Question about 2006 AMC CJ7
That's most likely transmission fluid because the diaphragm on your trans that changes the shift point, the vacuum line hooked to the carb is sucking trans fluid right into the engine and now it's fouled the plugs and won't start. Change the plugs, unhook the vacuum line to the tranny, plug the vacuum port and re-start the engine. You know now you have to replace the vacuum unit on the trans.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power steering
sam is right it has EPS electronic power steering my bros 05 cobalt has that problem what u need is a steering column kit for internal motor malfunction it is a common problem on 05 chevy models
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: power steering fluid leeking
Keep fluid in it so you can drive normally, though it leaks... I don't know how fast it's leaking.
You'll need to determine the leak source:
1. Leaking hose connection
2. Punctured/damaged Hose
3. Punctured/damaged power steering pump
Once identified, you can proceed with a plan for repair.
I hope this helps... Good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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