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What is the piston ring working gap of a Toyota 2KD?


no year,
no car body.
you do know the online FSM first asks
year, then body.
then engine.
i cant get to there, with zero inputs.
and no year.
some specs change by YEAR.
(for example a new source of pistons used) stock.

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Dont know what year my jeep is


the build date is not the year model date.
ever wonder how car 1996 is made way before the dec 1995 date?
magic, no , its cars are made early.
your car is 1996. year model all parts in stores are by model year.
there is one exception. and that is (allcars)
that when buying from the dealers counter , the VIN suffex numbers
can infact effect the correct part to buy.
this is because, parts can in fact change mid year.
that is why factory parts always fit. for that and 100 other reasons.
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I have a 2007 dodge 1500 with a smashed front end what year dodge 1500 are interchangeable with the 2007 for body parts and orher parts thanks


vechicles bodys changes almost every year.but look for body parts same year or year older.call auto collision shop fix vechicles they can give you more info.

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The shaft will not go all the way into the flywheel


you know what the year is of the car you need the motor for and whoever you got the motor from should know what year the car it came out of.on these they are interchangable from year to year until you get into i think about 2001.or you can get the engine number off the block and call a wrecker to find out what year it is.

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What is covered in the 100,000 mile/ 10 year warrenty for my 2004 optima


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Second and/or subsequent owners have powertrain components coverage under the 5-Year/60,000-Mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty. Excludes coverage for vehicles in commercial use (e.g. taxi, route delivery, delivery service, rental, etc.).
5-YEAR/60,000-MILE NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY Covers repair or replacement of any component manufactured or originally installed by Hyundai that is defective in material or factory workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.
The following components are covered for time and mileage limits indicated:
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• Paint: 3 years/36,000 miles
• Battery: 3 years/unlimited miles (100% covered 2 years/unlimited miles; after 2 years and within 3 years, 25% cost of battery and 100% labor cost covered)
• Air conditioner refrigerant charge: 1 year/unlimited miles
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Need a new transmission for my 99 chevy venture, does it need to come from a 99 or can it come from a different year


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2004 Chrysler Crossfire


I have no idea if this is a common fault with the model of car that you have. I would check this out. It is obvious at this point the necessary parts will have to be replaced to fix the fault. The parts used in the steering system and the labour to do the service work can be very expensive.

I would find a reliable private garage that works on the model type of your car to have another opinion and estimate.


Jerry G.

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