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My Pontiac 2000 won't stay running with the alternator plugged in. NEW alternator, plugs and wires, fuel pump, oil check switch, battery, It runs and drives normal when unplugged. I can't seem to fix it or find any answers. Is it the computer? What could it be. No lights came on and the dealership said it was the fuel pump, but it was replaced and the ...
I own a 2004 Dodge Avenger the cruse control light comes on but when I go to set it it doesn't in ingage?
All my gauges light up but don't move, lost power steering and can't put my Honda fit in drive or any other gear but it runs fine. Turns over a little slower but starts and runs.
My son's 2000 Nissan Xterra would not start. He tried until the battery was near dead. The next day I went to help and it started but ran rough. We drove it to an auto parts store to see what code was coming up with the service engine light on. They said it was the knock sensor. We got it home and I took the top of the engine apart to replace the sensor. ...
My new lower control arms on my Mazda 3 are in but wont take grease why?
Today I replaced the throttle position sensor on my jaguar X-type, and after doing so I started the car put it in drive but when I push the gas pedal it does nothing, it will not get any acceleration at all.
Hi Patty . I have as problem with front headlights on my Jaguar Xk drooping (lol) No really is there an adjustment I can make to raise lights. They are shinning so low visibility is poor

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