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I had dual cooling fans, the replacement part was a single larger cooling fan. Now I get aengine light about my cooling system. Ho
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Electric power steering code C2219 is coming up on a scanner.
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I have a clinking noises from the rear when I am driving over a bump. The noise is most relevant in hot weather.
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