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I have a Ford F250 diesel and having a problem with the starter burning out. This is the second one in 1 month. I go to crack motor and the starter just stars spinning unter it burns out. I can even take the keys out and still spins until I disconnect battery. Any thoughts?
Hi Patty, I am looking for a new car and went to dealer the other day who started out charming and when we sat down to discuss figures he pushed a PO in front of me and told me that he could not do any calculations until I signed it. I told him I will do the calculations at home and walked out. Being totally disgusted I have been reading several articles ...
Hi, I was wondering if I might be able to receive some help from this site. I was in a car accident and I cannot understand what happened. My question is this. I was hit by a Pontiac 4-door sedan, a Trans Am, I think. She says that she was going 30 to 35 miles an hour. My car is totaled in the back- the rear bumper has dis-attached, there is a huge hole ...
I am working on a 2003 Honda Accord coolant fan that won't work unless I spin it with my finger. Then it will start spinning and gradually get up to speed.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! November 30, 2018, I bought a 2005 Honda CR-V LE with 192,000 km (Canada) for $5300. It came with a "3 month bumper to bumper warranty". Ha ha ha ha ha... Since then, I have had to replace the battery, a blown crank seal, the drivers side seat belt buckle (SRS warning light), battery terminal ends (held in place with a ...

1996 honda accord when start it will start spinning and gradually get up to speed

What I know: - The sound originates from the front, driver's side of the car. - The sound is rythmic, in-time with the spinning of the wheels (e.g. as the car slows down so does the frequency of the noise). - The sound occurs when I got the brakes at speeds higher than 30mph. - I have replaced the outer tie rod, the struts, the caliper, and the ...


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