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I have a crawl space under the house. I can see my house is lower in the middle of the house than it used to be. From the exterior wall walking to the middle of the house you can tell you are going down hill. I don't know where to start to try to fix this or who to call. Does anyone know if it is something I could go to my insurance company about?My house is a single story dwelling built in the 1950' s. Help!
Posted by Anonymous on
It is rotting or sinking foundation posts
there are re-stumping organizations that can come and quote you for the job or you can use acrow props to jack the floor up until it is level and put blocks onto of the stumps
An acrow prop is a bar that is threaded in one section where you adjust it to the floor then pin it and then turn the screw against the pin so that it acts as a screw jack
Posted on Jul 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your Rpm needs to be high in this little 4 banger makes the most torque at 4000rpm and horse power peeks out around 5600rpm. I own a 95 side kick gotta gear down espicialy if you've put bigger tires on
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: I recently parked my 2006
I am in no way an expert, but I would bet its a loose parking brake. I hate the electronic button, you never know how hard the parking brake is applied. I had a similar problem when my Jetta wound up parking itself in the middle of my street (my house is on a short hill) about 20 minutes after I parked it. Went in and had the cable tightened. Worked like a charm.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: I have a misfire on cylinder 4.
It sounds like your car is having intermittent misfires as it is only happening under load. This is really hard to diagnose based on a description.
You could be getting a bad air/fuel mixture, bad wiring, bad rings, oil or coolant leak into the engine, etc...
Scan the car with an OBD tool to see what the code is as that will help narrow down the cause.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
SOURCE: The window switch on the
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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