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I suggest have dealer check computer codes, probably fuel system.
Once every so often you come across one of these where everything checks perfectly then a week later the thing dies on the freeway.
Another mechanic checks everything and it is again perfect.
A month later it dies again.
Mechanic checks it, the thing is perfect and drives for another month then leaves you stranded on the Turnpike.
Again everything checks perfectly.
This usually happens because there is a loose connection or bad electrical connector somewhere in the myriad of wires and connectors in modern cars. These are almost impossible to find. It costs more than the car is worth to replace all of it.
Either trade the car or leave it at the junk yard (I'm serious).
Posted on Oct 13, 2017
Check the ODB codes.
Posted on Oct 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st check fuse. Then see if power is coming to horn. A simple power checker can be found at most auto parts store. It may also have a horn relay. Look up your wiring at cargrus. If you still have problems contact me back.
Posted on May 25, 2009
sounds like you have broken shifter cable..if you remove battery and tray..you can see if cable is moving shift lever on trans..if it is,you may have something broken in trans on valve body
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
check the fluid in the radiator, and replace the thermostat the way it is positioned it could stop the flow from the radiator and keep the fan from turning off, I have found on several of them that I have worked on that the thermostat was bad. hope this helps. Only other things that would cause this or most common is the antifreeze is bad or the water pump is defective or you have a bad radiator hose but have not seen this on any I have worked on.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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