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Take it to an auto parts store they will run an OBDll tester and it will tell you whats wrong with it and yes they do it for FREE

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2000 mazda mpv won't start, but is getting gas

Mazda makes a nice car but with 200K miles on it, there could be a number of things that it could be. Because of what you have provided my first two thoughts are fuel and ignition components. Usually (but not always) if the engine light is on then the ECU has identified an electronically controlled failure. If the engine light is off then it is something mechanical, that has failed. Examples for mechanical is: Fuel, filters, fuel pump, vacuum lines, worn or defective ignition switch, relay, EGR valve, battery, battery cable/s, wiring, low engine compression, O2 sensor/s or CAT. I don't know how far you want to get into this new car. Since it is a new purchase. If this was purchased from a dealership, there should at least be a 30day warranty against defects. But if this is a private sale and you want to keep the car, then you will need to start some diagnostics. Since the car is new to you. Take a look at all the fluids. You really want to know how good everything is. so check everything. "Brake fluid, Power steering fluid, trani fluid, antifreeze, and motor oil. I know most of these fluids have nothing to do with your issue but the car is new to you. Did the seller provide you with a maintenance history? If not then you want to check the engine over. Pull all the spark-plugs, inspect those wires, and take a look at the cap and rotor. An over due tune-up will cause a hard start. Remember that an air and fuel filter is part of the tune-up as well. Fresh oil is the blood-line of the engine. when was the last oil change done? How does the oil look and what is the level? Also check the engine over for disconnected or damaged electrical plugs or vacuum lines. While these tests and inspections are being performed, write it all down. This work will let you know important basic information. I could go on and on but I think at this point ive said enough. Please let me know what dirrection you want to go and if you have other questions. Please feel free to write back. I will do my best to help you. good luck.

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Transmission fluid

You are correct to be concerned. Look and see if the transmission has any vacuum lines. If it does, check the lines by disconnecting them and see if transmission fluid is inside the lines. If there is transmission fluid present, the engine is drawing the fluid out of the transmission and burning it in the combustion chambers.

Radiator overflow- Check color of antifreeze in overflow tank. The radiator can have 2 chambers. If the chambers breach, the fluids can mix. Since the overflow can vent the excess fluids, it can provide an outlet for the trans fluid.
Leaks, most common. There should be staining and presence of oily residue. Check for lower cooling coil assembly. Some Makers use a separate cooling unit similar to a steering cooler if a 2 chamber radiator is not equipped.
You may be able to simply go to a quick change oil shop and drive over their service bay. They could check for leaks.

Jun 06, 2013 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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Tranny wont stay in 3rd $& 4 th gears

not knowing the model and year it is hard to know what trans you have. GM has TSB Technical Service Bulletin for this issue. If you had a repitable shop rebuild it this should be under warranty. Also should have a check engine light on you can have the code pulled and Google the code that may help also. Hope this helps.

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Ihave a 2006 hyndai accent and my oil is up to date fluids are full and just went trough DEQ last month. After I hit 60300 miles my engien light went on. My dad says some newer cars have a sensor after you...

No check engine light means there is something wrong with engine, get it checked. Your Dad is also right but that light is "Service" light or specific part light like in toyota the clutch change light appears after some defined kilometers and it has to be reset after clutch change (it does not go off itself as there is no feature to detect new clutch etc).

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We just bought a 2006 Highlander with 60,000 miles +/- Need to know what should have been done as far as reg. maintanace, nothing seems to be wrong in fact we have no inmidiate concerns, but would like to...

There is not a lot due at 60,000 miles as far as regular maintenance. Depending on which engine you have, a timing belt replacement is due at 90,000 miles. (The 2.4L engine is chain-driven) Spark plug replacements are not due until 80,000 miles.

In the meantime, I would have the condition of the engine coolant checked. It should be checked for the freeze protection level as well as the acidity level. Chemical test strips are available at your local parts store for this purpose.

All fluids should be checked for proper levels inlcluding differentials and transfer cases if it is a 4X4. Check and fix any fluid leaks right away. Fluid leaks can lead to rapid deterioration of rubber mounts and hoses as well as damage wiring harnesses and computer sensors.

If the battery is original it should probably be replaced due to the age of the vehicle. If it is not original I would have it tested. Remember NOTHING works on your vehicle without the battery.

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What are the recommended services between 70,000 amd 80,000 miles?

That service visit is an easy one. Change the engine oil, oil filter and lubricate the front end. If you are doing this yourself, add checking differential and trans fluid levels, coolant level and give everything a good looking over for loose parts, leaks and anything else obvious.

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My 3002 grand am won't start

there maybe a few things, how many miles, check the timing belt and timing.

Mar 08, 2010 | 2003 Pontiac Grand Am

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Have 62,000 miles and am being told i need 60,000 mile service $500 and timing belt replaced another $500. this seems a little excessive?

Timing belt can be done cheaper than that, shop around - the 60,000 mile service is a FULL service, all fluids are changed, everything is tested - it is very important, probably the most important service a car will have - but $1000 is extortion! - shop around, ask your friends where they got the best deal on servicing.
I'd say $50 for the belt, $100 for the fluids oil etc, $300 labor charge - servicing is a striaghtforward task - empty old fluid, throw away oil filter, swap cambelt, fit new filter, refill the fluids, run diagnostics, test drive, back to customer, shouldn't cost $1000 for $150 of parts/fluids and 3 hours work...

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What fluids and things should be oftenly checked and changed on the car?

Oil - 4-5000 miles
Brake - 2-3 years
Tranny - Every 5 years

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