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My car hase I bank 1 code and it slips into fault neutral
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Replaced starter but still won't start. Gives a loud click than several small clicks
What you are describing sounds like a faulty starter solenoid. A faulty starter solenoid will generally produce a clicking sound when turning the key. The starter solenoid is located on the starter and has internal electrical contacts that transmit electricity...
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My serpantune belt is not moving and of the compinents
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Got the problem fixed on my 2002 Honda Accord light went out for a few seconds but keeps coming back on with the same code for the
The trouble code(s) read at the Honda dealership provide only a general indication of the fault or faulty system. Trouble codes are not a diagnostic and thus there is no trouble code that a mechanic could rely on as a...
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Unplugged output shaft speed sensor to look at possible shotty wiring, plugged it back in, and car shifts worse than before
When you disconnected and reinstalled sensor connector you may have lost most if not all of the connection and may need to remove and clean out connections and new sensor pins with an electronics cleaner and apply a small amount...
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Car doesn't want to stay started when fouling it gas
I'm not entirely clear, but it sounds like you might be saying that you had the cylinder head off and now that you've put it back together, it isn't working properly. Most of the time when that happens the first...
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1998 honda accord transmission would make noises when it shifts to drive or reverse
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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Which cylinder goes to what number on the coil pack on 2003 2.3l ford ranger, 1 plug per cylinder?
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Misfires
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Electrical power steering pump doesnt work after car wash
You may have got water into the connections causing the problem. You will need to disconnect electrical connections on the electrical steering and blow out connections with compressed air and see if this helps? If the system has a power...
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My car makes a woo woo noise
The typical causes of what you are describing are brake system faults, faulty wheel bearings, and possibly the CV axles. There are a few other possibilities but a mechanic would suspect those issues first. If you request a vehicle noise...
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2008 ford fusion output shaft speed sensor connector part number
You will need to visit the local Ford dealer so you can get the connector since the connector is only available with the transmission harness. The junk yard is the only other place you could go to get just the...
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1999 Honda accord. Idles up and down. Will start cold, runs great. Try to restart warm, won't. Floods.
This problem of erratic idle speed is often referred to as "surging" or "hunting". The causes include a faulty idle air control valve or circuit (IAC), a faulty ECM (not common), faults in the fuel pump control circuit, defective spark...
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Do I need alignment after replacing front shocks and struts
Some vehicles have fixed front camber which is typically the only alignment criteria (measure) that would be affected by strut replacement. However, your vehicle does have adjustable camber settings and so, yes, the vehicle would have to be aligned if...
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What's the difference in egr gas recirculation valve and an egr vacuum controller?
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I want to buy a 2006 Mazda 6 with 141,000 miles on it. Is this a good car?
Hi Ashdin. Thanks for contacting us today. The Mazda 6 is a hit or miss type of vehicle in regards to reliability. Some of them have no mechanical issues, while others develop transmission problems after about 10 years. However, the...
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Headlights don't turn off, wait a bit and flash highbeam or turning car back on switch off. Otherwise, unplugging fuses
The problem can be caused by a stuck headlight relay or light control module and the control switch. I would suggest replacing the light relay first and then seek a mechanic like one from YourMechanic to do further diagnosis if...
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would Ilkar7b11 4912 Laser Iridium Spark Plug For toyota corrola fit on a 2000 honda accord
The referenced NGK plug from the Corolla will not fit the 2000 Accord. The only NGK Iridium plug that is cataloged for the 2000 Accord is NGK 2477 ZFR5FIX-11 IX. If you desire to have the spark plugs replaced on...
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losing all oil fast
Hi Lori. Thanks for contacting us today. It really depends on the source of the oil leak, but typically, when you lose oil that quickly, it will cause internal damage just as quick. This will likely require an engine rebuild...
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I have a 1998 Honda Accord ex. What will cause it to idle up and down
This problem of erratic idle speed is often referred to as "surging" or "hunting". The causes include vacuum leaks and EGR system faults, a faulty idle air control (IAC) valve or circuit, faults in the fuel pump control circuit, defective...

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