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If for some reason there is a leak at the gaskets mating surface or the surface is damaged and the gasket can't seal properly it will burn out in a short time so be sure the two pipes fit together correctly
Pull the starter relay out, turn the key on, there should be 12 volts to two of the terminals in the fuse box, can you confirm this. I may be able to forward a diagram to you but first let me know if there
Hello, I assume that plug goes to the transmission neutral start switch, is this correct, if so you could swap the switch from the old transmission. Also check the transmission number on the VIN plate
It has a timing belt, the recommended interval is every 90,000 miles, if it gets to the point where it's worn it may slip on the pulleys and this will cause a noticeable misfire and rough idle, they seldom
hello, is it an automatic or manual transmission?