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Transmission problem thanks for your solution, i have repaired all the brake caliper but the problem still the same. but when i epressed the break & in the same time i moved the transexell to the neutral position the stuck doesn't feel.

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  • chaydar Aug 29, 2008

    Thank's for your solution, i'll check that solenoid control, would it be posible that problem caus by the pulse generator A or B demage or in bed conditions?.



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Hi ther chaydar one more thing have shift control silinoid checked i do belive this is what your transmission is having the problem

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I recently had someone replace my drivers side cv joint. When the car was returned to me the brakes no longer worked and then when I drove car the following day I heard a loud pop and the car will no...

Not to bust on, ...but a road test should have been done to assure the job was complete. I personally wouldn't accept his claims. Why would he return the car to you with no clutch, and a cracked caliper? I understand that things break, but this sounds funny.
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4. Remove the brake caliper bracket from the steering knuckle with a ratchet. Set it aside.

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