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Recently, I had my catalytic converter replaced because my car was consuming 40% - 50% or more gasoline than it normally uses. I own a 2003 Toyota Celica GT that has a 1.8 liter engine with 4 cylinders, but it seems like it might be running more like an 8 cylinder car. The catalytic converter did not help the gas consumption at all. I even tried pouring ...
My check engine light is on. Could this be a bad gas cap?
I have a 1998 ford contour that over heated 2 days ago. The low coolant light was on, the check engine light was on and the Temperature gauge was all the way past the red. I replaced the fluid and changed the thermostat. The engine light went off and so did the low coolant light but for some reason the temp gauge does not move. I heard there is a switch ...
my sister gave me her Jeep Cherokee Laredo circa 2000. She said the engine was rebuilt last year, but now the check engine light is on and it's running rough. Computer says cylinder #6. Should I just get a tune-up or should I suspect a chronic problem with this model?
I have a 1988 Honda Accord LX. My car stalls and then will not restart; This has happened :
1. While it is warming up in the morning. Or
2. After I have used the car the entire day, I have come home and then tried to re-start the car a couple of hours later. The engine will crank but not start.
I have a 2001 Toyota Celica GT-S and recently my check engine light lid up. I took it to the shop few days ago and the technician hook up his device to my car and told me that it is probably my catalytic converter that is causing the problem. He told me that the part alone is really expensive. Hence, I told him to turn off the light for now and ill think ...
I have a 1995 Pontiac Bonneville with 247K. when the engine is cold it does not want to go into reverse until it has warmed up a bit other than that it seems to run pretty good. I recently had it tuned up.