Question about Cars & Trucks
CODE ON THE INVOICE OF REPLACEMENT HAED GASKET IS ZBGACH45541 HOW CAN I CHECK IF THIS TYPE CAN BE SKIMMED ? HELP WE HAVE HAD PROBLEM AFTER PROBLEM WITH THIS CAR, JUST REPLACED THE TURBO, WIRING LOOM, INJECTOR CYLINDER 1, WE HAD A COOLANT LEAK ITS EASIER TO SAY WHAT HASNT GONE WRONG !!! HELP
What kind of car do you have,and are you looking to see if the garage did the head gasket
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 olds alero leaking coolant
problem could be heads bolts . i put new bolts in put a little sealer on them . make sure your bolt holes is clean free from debris. put a lillte sealer on intake gasket on top and bottom where coolants travel. if all was done . drain engine oil in clean container .set it aside. take radiator cap off .you a coolant pressure rise kit .put a pan under oil pan with drain plug still off .pressure your radiator about 10 psi. make sure you have antifreeze in radiator and engine . when you pressure up to 10 psi look under the car if coolant comes out oil pan. you got leaking head gasket. if not .put oil pan plug back on . put oil back in car . check your freeze plugs also.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
a lot of people have reported this issue with the 2001 Nissan altima. it is a design flaw and the idle rpm fluctuation is caused by a bad intake manifold gasket. the part only costs about 10 dollars but do to the 5-10 hours it takes to replace it is a very costly on the labor side
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
SOURCE: p0300 (random misfire) code
I would suspect your distributor is faulty. It isn't too hard to remove it and inspect for wear. Set the engine at TDC, then unbolt and remove distributor. Remove cap and check for bearings and/or metallic debris inside of distributor. If so, it is toast. Even if you don't see any metal particles inside, check that the distributor rotates freely by hand. If not, you will need to replace the distributor assembly soon.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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