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When posting a question on fixya.

Please, when typing a question about a product, or service, enter as much information that you have about the product. Examples: Experts may be able to help if given the question(Why won't it play a cd?) if you provide the CD player, and the symptoms of the device. OR (Why won't my car start?) If you state they year, make, and model of the vehicle, will lead to a greater knowledge base.

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rough idiling, stalls when putting in2 drive, sluggish,

Sounds like a misfire or a bad valve. If this isn't what your looking for please let me know. The more information and details, the better. The vehicles maintenance history, "Engine Light" status (on or off), what tests you have run, and anything that you have noticed. Rough idle issues can be caused by more than one type of failure. Examples: clogged fuel or air filter, stuck/damaged EGR valve, restriction inside exhaust, spark plugs, timing, or low fuel pressure. There are more examples but it would be better if you could tell me more. Good luck.

Feb 20, 2014 | 1994 Ford Probe

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What is proof reading and where can I find its best examples?

proof reading is some one with good grammer / spelling and sentence construction that reads other people's work and makes corrections . examples are proof readers in your local news paper room and teachers correcting pupils assignments and your self re- reading your written work using spell check

Nov 19, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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i think drive chain is making a nosies

you do not have drive chain.you have drive shaft. please clarify with as much info. as possible. post engine size,yesr,make, model. of your vehicle. if drive chain,sounds?popping,cracking, from front or rear of car? does it start? die after starting? examples. please repost your questions to fixya.com and thank you for choosing the experts!

Jan 24, 2011 | Dodge Dakota Cars & Trucks

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1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Interior lights

the usual culprits of this issue are the liftgate switch or the flipper glass switch. very common issue on that style jeep. what happens is over time the metal holding that switch together weakens and the switch begins to come apart. if you have a bad one sometimes you can push it back together and recrimp it somewhat. im sure it is not a cheap part from jeep. check em out and see if thats your issue. on my old one i replaced the headlight switch and the interior light relay before i found the real culprit!! you might even find a youtube vid on this very subject. good luck

Jul 07, 2017 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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