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Gas gauge goes up and down or reads empty
Learn common problems for when your gas gauge jumps around or reads empty when it is full.

How to check serpentine engine drive belt
Check your engine drive belt at regular intervals. Look for cracks in the ribs, pieces missing or worn out grooves.

How to check fuses
How to check fuses. This is the first thing that should be done whenever your vehicle has an electrical problem.
How to check fuses
How to use a digital volt ohm meter(DVOM)
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A schematic also will be needed.

ABS Traction Light
Find out why the ABS or Traction Control light is coming on the dash of your car or trucks.
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3.1L and 3.4L
These V6 engines are 2 of the most widely used engines in all makes of cars. If you are going to fix it yourself, ask us and view these pictures of sensor locations and their descriptions and operation to help with auto repair.
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Wheels and Tires
Find out everything you wanted to know about car and truck tires. How to check them, what all those numbers and letters mean, proper rotating, example and pictures.

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In Forum: Chevy S-10 Pickup

Thank you, Carredi, I'll give it a try . I cannot believe how much damamge those mice can do ! They get into EVERYTHING ! My shop was clean until the mice moved in this last Winter. Now, I am going to have to go over every square foot of my shop, all of the boxes, etc.,all of my motorized stuff, etc


In Forum: Oldsmobile

ok, when you go to start it does it just have one big click? (the starter solenoid) or does it have a bunch of really fast clicking? One big click and nothing else, you should tap on the starter body and see if it will start. Sometimes, when the starter is starting to go bad, the starter will get


In Forum: Oldsmobile

who is telling you this? If your master cylinder won't plug into your replacement master cylinder you can switch the reservoirs if it is replaceable. It should have a roll pin by each port. you have to move the roll pin so the plastic reservoir is no longer held in by the pins. switch the reserv


In Forum: GMC Trucks

Ty for the diagram, I've found it near impossible to find any diagrams online, this will help me, ty again


In Forum: Dodge And Chrysler

Intermittent problems are tough to know for sure unless there are other related thing you can look at. Otherwise it is just guessing. Dying when coming to a stop could be throttle body coking. Use a scanner and do a minimum idle test. The scanner will turn off the IAC and if the engine dies or t


In Forum: Buick

I wouldn't replace anything unless I found that it wasn't working. Evap doesn't usually cause the MIL to flash. The Mil flashing is for when the computer senses that something is wrong and could damage the cat. (most likely the misfiring) If you had a vacuum line off that could have set the ev


In Forum: GMC Trucks

the door locks are separate from the door latch actuator. you're probably going to need to access inside the door to get it open and fix it.