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Hi I have a 1989 Honda Accord LX-i. I have replaced my fuel filter, cap, rotor, spark plugs, spark plug wires and cleaned out my idle control valve and cleaned my throttle body. when I disconnect the fuse for the fuel pump I hear it disengage and engage when plugged back in.My car will start fine in the morning but sometimes at high revs it doesn't want to ...
Dear Patty; During my last routine oil change at my local Buick dealer (at 49K miles) the service tech noted that my 2009 Buick Lucerne will need the following services during my next routine oil change (at 53K miles): "Clean engine fuel injectors and engine throttle body" at a cost of $190. A recent article in Readers Digest entitled, "Car Scams to ...
I Have a Sierra 1500 crew cab with 152,900 miles . I change the oil every 3000 miles and maintain the truck-- new struts and bridgestones evos last year. In the past month I hear a short humming sound ( Like a cell phone vibrating) behind the rear seat,periodically while driving. I am wondering if this could be the fuel pump in the gas tank and it may be ...
My 2012 Chevrolet Impala rumbles and stalls when fueling up. Do I have a car problem?
I am having a problem with my 1988 Honda Accord. The engine cranks but doesn't stay running; When I press the accelerator to try to get the engine to idle, it doesn't rev; It feels like there is absolutely no power- then it shuts off. The symptoms are similar to when the fuel filter is clogged. Here is what I tried: I made sure it had gas, it's ...
I have been doing all the proper caring for my 2013 Dodge Avenger like oil changes every 3000 to 5000 miles. Making sure my gas tank is always topped off with fuel 87 grade sometimes 91 grade. I also use 44k for my fuel as well. Two days ago my check engine light is on. I thought I was taking care of my car. I have driven it and no problems or trouble. Why ...
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?

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