All general car repairs for all models of vehicles, except technicals (overhauls) on A/C systems and transmissions.
16 years as a car mechanic from 1974 to 1990, and still repair cars on the side.
High School and college graduate
|Lori||04/18/17||10||10||10||Thank you Calvin. I think you are .....|
|E.J.||03/05/17||1||5||10||It's the keypad. Not the FOB. The .....|
|Lee||12/15/16||10||10||10||Thanks, much appreciated!|
|Lee||08/29/16||10||10||10||Thank you sir, for the helpful advice! .....|
Hi Jean. Are all the codes cleared now? If so, then the fluttering could be the fuel pump, especially if it is not consistent like a misfire. Reason I say this is because there are two components
Hi Cameron - Can you tell me how it is overheating? Running for about 10 - 20 minutes, or driving a few miles before overheating? Only overheating in stop and go traffic? Could be a number of
Hi EJ - The only way you can get a new FOB is from the dealer, programmed especially for your vehicle. Have you tried replacing the battery? Sometimes that works, ad it requires more juice to operate
Hi Cory - Can you tell me if the check engine light is on? If so, i will need the OBD code. If not, then yes, it could be the fuel system because that is not monitored by the car computer.
Hi Jenny - I'll try to explain it as briefly as possible. Start the car and let it idle for @ 2 minutes (open loop, O2 sensors not being used by ECU) and once the coolant temp reaches @ 158C/70C, the