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My engine died while driving and now won't start.
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P0016
Hi...Diagnostic Trouble Code P0016 has many causes other than a failed camshaft position sensor. Other possible causes for Code P0016(https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0016-obd-ii-trouble-code-camshaft-position-a-camshaft-position-correlation-bank-1-by-jay-safford) to set include: the camshaft timing is wrong because the timing chain jumped teeth; the camshaft phaser is out of...
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Delay speed, weakness to climb a slope. 2004 Jeep Liberty
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Heater blowing cool air 2014 Jeep Wrangler
Hi there - this sounds like a heater blend door problem - only routing warm air to the passenger side of the cabin. I would recommend a heating system inspection by a mobile, professional mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic,...
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Oil pressure drops to zero when engine is hot and idling
Hello, This suggests that one of two things are happening. Either the motor is in fact low on oil or the oil pressure sending unit is not working properly and may be producing a faulty reading. I would recommend first,...
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Hi There, What you are describing sounds like the starter may not be aligned with the flywheel properly. As you know, when you turn the key and the starter solenoid engages the starter, a small gear comes out and engages...
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O2 Sensor
Hi There, There are a number of possible reasons as to what may have caused this code to show up as the O2 sensor reads the exhaust gases that are a product of many different variables. Unfortunately, there is no...
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overheating
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Check engine light on
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Rear wiper arm
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Rear wiper arm
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The power locks and windows will not work when a door is open.
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Transmission issues
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