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The turbo oil seal is defective, replace the turbocharger with a rebuilt one.
Posted on May 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may need to replace one of your speed sensors. My best bet: have an expert run a computerized report for you. Autozone as a simple one for free. They will let you know in 1 to 2 minutes which one of your sensors has failed. New sensor carries most of the times a 2 year warranty.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
When the anti theft system was created,the dealers forgot to tell the new car buyers about how much the fob matters to the vehicle,without it,owners are stuck,your anti theft device is activated,you need to lock and unlock your doors a couple times with the key fob,not the key,and then you need to put the key in the ignition and start it,if you dont have your key fob,call your car dealer to get a new one,they are programmed for each car only,you cannot bypass it.if you lost your fob or never had it,whatever,you need to have the exact fob that came with that car from the factory,the key and fob have a chip in them that only go to that certain car,if you do not have it,then you need to buy a new one from the dealer or ebay and then you need to contact your dealer about programming the fob to your car,you might not have to have it towed if they have the documents from the car,the only other way is to get a junk car,with the steering column,key,fob and all computer boxes and door locks and switch them,i just did that with a 98 dodge dakota,i havent finished yet,im hoping it works.
Posted on Jun 25, 2015
The list is long. Have you run a fault code test on the engine control computer? Do that and see if any codes show up. You will need a OBD2 control system code reader. You can buy them locally or on eBay. Cost varies but $35 USD is an average cost.
Posted on Apr 24, 2017
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