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I was going 40 mph and then it died on me as if it was out of gas real slow like well I found the problem but need the bolt or screw name evidently the sceerew /bolt backed out its a slow drip but drips fast when trying to start it off or on its located on the far left bottom side of the CVT housing case what size is the bolt suppose to be and what's it called cause it won't run without it email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the passenger side of the vehicle, near where your feet are, should be a drain tube. This get clogged from time to time by road grime and usually insects, so carefully use a small screwdriver to clean it out. If this clogs, the A/C system cannot remove its own condensation and it backs up into the car.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
If transmission fluid is dripping off the bellhousing your torque converter seal is leaking or your transmission pump seal is leaking. Chances are the torque converter seal is leaking since the torque converter is spinning on it any time the engine is turning, the pump seal dosen't move it just keeps fluid inside the transmission. Even though it leaks with or without the engine running I'm willing to bet if you got underneath it with the engine running you will see it leaks more with the engine running. Now if either seal is leaking it will require the engine to be removed from the transmission to get to the seal. Sorry but this isn't going to be a cheap quick fix.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
your ECU is faulty.
New ECU and voila problem fixed
ohh ECU= engine control unit
secondhand with do just fine.
get it fitted by professional
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Sounds like it could possibly be a vaccume problem, the computer sees that the vaccume has a low pressure and thus fludding the engine, or visa versa, it's seeing too high of a pressure and cutting the fuel comsumption to a minumum enough to make the engine sputter and die.. Does this happen when the cars in Netural or Reverse or Park? Just Drive?
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
If you had the oil changed lately and the "O" ring stuck where the filter unscrews and someone proceeded to put the new filter on without looking this can cause a problem. Putting too much oil in the crankcase can cause a seal to blow. A leak at the oil pressure switch. A loose or not sealed oil drain plug. You will need to try to locate whether it is coming from the bottom or at the top around the valve pan cover which is the most likely place, and if it that is the case; it still can drip through the night while it sets, which is missleading. If you can't find any noticeable places...that is a good place to start...at the valve pan cover...seal it real well with RTV sealer, let it dry over night and see if the problem goes away.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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