compressor to condensor and the esti
Hi there. To be honest, that's a very fair price estimate to have all those services completed. As long as that price quote includes labor, and charging and testing the AC system for operation, I would feel comfortable with that...
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Lost power on the freeway took exit car wouldnt go park it rolls back on a hill .... Then grinding noise gears wouldnt work
Based upon what you are describing, it sounds like your shift cable may have come disconnected from the transmission. This can happen when the bushings on the end of the cable wear out. In some cases, the entire cable will...
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how can i fix the charging issues from the alternator to battery
We can repair this for you. The best approach is to return the charging system wiring to the original configuration that is documented in the Factory Service Manual. Once the physical wiring is in place, it is a relatively simple...
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Water in motor
It sounds like the motor may have flooded with water causing it to become vapor locked, which results in the water creating an air tight pressure inside the cylinders not allowing it to expel the water. Generally, this will require...
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Loosing power. Engine won't crank
Hi There, If you have a good battery and starter, the clicking is likely from the battery not getting enough power to the starter motor. This is caused by the battery cables not making good contact to the battery or...
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Hello I have a 1994 gotta celica and I'm trying to locate my fuel pump fuse relay
The fuel pump circuit operating relay provides power to the fuel pump. On your vehicle, it is located on the back of the engine control module (ECM) assembly and held in place by two screws. The ECM is located behind...
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Hello I'm trying to locate my fuel pump relay on my 1994 Toyota but I'm not finding it. It says it should be behind the glove box
The fuel pump relay is called the circuit opening relay and is under in front of the center console.
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My 1994 ford escort is leaking transmission fluid from axle
The side transmission axle seal may be torn or the internal carrier bearings are worn allowing the axle to sag and leaking the oil. The inner axle joint seal surface may also be scratched. You need to first try and...
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Hello i have a 1994 celica and I located my fuel pump relay is there anyway I can just reset it instead of buying a new one to
The relay is automatic reset and if it is not making contact then it needs replaced with a new one. The internal contacts may be bad and not making good connection. You cannot manually reset it.
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Engine makes a high purring sound and won't turn off when key is taken out.
Hi there. What you are describing if often caused by multiple different mechanical system failures, ranging from an ignition system failure to a damaged ignition lock cylinder or electrical connection. Since you're also experiencing issues with engine smoke, it's probably...

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