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Code P 0335 by Grandma
2004 S10 Blazer 4.3L. Engine idles rough and when shifting the tach will suddenly jump to around 4000 RPM. The scanner retrieved code P0335. After replacing the crank shaft position sensor there was no improvement. The mechanic tried a different electronic ignition module. Still no improvement. He...
November 26th 10 06:55 PM
by jim beam[_4_] Go to last post
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Top Gear, the American version. by [email protected]
Did you check it out? I watched it last Sunday night on the History channel.I think it was kind 'dry'.Needs some 'spiceing up.In my opinion. cuhulin
November 23rd 10 11:06 PM
by Brent[_4_] Go to last post
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ceramic pistons - discuss by jim beam[_4_]
<http://blogs.dieselpowermag.com/6678899/diesel-engines/nr-ceramic-pistons/index.html> -- nomina rutrum rutrum
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November 23rd 10 06:00 PM
by Bret[_2_] Go to last post
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Spare Tire Question by Bob[_53_]
Hello, Would appreciate your opinions on this, please: How "safe" is it running on the 'toy' spare tire that is pretty much standard these days for cars, to go e.g. 50 miles at no more than 45 mph (highway) ? The spare is of course of a smaller diameter, hence the concern.
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November 23rd 10 01:23 PM
by hls Go to last post
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parts for 2001 f-150 by [email protected]
Thank you for advise....I will start checking junkyards for mirror. Have one other related issue I would like some advise on.....Having a problem with power door lock on same door, and since I will have to remove door panel to fix mirror, may as well address this problem too... The power door lock...
November 23rd 10 05:54 AM
by Ashton Crusher[_2_] Go to last post
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break down..torque converter problem? by hls
"aspd watch" > wrote in message news:500ed4cf-> Is this likely a torque converter problem, or could this be something > else entirely? > > thanks It is likely the tranny, but you need to have it diagnosed by a professional. In either case, torque converter or tranny, can you...
November 23rd 10 12:56 AM
by aspd watch Go to last post
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Cars And Metric Fasteners ? by Bob[_53_]
Hello, Not a car buff, but was wondering about this: Are the screws and nuts fasteners on most cars these days metric ? Does it depend upon if they are made in U.S., or imported ? Thanks, Bob
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November 22nd 10 11:59 PM
by dsi1[_8_] Go to last post
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break down..torque converter problem? by Steve Austin[_2_]
On 11/21/2010 9:37 PM, aspd watch wrote: > Hello everyone, > > I have a question I'd like to ask. My dad has a 1994 chevy C-350, > which comes with an automatic transmission. > > Just a couple of minutes ago, he informed me that his truck will no > longer go into gear when shifting the...
November 22nd 10 11:03 PM
by Steve Austin[_2_] Go to last post
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Rotary Engines *VS* Turbines by 2.7182818284590...
Both of these engines combust fuel and a non-reciprocal motion occures. Both cases produces a circular motion. However both of these engines are quite different. What explains the differences in power output and efficiencies? They are different in the following ways: 1. The turbines are very...
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November 22nd 10 07:47 PM
by John S. Go to last post
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break down..torque converter problem? by John S.
On Nov 21, 9:37*pm, aspd watch > wrote: > Hello everyone, > > I have a question I'd like to ask. *My dad has a 1994 chevy C-350, > which comes with an automatic transmission. > > Just a couple of minutes ago, he informed me that his truck will no > longer go into gear when...
November 22nd 10 07:39 PM
by John S. Go to last post
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break down..torque converter problem? by Bill Vanek
On Sun, 21 Nov 2010 18:37:18 -0800 (PST), aspd watch > wrote: >Hello everyone, > >I have a question I'd like to ask. My dad has a 1994 chevy C-350, >which comes with an automatic transmission. > >Just a couple of minutes ago, he informed me that his truck will no >longer go...
November 22nd 10 03:11 PM
by Bill Vanek Go to last post
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Why you should convert your vehicle to flex fuel by ........
Dear Everyone, as you know the price of the Oil is more and more increasing, while the oil supply is decreasing. Moreover Oil is causing wars, terror, oil spills and a lot of greenhouse gases. By upgrading your car to flex fuel, you will continue to be able to use oil. However you will also have...
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November 22nd 10 01:54 AM
by jim beam[_4_] Go to last post
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parts for 2001 f-150 by [email protected]
I hit passenger mirror backing out of garage, the mirror popped out of assembly. this is power mirror by the way...so anyway took it to ford dealer today....225.00 for new mirror and nearly 100.00 to install. I just know there has to be a cheaper way of fixing this dam thing. Can some one...
November 21st 10 02:20 PM
by DFBonnett Go to last post
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Singapore to prosecute nose picking drivers by Chee
Who wants to move to Singapore? http://bit.ly/bCjNup --
November 21st 10 12:54 PM
by AleXX Go to last post
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November 20th 10 09:19 AM
by Gunwitch Go to last post
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2003 Tacoma: 80W-90 for Diff AND Transmission? by Josh[_8_]
The owners manual for my 2WD recommends SAE 75W-90 for the 5-speed For the differential it recommends Hypoid Gear Oil API GL-5 in either SAE 90 (above 0 degrees F.), or SAE 80W or 80W-90 below zero. I live in West Texas where the winters are mild and the summers hot. Do you see any problem with...
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November 19th 10 07:42 PM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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nylon-to-steel union for fuel-line repair? by Matt[_15_]
Anybody got experience using a union to join a nylon fuel line to a steel one using the following or similar? http://www.dormanproducts.com/p-18543-800-135.aspx http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-800-135-Solutions-Nylon-Compression/dp/B000CIR1P2
November 19th 10 06:14 PM
by Matt[_15_] Go to last post
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'95 Buick fuel-line leaks by Matt[_15_]
Near the fuel filter (under the car, in front of the right rear wheel), there are three steel fuel lines (supply, return, vent?). At least two of them are very rusty and leaking. The rusty parts are less than two feet long and include the male ends of fittings that attach to the female ends of...
November 19th 10 05:55 AM
by Matt[_15_] Go to last post
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1993 Nissan Altima by zofang7247
Hello, I recently bought a used 1993 Nissan Altima as a daily driver. Yesterday, when I tried to fire it up, a huge cloud of black smoke came out of the exhaust and the car made this horrible sound. The car does not start anymore. When I try to start it, all I hear is this click/knocking sound in...
November 19th 10 01:32 AM
by Steve B. Go to last post
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1994 Caravan rack & pinion seal by Programbo
Hello. My brothers 1994 Caravan is leaking power steering fluid out of the rubber boot on the end of the rack and pinion. Obviously the seal inside is blown but my question is...How hard is it to change just that seal as opposed to pulling and replacing the entire rack and pinion? Any input or...
November 18th 10 03:51 PM
by hls Go to last post
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