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cold start issues
Hi Jim. The poor cold start may be related to a faulty/dirty IAC (idle air control) valve not allowing engine RPM (revolutions per minute) to increase with ambient temperatures below 30 degrees. Assuming the check engine light is on, accessing...
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I have to replace an upper radiator hose, what steps must I take to access the hose and remove it.
Access to the hose is clear. On a vehicle of this age, if you are replacing one radiator hose, really all should be replaced, including the heater hoses, due to the inevitable deterioration of rubber products. YourMechanic does perform radiator...
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Engine stalls will restart run 30 sec then stalls again or run for a while
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a fuel pressure problem causing the incorrect fuel pressure to be supplied to the injectors or potentially a dirty or faulty idle air control problem. You may also have dirty or clogged...
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Car has problem starting. It won't crank.
This may suggest a faulty wiring problem or potentially a faulty starter relay. This is a unit that directs power from the battery to the starter solenoid which then engages the starter when you turn the key. When this is...
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High idle, deiseling(sometimes) jumping in gears and choke light stays on.
Hello. If all of these issues appeared after you took the vehicle into a shop then I would return to that shop and have them address the problems. It may be possible that the issues developed as a result of...
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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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pulley fell off
For the 1995 G-20, all of the brackets in the location you describe are listed in GM parts catalogs. Using those catalogs, and your description, I narrowed it down to 5 possible GM part numbers: 10187650, 10179211, 10163742, 10163742, 10028767....
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Shifting problem?
What you are describing may be a result of a faulty speed sensor, potentially low transmission fluid or a even a faulty transmission control solenoid. As your vehicle travels down the road, the computer analyzes data being sent by vehicle...
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part number of engine belt of infiniti g20 salon car
There are two drive belts on your engine. One belt drives the alternator and AC compressor. The Infiniti OEM part number is A192M0E0SMVW (if you do not have A/C use part number A192021B01). The second belt drives the power steering...
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A rubbing noise in front wheel
It really depends on whether or not you were experiencing the noise before you made these repairs. If so, the issue could be caused by a CV joint that is damaged. I would recommend having one of our mobile mechanics...
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windshield wiper motor
Generally, if the same electrical component fails multiple times, there may be an electrical issue. There can be a broken or loose wire in the wiper circuit. It can be causing an intermittent short or over-voltage situation to the wiper...
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My 1988 Chevy G 20 van with a 350 small block overheated the other day I replace the distributor rotor spark plugs PCV valve thr
It sounds like you may have a the beginning of a blown cylinder head gasket. A blown head gasket may cause a number of different symptoms. A head gasket that fails between cylinders will generally cause a misfire and potentially...
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Hi Tim, what should I expect to pay to have the right front output seal replaced on my 2001 infinity g20
Hi Nancy. It really depends on where you have the CV axle shaft assembly replaced. If it's completed by a local mechanic shop, prices can range anywhere from $250 to $400, dealerships tend to charge 30% more in most cases...
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Car randomly jerks in first gear idle by red light but goes away when increased speed. However it returns at speeds of 2 rp
If the idle fluctuates during this "jerking", there is probably an electrical issue, such as a brief interruption (ignition, fuel, etc.), although it's possible to have sticking valves, too. A trace of the secondary firing patterns on an automotive oscilloscope...
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Heater hose routing
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Power locks not working right
This is often related to a malfunctioning door lock actuator, a blown fuse or a faulty power door lock switch. When you use the door lock switch in the car it sends a signal to a relay which then activates...
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Where is the release latch located in a 1994 Infiniti xv
Hello, thank you for writing in. If the release button on the key fob, the release button inside, and the key itself will not work, you are going to have to drill out the cylinder and replace it. A locksmith...
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I don't know what hose I need ?
If the hose is molded (i.e., pre-bent and permanently curved), such a part is often only obtainable from an Infiniti dealer and the dealer has the exploded parts diagrams from which the hose name can be identified instantly. If the...
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Hey there! I can't seem to find the location of my canister purge valve on my 91 Chevy G20 5.7L 350
On these vehicles, the canister purge valve is typically located either on top of, or just in front of, the fuel tank. It has been my experience that they are most commonly found mounted to the top of the fuel...
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Chevy G20 1990 Van not starting. Transmission issues addressed. thumping noise during idle. Reservoir overflowed, no oil pressure
Hi there. Unfortunately, it's possible that your husband was correct about the cracked head gasket, but using a liquid "stop leak" product most likely made it worse. What likely occurred is whatever substance that was used to resolve the head...

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