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Ford Mustang engine overhaul.
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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
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In Forum: Oldsmobile

first thing is what does your temperature gauge show? does it look normal? if the temp is not overheating check your radiator cap. make sure it holds the pressure that the cap has on it.

In Forum: Chevy Cars

I have a 2001 Pontiac Aztek that shifts hard thru the gears It only does it if I stay sitting in one spot with the motor running for more then 3 or 4 min then when I take off it starts to shift hard it will stop once I turn the car off for a min or two then will drive fine until I stay sitting and

In Forum: Ford Cars

Thanks I did find it and the orfice was plugged up only found one by the condensor put a new orfice on and it works great

In Forum: Oldsmobile

the brake light switch is usually one of the things that the abs can turn on the warning indicator for. It could be tied to turn signal if the wires are shorted somewhere in the harness

In Forum: Honda

if the timing belt alignment is off, don't continue to drive or even crank the engine over. Take the timing cover off and see if you can find a reason for the belt to jump time. Worn belt, tensioner not keeping the belt tight or maybe the water pump has a problem. have you replaced the timing bel

In Forum: Chevy Blazer

there are always things that will amaze me when it comes to what could happen to cars and trucks. A line off of the gas tank shouldn't have anything to do with the engine locking up. But... anything is possible

In Forum: GMC Trucks

the easiest motor would be the same motor you have now. this way everything will match up and you won't have to worry about things not working right. Check with your local wrecking yard. they have the crossover books that will tell you what are other possibilities available.

In Forum: All Other Car Questions

you should probably have it raised up on a lift and check to see if everything is ok underneath. Plastic cover may be loose or you may have run over something. while it up in the air have the wheel bearings checked. see what this car ran over! Video and then the last picture...