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Service Engine Soon light came on.
Auto Zone diagnosis said: canister purge valve solenoid.
I cannot locate it
All the diagrams I find are for different Chevrolet models
My mom had an issue yesterday with her 2001 Toyota Sequoia and gave me a call.
She told me that the car shut off on her while going in reverse. This happen after her work shift at her job. The car started fine but when set on reverse and making the attempt to back up, the car shut off on her. She tried to restart the car and it turned on. Do you know ...
I own a 1995 Toyota Celica and while driving it, the engine shut off. I keep trying to turn it over and about 30 mins later it shut off again. I finally got it somewhere and the mechanic told me it was most likely the distributor control module so I bought a refurbished one and replaced it. When I tried testing it out after 20 mins, it died again. Any ...
I own a 1995 Toyota Celica GT with 2.2-liter engine, and it recently started shutting off without any notice. I give it about 30 mins and it turns back over. I drive it for about 20 mins and it shuts off again. A friend said it was the ECU not getting power when he checked it so I got a refurbished one to replace it. I installed it and tried driving it ...
The steering wheel of my PT Cruiser 2002 gets hard to turn, can't turn it's too hard.
It has about 1,8oo miles and is selling for 5,ooo
I have a 2009 Hyundai Sonata v6 that I bought with no air conditioning. The blower doesn't kick at all. I started with the fuses and they all looked fine, I also swapped every single fuse that says AC, blower, or condenser on it with new fuses. I also put a new resistor and blower relay with no luck. I could also test the blower itself and the switch knob ...