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I just had my fuel line changed on my 2003 Jaguar X-type. Today, The check engine light came. Does the fuel injection have to be cleaned? And would the gas cap make the check engine light come on? If so does that mean there is a leak in the seal to the gas cap?
I have a 2010 Honda Pilot that had a brake vibration at 30,000 miles, every time I would brake on the freeway the steering wheel would shake. The dealer replaced the pads and surfaced the discs. About 15,000 miles later it did it again! Is this normal? Did they do something wrong?
Where is the cam sensor located on my 1996 Dodge Stratus?
Recently my 2001 Toyota Celica has become hard to crank, it act's like it's not getting enough fuel, or maybe it's flooding. Any idea where to start looking?
The tail lights and dash lights are not coming on. Any suggestions on how I can fix this on my 2005 Nissan Sentra? I am not sure what controls the lights, tail lights, and dash light. How do I fix this?
Want to know if I was charged correctly for repairs on my 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse. $405.93 parts; $308 labor.
new front brake pads; new front brake rotors; install disc brake pads; new rear wheel cyliners;replace wheel cylinder; power flush brake fluid; rebuild front calipers; labor to replace front calipers, clean and adjust rear brakes.
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In 2009 I leased a 2009 S40 Volvo (6,800 miles to start). The lease was a 5 year lease and it will be up in August. It needs new tires and some minor body damage due to snow and ice. Would it be better to pay off the lease now,(pay around $9,600) or at the end in August and pay the $7000. ?
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