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Well, now that you put it that way, I bet you we messed up on the timing chain/tensioner somewhere. Doesn't seem like there's much else it could be unless there is something else that has gone wrong since the car's been sitting there for nearly a year. Oh how wonderful it will be to take that cover back off and work on the chain without lifting up the engine. Still doesn't explain the TPS issue th

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check code , they have been having problems with the intake gskt leaking. easy to find, while running hook up scanner and watch fuel trim and spray quick start around intake gskt. If yoy see the fuel trim drastically move that's your problem.

In Forum: Chevy Silverado

have you looked under your truck to see if anything is loose? The bed is mounted by a bunch of bolts and rubber insulators. check to see if they are loose or the insulators are broken. You springs or spring mounts could be rusted out. zIf you have a rear sway bar, the links of the frame bushings could be bad. Maybe your spare tire is loose under the bed. Could be bad or damaged shocks... L

In Forum: Ford Cars

I don't understand why you wouldn't say that you knew what codes you had when you made your post. If you have a tool to read the codes do you also have the freeze frame from when the code was set? every time you reset the computer it goes through a relearn procedure. As soon as the monitors are reset the computer will see the problem that you erased before and will go into limp mode all over ag

In Forum: Pontiac Montana

You can do a hard reset by disconnecting your battery ground cable. here is a video afterwards you will need to drive it around for a while for the computer to relearn everything

In Forum: Ford Trucks

have you tried to open the door with the key and then turning on the ignition? (bypasses the key fob to turn off the alarm)

In Forum: Saturn

I would check into the evap code. If you have the wrong solenoid open or closed it will draw gas from you fuel tank. That's why filling gas affects it. It floods the engine. Next time you fill up and it doesn't start right away push the throttle all the way to the floor. That tells the computer to shut off the fuel while cranking (clear flood) If it starts up that way then it most likely is


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