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Any one got time for email i need help fixing my car it won't turn over new starter battery fuel pump just won't turn over. Mit ecilpse v6 2001 jamesknight618@gmail


What does or doesn't it do???
Is it cranking, is there a clicking noise? Is there any lights on the dash? Give us something to work with!

Oct 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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MISFIRING AND I CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHY, DOES ANYONE HAVE AN ANSWER? NEW WIRES,NEW PLUGS,NEW CAP AND ROTOR AND CAP, NEW FUEL PUMP, NEW FUEL FILTER,


Hi Tom:
No make or model given so don't know type of ignition.
Would it be a big deal for you to do a compression test?
That might give a hint.

Jul 29, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2001 mit galant 4 cylinder engine will not start. Is it the fuel pump? I can't hear it come on when I turn ignition to on position.


It could be fuel pump. It may be something else... Engines need fuel, spark and air to run. Remove any one, it won't start.

May 21, 2015 | 2001 Mitsubishi Galant

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A motorhome with Hp of a nissan z24 engine, can it climb steep altitudes? i.e. Andes mountains or the weight of the motorhome would be too much for the engine?


A few ideas. 1) Try the motor home where you are now and see. Find some REALLY steep hills or something and try it out.
2) If it is an automatic transmission, you may need to purchase a "transmission cooler" kit to add on before you try mountain climbing.
3) If it is a stick shift, take along another clutch disc and pressure plate and throwout bearing in case you burn yours up.
4) And remember, cars and trucks that normally operate at sea level will not do well in high mountains. They need to have the timing and/or carburetor set for high altitudes.
5) Many countries outside the USA have different octane ratings on their gasoline, you will need to take along the stuff to set your engine to the octane rating of the gas you buy.
Be blessed

Oct 07, 2013 | 1987 Nissan Pickup

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Sputtering chevy blazer


Have you checked fuel pressure under various conditions ?

Jul 02, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Which problem do an 1nz engine haavee for it to consume alot of fuel


engine consume lot of fuel.clogged air filter.low tire pressure.faulty emission control device.dirty fuel injectors.heavy foot on accelerator.lot of short stops like driving in the city.running AC will consume gas.high mileage engine low compression assume lots of fuel.slipping transmission.weak ignition.driving up steep grades or mountains burns more fuel.

May 29, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Took RAV 4 to NC mountains and back twice this weekend. It ran fine but started it this morning and it would stall when I took my foot off gas pedal


I would change your fuel filter. The mountains, and the sudden jerking would provide a great chance for the fuel to pull up any nasties, and then run them through the line.

Dec 22, 2011 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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1990 Camry won't start


I wouldnt say wrong spark plugs but maybe the wrong gapping on the spark plugs.. Is the car parked in a garage? it sounds like maybe your fuel pump

Apr 23, 2009 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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Need tire size for 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado


Big tires:

1. Hard time for your drive train (clutch, cv joint, tranny, diff gears) , power steering, brakes
2. Slow acceleration
3. possible fender damage
4. turning radius problem
5. increase body roll and instability
Advantages:
1. good ground clearance
2. softer ride
3. Enhanced off-road ability

tires your planning to buy can fit into your existing rims.
My personal opinion is for you to go for the bigger tires!




Dec 04, 2008 | 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser

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