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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. A vibration in the steerign wheel indicates an issue with the front tires. They are either out of balance, and would need to be rebalanced, or it is possible (although remotely) that the tire(s) may be compromised (after hitting a pothole), the belts in the tire may be corrupted. What I would suggest is to take the car to a reputable tire place, and get the balance checked. While the tire is on the balancer, the Tech will be able to see if the tire is out-of-round due to possible road damage. Probably just a tire balance problem. Thanks for choosing FixYA for assistance.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
Are you one of those people who TOP OFF the tank when filling up?
When the EVAP recovery system soak with few ounce of gasoline......the trap vapor will take few days escape.
EVAP system is design to handle fuel vapor. Few ounce of gasoline can damage the fuel vapor recovery relay and decrease the service live of the recovery lines.
You can accelerate the process by locating the charcoal canister (near the nose of the car and same side as your gas filler door)
MOVE the car to outdoor.
Disconnect the EVAP line and let it air out by itself.
DO NOT introduce any heat source or fan to speed up the process.
Reconnect this EVAP hose and use a small amount of starting fluid at the intake manifold.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2009
If the problem is transmission because the gears do not engage at the right time, then check the TPS. The TPS is the throttle position sensor. TPS is located on the throttle body, and detects the way you push the accelerator pedal. Along with speed sensor, the signal from TPS is used by the TCM (transmission control module) to decide when to shift gears. If the TPS is defective, the transmission will shift at the wrong time.
The TPS can be tested reading Volts (or Ohms) at TPS contacts while someone else is slowly pressing the pedal. If there gaps or irregularities in the reading, then the TPS is faulty.
If transmission is OK ensure that the problem is not the engine. An incorrect mixture or injection problems may result in slower performance.
Posted on May 30, 2011
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