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my car door wont open from the inside or outside. I slammed it pretty hard because I was mad but now itll pull away from the car a
Hi there. It's possible that this is just a minor issue; like the door lock being stuck or slightly bent. If this is the case, the door lock or hinge might need to be replaced. It's also possible that something...
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Transfer case or transmission
Hi there. If you're hearing a whining noise from the transfer case area, odds are there is either physical damage inside the case or perhaps it is experiencing lubrication issues. In some instances, a damaged inner seal will cause excessive...
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Transmission problem?
Hi There, What you are describing sounds like possibly low transmission fluid, a bad speed sensor or potentially a faulty transmission control module, which also controls the speed sensors. The transmission control module has various sensors such as vehicle speed...
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What can cause my 2013 ford escape SE 1.6 ltr to hesitate when accelerating
There are a number of things that may cause the car to hesitate when accelerating such as low fuel pressure, a dirty or faulty mass air flow sensor, clogged or dirty fuel injectors, a faulty throttle position sensor or potentially...
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Clicking noise
Hi there. Usually when the clicking noise occurs, it's caused by a starter that is damaged, or a starter relay that is faulty. However, if the clicking noise is continuing after you take the key out of the ignition, it...
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Do i need to replace the receiver drier and/or the expansion valve when replacing the condenser assembly?
Replacing the system drier is absolutely essential. If the system has been open to the atmosphere (due to the leak in the condenser), the desiccant in the drier has been fully saturated with moisture. As far as the expansion valve,...
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Check engine light
Hi There, This is most likely related to your gas cap, which can generally trigger the check engine light to come on if it is not on tightly or if it is leaking. I would suggest having you gas cap...
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i just want to knw if its a fair price. i paid 1100$ after getting the car to the nearest shop. they said the axel snapped
Hi there. For the services you have listed, that price is about average for a local mechanic to complete. The dealership would probably have charged you a bit higher than that price. You might want to have a professional mobile...
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How does an adaptive transmission work
There is not a fixed end-point insofar as the "learning" or adaptive strategy. The initial "adaptation" occurs within miles but these systems typically rely on "fuzzy" logic so there are continual changes in the operation of the transmission just as...
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My fan for my a c and heater is only blowing air on 2 3 and 4 settings but not 1
The blower motor resistor, in the motor speed control circuit, is probably faulty. If your vehicle does not have automatic temperature control, the part that needs to be replaced is relatively inexpensive. If you desire a definitive diagnosis, and replacement...
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Can you put a drive shaft on crooked
The drive shafts that connect the transmission to the wheels are called half shafts or propeller shafts and in most cases are not able to be put in crooked. They are either put on using fitted flanges or straight shafts....
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AC blower fan
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a faulty blower motor resistor. The blower motor resistor is a unit that controls the speed of the blower motor fan which i what generates the air inside your car when you...
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Transmission Lurching Issues?
The lurching is not caused by a fault in the transmission. Rather, the misfiring is probably the cause as the engine periodically gains and loses power as the misfiring occurs. Diagnostic Trouble Code P0301 means that Cylinder No. 1 is...
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Car won't reverse but drives fine. Will pop in reverse around 3000 rpms.
Your problem is probably due to wear in the transmission. The mileage is about right. The transmission operates using hydraulic pressure generated by an internal pump. As the fluid pump and other components wear, the clearances inside them increase and...
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PASS AIRBAG OFF light
If the seat is unoccupied, the light will stay "on" continuously. There are other circumstances under which the light may stay on though, including low weight on the seat, the seat belt is buckled but there is no seat occupant...
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Map sensor
Hi There, This may be a sign of a faulty MAP sensor as the vehicle responds adversely to a load put on the motor (i.e. putting it in gear, turning on AC or engaging the brakes). The Manifold Absolute Pressure...
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There is a rattle coming from my front driver side Tire area every time I turn in my 09 Ford excape what can it be
The rattle could be due to a loose or worn sway bar, strut, other suspension component, body panel, brake part including dust shield or other as yet unidentified part. As you are describing it, the noise sounds fairly obvious so...
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Something is grinding when I stop
It is possible that your dust shield behind the rotor is coming in contact with the rotor sometimes. I would recommend to use a small screwdriver and try to pry the dust shield away from the rotor anywhere that it...
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2005 Ford escape, door ajar issues making alarm go off randomly and lights on even when door is closed
Hi there. Typically when you have an error with a door ajar warning light or the alarm constantly going off, it's caused by an open electrical circuit or a failure of one of the multiple sensors that monitors these systems....
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I see the price for 1 coil pack. But what is it for all 6
In order to replace all 6 ignition coils you will need to have the upper intake removed. The labor is 2.2 hours labor plus parts needed like upper intake gasket seal and the ignition coils.

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