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Hi John, I have the '04 manual and it does show the tensioners and in one of the figures the tensioner is shown to have an "R" on it, so that may be the clue to look for, though you did find an L. Do
Hi Randy, That code does not point to any specific cylinder but rather implies something that would impact all cylinders. Unfortunately there are multiple possible causes: main relay output circuit that
Hi Nick, I haven't heard of that sort of problem. It may be that there is an issue with the electrical contacts in the sockets into which the bulbs are fitted. So try cleaning those carefully. Also check
Hi Bobby, "No Bus" is about an issue with the communication system that connects many different powertrain parts to one another via digital messaging. But a more specific fault code that tells us which
Hi Laura, There are two possibilities, based upon the fault codes. The 2302 points toward the spark coil pack being faulty (though you replaced that) on the no. 1 coil circuit (of the three coils in