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How do bleed the gear shifting system in mercedesactros4040


if you do not have a bleed valve on the slave cylinder then try removing the cap and pump slowly see if bubbles rise from system if do keep pumping slowly till bubbles stop and cluck is firm.

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Fix an overheating buick rendezvous 2003 temporarily so i can sell it?


Temporary fix would scam someone else. You need to find out why it is overheating and fix it to sell it. Provide some more info about when it overheats etc. If you are low on coolant it will do this, If the thermostat is bad it will do this. If the thermostat was replaced and put in backwards or upside down it will do this. When it overheats, how much?? does it blow coolant out?? If you had the rad cap off while it was cool and then warmed it up is there air bubbling in the coolant which would indicate a head or head gasket problem. Is the car old enough that it has a v belt, if so is it very loose? Is the radiator visibly plugged??

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Noisy steering when turning


check power steering fluid level or for air bubbles in fluid, if low or bubbles found find and correct fluid leak. if fluid is ok most likely the pump is failing. Other possible causes are steering gear or linkage binding but are not very common problems.

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Bubbles transmission fluid


I'm not sure the bubbles are telling you anything. When the transmission or power steering is working, you can have bubbles in the fluid.
One possible cause for the stalling at stops is a faulty torque converter lockup solenoid.

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My 2001 montana won't shift into Drive and the oil is bubbling on the dipstick


bubbling or foamy? Make sure the van is parked level and warmed up. Check the fluid level and add as necessary.

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My 2006 Ford Freestyle sounds like it would if you sucked a necklace up in a vacuum cleaner and it suck of the brush


take it in to an accredited service center for a proper diagnosis
could be a water pump bearing , alternator bearing or faulty power steering pump or cv joints

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In the cup holder by the brake, it has a hole in it and my necklace fell through, need to remove console so I can my necklace.


you can also get a small telescoping magnet from the autoparts store and stick in hole wiggle around and possibly get it that way as well.

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I have air bubbles in my transmission fluid and i'm having troulbe switching from 3rd to 4th gear at approx 65mph i have a 1997 grand cherokee


low on fluid add a quart the bubbles means is churning and not circulating properly so adding some fluid should help

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Slow to shift out of first gear 2000 dodge dokota


YOUR IN TROUBLE. Had my tranny changed $1600. needs to have a scanner hooked up to tranny. if slipping don't bother having it serviced it's a $100 scam. once it's bad it's bad !!!!

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