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You did not specify which pump. If it's the water pump, you will probably need to replace it, as it is probably the shaft, not a pump housing seal, that is leaking. If it is the housing seal, you will still need to pull the pump to replace it - there is a special tool for this.
take the oil pan off and inspect for any metal particles then change filter and recommended trans oil as is said on your dipstick.you need 10.4 liters of trans fluid.Also contamination in the valve body could cause this and any sensors in it.If your car has over 200000 KM than get it rebuild.
Hello bagman.... Drive into any auto repair garage, such as an AAMCO repair shop and ask for a free estimate on this repair. A mechanic will come out to your vehicle and test the shocks for you. Since the back of the car is up in the air, it is likely that the front shocks are bad. Shop around and get firm estimates because the charges for this repair vary a great deal from one shop to the next. Joe
Hello: The check engine light is telling you there is a problem. To diagnosis and repair you need to go to Auto Zone, Advance Auto or O'riely auto parts stores and have the code read. Then you will know what is causing the problem. You could also go to a GM dealer. There are about 100 things that can cause
to come on.
tHIS MAYBE A MIS FIRE CODE dOES THE LIGHT BLINK ON ACCELERATION GO TO AUTO ZONE O'RIELY ADVANCE AUTO ASK THEM TO READ THE CODES WRITEN THEN DOWN THEN YOU CAN ADD THAT INFO TO HELP DIAGNOSIS THE PROBLEM
the answer is simple. you DO NOT!! Even a \licensed mechanic can not if the situation doesn't warrent it. These situations are controlled by the EPA to reduct ground water contamination and putting OSONE IN THE AIR.
On a lot of cars the light is reset when you get an oil change, air filter etc. It's overdue for a "look see". You can always go to advance auto and borrow the code reader for free. Plug it in under your dash and will read and reset any codes
The "check engine" light will "light"
when there is a malfunction in the engine management
system. The fault code is then stored in the computer.
The computer must be scanned to retrieve these stored
faults to pinpoint the malfunctioning component.
We recommend buying your own scanner and doing it yourself. With a
you can check for fault codes to find out why the light
came on in the first place. You can clear your cars
after you replace the malfunctioning sensors.