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  • in reply to: ETCG Answers Questions Live #82 (AMA) 2/15/2017 #876555
    Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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      [color=#00ff00]Hey Eric,

      [size=4]What fuel will you be running on the Fairmont and will it be E-85 compatible?

      Thanks!

      ialmanza4 from Salt Lake City, UT[/size]

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      in reply to: ABS issues 1999 Pontiac Grand AM #862803
      Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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        https://www.amazon.com/Autel-AL619-AutoLink-OBDII-Scan/dp/B0091DJWV0

        I have one and it works well. I use it for just checking codes and doing I/M readiness checks so I don’t need to bring out my scan tools or waste time doing an emissions test where the vehicle is “Not Ready”.

        in reply to: turn signal switch #862619
        Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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          You need to pull the air bag and steering wheel and clock spring assembly to access the 3 bolts for the multi-function switch.

          If you are a DIY, you probably should send this one to a shop as the tools needed are special and you need to know what you are doing around an airbag and clock-spring.

          in reply to: Day time running lights #862618
          Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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            Check the connectors for each DRL.

            On Chevy’s they get hot and melt the connector due to loose fitting terminals. If your connectors look at all melted, call the local parts store and get some new pigtails for them. This is a new connector and two wires which need to be wired in. Soldering and heat shrink is best. Also use 4114K (long life bulbs).

            in reply to: Carberator #862278
            Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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              How many miles? Sounds like more of a timing problem to me.

              in reply to: 2010 Honda Civic drive clycle #861807
              Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                Sounds like a bad upstream O2 heater circuit.

                in reply to: 1998 CRV hesitation, misfire, stalling help! #861806
                Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                  fuel trim readings?

                  in reply to: 2001 Sable brake light question #861804
                  Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                    Does your car have ABS and when you cycle the key to on does the ABS light come on?

                    If not, check the main power feed/ground connector to the ABS Modulator. This should be the connector with heavy gauge wires . Makes sure it’s properly seated and clicked in to position.

                    in reply to: Honda civic 94 ex v tec Help me please low RPM #861803
                    Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                      [quote=”thalo” post=169190]
                      Things I remember the mechanics did not do.
                      They installed d cap etc but they did not stick the two pins in my thing port to make ecu the check engine light come on etc so im not sure if they has somthing to do with my problem?. [/quote]

                      If the mechanic did not jump the SCS connector and put it it in “check mode” before setting the base timing, I’d have that rechecked. However if they were tapped into the underhood diagnostic connector with something like a MasterTech, I could understand as that tool does this through the scantool.

                      in reply to: f250 5.4 starts then stall no fuel , changed most #861800
                      Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                        Do you have spark?

                        in reply to: Honda civic 94 ex v tec Help me please low RPM #861799
                        Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                          Take your car to a reputable mechanic. I can’t help you.

                          in reply to: Honda civic 94 ex v tec Help me please low RPM #861794
                          Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                            How many miles on this 1.6?

                            When was the last timing belt done?

                            in reply to: My car has no airbags or seatbelt retractors !!! #861793
                            Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                              I believe what the Dealership told the OP was that the airbag/’restraint system (SRS) was not operational and that the OP needed repair before it would work, not that all the airbags and seatbelt explosives were no longer in the vehicle. Kinda shady way to get the OP to fork over money for reopairs (scare tactics) and at $4000 I’d like to know what was malfunctioning.

                              If I’m incorrect, and you are in-fact missing these SRS components, ask them for an itemized list of what is needed and labor costs. Then post here.

                              in reply to: 2012 Audi Q5 Brake Bleed Question #861792
                              Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                                An independent can bleed the ABS system.

                                You most likely ran the lines dry up to the ABS modulator when the piston popped out.

                                You need to belled the ABS modulator first before bleeding it downstream so if you don’t have the proper equipment, take it to any indy shop and have them bleed the brakes.

                                in reply to: Steering vibration when braking #861791
                                Isaias AlmanzaIsaias Almanza
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                                  Over time? Sure. You are putting more wear on your joints than are typical for normal driving since those joints are being used a lot more.

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