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I have a renault megane 2005model when i drive the car theres smoke coming out from the enjen can you give me advise about it please.

you probably have a oil leak or possibly a coolant leak, in either case check both levels to ensure safe operation of engine to prevent costly repairs, if not mechanically inclined take to a good mechanic for diagnosis and repair.
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Jan 06, 2016 | Renault Cars & Trucks

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Aux input not working

Unfortunately the whole head unit needs to be replaced if the actual port is broken,but before you spend all of that money buying and installing a new head unit,try to replace the cable that you are using.if it still does it after the new cable then try to get some electric contact cleaner spray from the auto parts store CRC makes a good cleaner spray.Spray it into the aux port on the head unit and see if that works.If that does not work then replace the whole head unit

Apr 01, 2014 | 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt

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How to remove head light?

I have removed the entire assembly before and it wasn't very difficult. From memory there are a few screws to undo and then the whole assembly slides out. I found the directions in the manual in the section on replacing headlight globes.

Feb 12, 2014 | 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

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My Ssangyong Actoyn sport misfires at times and then again run fine. It also smokes at times but this also gos away. The oil usages are normal. The enjen light also comes on and off at times. Pleas help...

most likely this is worn and leaking valve seals. engine oil leaks onto the piston (mostly burning away quickly and unnoticeably). when slowing from sustained engine speed, this oil doesnt burn away as rapidly, building in the combustion chamber instead. the built up oil burns away when you again accelerate, causing smoke for a very short period. this also causes momentary misfire (sometimes read by the ecu and signaling the check engine light). repeated multiple times a day, this leads to premature spark plug failure (fouled plugs). replacing the plugs is a short term fix (they will foul again). You need to get your valve seals replaced or this problem will get worse.

Feb 07, 2014 | SsangYong Cars & Trucks

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Miss firing and passing raw fuel through exhast , replaced 1 coil , all new plugs and new plug wires

check the fuel pressure regulator... it is the small round chrome cylinder shaped thing on the fuel rail...unplug the vacuum hose from the top of it and see if there is fuel in the hose if there is you will need to replace the fuel pressure regulator.
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Mar 11, 2011 | 1997 Lincoln Continental

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My 2000 Lincoln Continental has a cyclinder 8 misfire with 28% low compression. I was told this means I need a new engine. Is that correct?

depends what is causing it..... the low pressure could be head gasket is cracked damaged by that cylinder... crack in head etc.... more then likely something small not the whole engine.... could be piston, head, head gasket etc.... i wouldnt think it would be the whole engine needs to be replaced... hope this helps cheers

Mar 04, 2011 | 2000 Lincoln Continental

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To change the cylinder head gaskets do you need to take the whole engine apart?

not the whole engine just the top end, you will need a manual, take the head to a shop for inspection, new bolts and gasket kit,yu will need a torque wrench and a degree meter along with the usuall assortment of tools, good idea to replace the timing belt

Dec 18, 2010 | 1992 Mazda 929

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V.w.jetta gas eng. timing belt broke ? .shut engine off then wood not start . dealer says needs head work ? bent valves? without disasembling is it possible valves never came into contact with pistons ?

Hi, im afraid i can only give you bad news im afraid, if the engine was running even on tick over when the belt snapped then this would have caused the valves to smash into the pistons as the top half of engine would have stopped spinning leaving at least 2 valves in the out position but what causes the damage is the bottom half of the engine, as their is no weight on the cams to keep them turning they stop at once but the bottom half the crank has a big weight called the fly wheel now when the belt snapped the cams would have stopped dead but the crank would have carried on turning under its own weight and this is what causes the piston or pistons to hit the valves this then causes the valves to bend and all the valves will need replacing and the whole top end rebuilding with new seals and the new valves and valve seats will need grinding in.

how ever as its only usually the top half that gets damaged you could save yourself some time and money by calling a local breakers yard and see if they have a cylinder head lying around or even a whole engine as the cost of rebuilding you head and engine would cost more than it would to get a second hand cylinder head or if you didnt want to take any chances look into getting a whole engine.

look at the costs involved get a quote off you garage for the head rebuilt and new valves, tell them worse case if it needed complete head rebuild with all new valves and valve seats and all the seals get a price on the whole job then ask them how much it would cost if you supplied a working cylinder head or even whole engine then compare the prices and check with some breakers for cylinder head prices or engine and you should find that a second hand head will work out cheaper than having yours stripped and rebuilt with new parts.

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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Nov 22, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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My vehicle overheats, quick. no water is getting to the enjene. i have flushed the radiator, i took the rad. cap off and let it run and it took no time at all to gush out. my hose is brick hard and hot to...

Do not take out your themostat.

You need to Burp the air bubble trapped in your engine. You need to park the truck uphill on ramps and leave the radiator cap loose or put a U clip under the cap spring to keep it unseated.

Start engine and let it run until the thermostat opens and the upper hose is hot. Let it cool down and keep filling it as it cools. Repeat 3 times.

Then once more but tighten cap for the cool down and make sure overflow reservoir is kept to the full mark.

If that doesn't work, have a shop perfrom "Evac/Fill" to clear the air bubble.

Let us know.

Sep 09, 2010 | 1999 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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