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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 pontiac aztek brake problem
I had a similar issue when i replaced the brakes on mine. Turned out that I had a bad caliper. Onc e i replaced that, it was fine. Also, when the car is not running, your brakes will "pump up" because the master cyl. is not operating
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
follow the top hose from your radiator to where it attaches to the motor should hook to a flange mounted by two bolts normally thermostat housing its called thermostst inside
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
If the engine has the required amount of oil, and you have replaced the sending unit, and the engine is knocking, I would say the oil pump has failed.
Chances are the bearings are damaged enough to require the engine be rebuilt. You won't know for sure until someone takes the oil pan off and checks the bearings.
Posted on Dec 19, 2012
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On the 3.7L and 4.7L engines, the oil pressure
switch is located at right front of engine just above the oil filter. On
the 5.7L engine, the oil pressure switch is located at right front of
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