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Rod bearing issues
Without the symptoms, I am not sure how it was concluded that the rod bearings are having issues. However, I am assuming that the car is having oil pressure problems. There might be sludge on the pick-up tube in the...
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Oil leak and car overheating
The head gaskets failing could indeed cause this issue. Some ways to figure out if the head gasket is bad would be evidence of internal leakage of oil or coolant via pressure tests and compression tests. If the head gaskets have...
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Truck cannot start up sporadically
Firstly, scan the computer to diagnose any codes that may appear. The most common failures for this include the pins and wire connectors which may be loosely fitting or corroded, causing intermittent loss of sensor input to the computer. The...
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The car shut off, cannot be started
The crankshaft damper may have a loose bolt and is what's causing the lower timing chain gear to be loose. The gear pin may shear and cause the no start or loss of power. However, if this is not the...
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Grinding sounds while driving at lower speeds only
The problem is with the transmission 2-3 or 3-4 gears in the transmission. The transmission would need to be inspected and diagnosed by a mechanic with transmission experience to see if the transmission is repairable or needs to be replaced....
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Not starting not battery/starter
Hello. It could be a key that needs reprogramming but it also may be a faulty neutral safety switch or a blown fuse somewhere. Have a different technician take a look at the vehicle and inspect the key behavior and fuse condition....
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lose power then engine starts running rough. i have to turn truck off then restart it
When looking into this problem that you have I came across a possible fault with the power train control module (PCM) causing different throttle sensor codes. A technical service bulletin identified the part number and date ranges for your PCM....
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Check Engine light revealed thermostat problem
Sounds like you have a code P0128. The computer monitors the warm up cycle of your engine -- it looks for your coolant temperature to rise to a certain level within a given time frame. The computer does this...
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Anti-theft - 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
Yes, the anti-theft could disable the engine given the right circumstances, however, I would recommend checking some other basic functions first such as fuel pressure since you are getting fuel from the pump but not to the rail. This is...
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Traction control sensor going off after installing lift kit
Hello. It is very possible that the larger wheels and tires that you put on your vehicle are causing the traction control to go off. The traction control is designed to work with the tires that came with your Jeep...
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My car has the OBD-II codes P0030 and P0135 for the heater control circuit and sensor. Where is this sensor located?
This is a code that pertains to the heater side of your oxygen sensor. The heater is required to raise the temperature of the sensor so that it can operate properly. Simply unplugging relays/fuses will not keep the code from...
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AC tapping noise when on recirculation.
Hey there. The tapping noise you are hearing is most likely the air circulation door actuator. There is a separate actuator for the mode door position. The mode door directs the air out the various vents on your dash and...

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