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Sounds like the carburetor is in need of repair/cleaning. Have you made sure the gap on the plugs are correct and that it is a "hot" enough plug? Have you used good gas? The gas out there now is really ******* little motors. We use sea foam in almost everything we own that has a motor! Just the settings can be off enough to allow it to back fire. Poor idle, and sputter. Most people will tell you it is the timing, usually a fuel issue instead. I know it is an issue on my grandson's Kawasaki snow mobile. So it might be the same on yours. good luck

1994 | Answered on Dec 11, 2017

you may have fried the ecu

1994 | Answered on Nov 06, 2013

If they are capable of doing the job Yes

1994 | Answered on Oct 10, 2013

try bmw dealer service department

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Following is the definition:
A bibliography is a list of writings by an author, such as the lengthy bibliography of Joyce Carol Oates, or a list of writings someone uses in a project, like the bibliographyat the end of a research paper. Bibliography comes from the Greek word biblio, or "book," and graphos, which is "something written or drawn."
Mini just means "small".
so........... A mini bibliography about Vehicle Care & Maintenance could be as simple as:
- the owners manual and
- Haynes Manual

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 30, 2018

I had the same problem and it sounds like your system has gone into safe mode and you will have to take to your local installer and have it restarted. hope this helps P.S. most of the time this service is free !

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 25, 2018

Sounds like you habe alarm in silent mode

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Save time and money on an oil change

With the prices that automobile repair centers are charging nowadays one would think that it would be less expensive to "do it yourself" to save a few dollars. Let us compare doing it yourself with having trained personal do the work on your automobile or truck.
To do it yourself you need to have several basic tools. Since you will need to get "under the car" you will need a jack to lift it up. The minimal work would be to lift both front tires off the ground. Yes, you have a common car jack to change a flat tire, but you would need to lift each tire separate and use jack stands to keep them up for safety reasons. And since you would like to keep your clothes clean, a mat or creeper to use to slide under the car to reach the oil drain plug will be needed. Next you need something to catch the oil in after you pull the plug out. Be careful not to lose the washer that is on the oil plug. You will need to know the size of the oil plug nut to be able to get it out. That could take several trips to the tool box to get the right one.

Next, where is that oil filter? Some oil filters are hard to find and harder to reach with the correct tool. Yes, some newer cars have a special tool to remove the filter which in most cases spill oil on the frame and onto the lower engine cover. That takes time to clean it off so that the oil does not drip for days on your driveway. Now putting the new oil filter on may not be as hard as getting it off, but remember to fill it with oil first and lube the o ring gasket. Be sure to check to see that the old o ring came off with the old filter. You will have a problem if you leave the old one on. Replacing the oil pan drain plug is fairly easy if it was not damaged by the last person who changed the oil. If you tighten the plug too tight it will pull the threads and make them weak and they can come apart when you put it back causing them to jam the pan threads destroying their ability to hold the plug tight. To fix that could cost hundreds.

Now, what to do with your used oil? You will need to pour it back into the container it came from and take it back to the store you bought it from. It is considered hazardous material. The oil and oil filter alone will cost you around $18-$20 for the oil and $8-$14 for a filter. Plus the time it takes to go to the store to buy it and then return to the store to depose of the old oil. That does not include your time to do the job. What is your time worth?

You can find quality service centers that have specials for oil changes for as little as $19.95-$24.95. While they are letting the oil drain, they will check other areas of your car for safety concerns. You can save time and money and have more done than just change the oil.

Do I know what I am talking about? I am a retired ASE Certified Master Mechanic with 40 years experience and I do not change my own oil.

Make your own decision.

on Nov 20, 2018 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories


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How to change rear brakes with EPB, without special tools

This video shows how to disable and wind back the electronic parking brake, EPB, so that the rear brake pads can be changed. You don't need the special computer gadget to access service mode.

on Nov 19, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

Remote starters can be a pain. You need to drive the car to a good auto-electrician or an installer for the make you have.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 12, 2018

Here is a link to the site that has your Toyota manual.
Toyota Vitz Service Repair Manuals on Motor Era

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 09, 2018

The recommended oil is 10W/30 API SG Specifications for the Honda GX160

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 09, 2018

Google (Marquette)(42-127)(manual) without parens.

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