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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: emmision test failed?
maybe i can help, the car has to be in a obd rhope this helpseadiness mode,thecar is probably not in this mode because it has not been driven enough or the(right way). you have do do a drive cycle to get the computer to go into obd readiness mode. also check pin #16 on obd connector tomake sure it has power. go to obd website for complete instructions on the DRIVE CYCLE it is rather long,
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
I took the time to check the handles on the car and they look different. But in the beginning I was not sure if they could be used on both front and back, but by looking close to them I fihured it out. Thanks for having this site to help ppl out, I appreciate it!!!!!!
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
coils crack over time with age and wear. it may take several hundreds of dollars to replace, but definitely necessary, and no gaurantee that its the only problem you may have. the low compression could be several different things. but you will have to decide if its worth fixing or replacing the car. you will start paying for repairs a little at a time every couple of months, or ante up and have a major service done to fix and replace everything.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
Your computer checks your cars many sensors for any signal that seem out of a normal range. If it finds anything that seems odd it will set a code and your check engine light will come on. Best advice is to take it to a garage or somebody who can retrieve that code with a scan tool. If it's a bad part replace it, if it's nothing clear the code. Then the light should go away.
Sounds like the routine mantinence done is unrelated to your problem. But check your fluid levels to be safe. Otherwise get the code read, it usually is free or cheap to have that done.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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