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Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lost drive in auto gearbox
Does it move but the speedo doesnt work properly or at all? Unusual or no gear changes? Suspect the Vehicles Speed Sensor (VSS) on the gearbox.
If it doesnt move in any gear check the autobox fluid level, failing that get it checked for copdes, could be a few things
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
oh,thats a rough one,,,,its in the middle of the engine,underneath the intake manifolds,,,its buried in there,,,its a few hour job and its not easy,,,,,you must have the P0128 code thermostat below regulating temp,,,,,yes you need a new one,,,,take it to the dealer,very involved and need some special tools,,,,,probably like $350----$500 job
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
its an easy fix get a new gasket ready and remove old one. before you put in the new one clean both surfaces on cover and head and put a smear of silicone sealer on both sides of gasket and carefully put together and make sure sealent doesnt go into engine tighten all the bolts evenly working in opposites and leave to let sealer set this will cure any leaks
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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