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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you took the car into this Garage , for just the timing belt, and then after there repair, you developed the overheating, then the problem should lie with them.
Did the car ever overheat before you took it too them ?
If not, go back and ask to see the Service Manager, and give him your grievance, that if they do not fix it, you will sue !
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Sounds exactly like the problem I had on my 2003 grand am. I can almost guarantee you have a bad wheel bearing. The change in pressure on the bearing from turning causes the noise to change. The wheel speed sensor is also integrated into the wheel bearing hub assembly which is sending the signal to turn on your brake light.
I would change both front hub assemblies. Ran around $300 for me to do both and put them on myself. Its a very simple job to do yourself if you have the right tools. Make sure you have a "pulley puller" to pull the hub assembly off the CV shaft. You should be able to rent one from a local parts store like Autozone if you don't know someone that already has one.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
SOURCE: VSC/ Check Engine Light
My 2000 Lexus GS 400 just had the VSC/VSC off light and the check engine light come on. I would have to push the accelarator peddle all the way down to get it to go. Took it to the Toyota dealer and the code pulled up as the Throttle Position Sensor was out. Purchased one and having it put in. Will update if this fixes the problem.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
If its not low on coolant and the light continues to come on it is the low coolant sensor in the radiator. This sensor is in the plastic side of the radiator and just pops off. These sensors are always a problem and don't always require replacement of the sensor. What happens -especially if you are using red DEX-COOL coolant is that the coolant gets hard and crusty inside the sensor and wont allow the coolant to enter and make contact with the sensor. Simply take the sensor off and blow compressed air or water pressure in it to free it of debris. Easy fix-hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
Your issue is most likely the clock spring which is part of the air bag system.
All of the signals controlling these functions are routed through the clock spring.
Should cost around 200-300 to have it done, or more like 100-150 if you do it yourself. You must know what you are doing though as the airbag system is not to be taken lightly.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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