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In Forum: Saturn

wow, that's a lot of stuff. 1. ticking noise: yes, it can be an exhaust leak making a ticking noise. and as the engine heats up and the metal parts expand it can close up the gap making the tick noise go diminish. 2. stabilizer link pins and frame bushings are common sources of knocking noises coming from underneath a vehicle. You have to check them on an alignment lift or a four poster. whe


In Forum: Pontiac Grand Prix

If your car is the same as the one in the diagram the ground wire for the fans and the fan relays are the same. the black wires that go to the ground connection lower left front of engine on the transaxle stud by the starter. I have tools that plug in and bypass the relays to see if there is a good circuit for the fans to come on at the relay connection. Ir's a good way to see if everything i


In Forum: Chevy Trailblazer

your recommended service schedule says that you should change the trans filter and refill with dextron6 every 50K miles. Just like changing your engine oil and coolant, the materials in the trans fluid will get worn away over time and will break down. A scan of the transmission should be able to let you know what the trans computer is seeing and may let you know what the problem is. If it is a


In Forum: Chevy Silverado

looks like a power steering cooler assembly. follow rhe lines from the cooler and they should connect to the power steering system


In Forum: Ford Trucks

make sure your clutch master has enough fluid in it. If it's ok, your slave cylinder might be hanging up a little bit. When the system is working normally, the pressure plate pushes the release bearing back to push your pedal back up. Some times the slave cylinder or release bearing gets worn and can have just a little too much drag or misaligned. Air in the system can cause a reduction in the


In Forum: Oldsmobile

you should check at: car-part.com wrecking yards across the US


In Forum: GMC Trucks

then I would be looking for something that has changed since you changer the motor over. Make sure there is a good ground to the transmission. and the connectors are plugged in and there are no wires pinched any where. make sure the fluid level is full for the trans. If everything looks good, use a scanner and check for trans codes and verify that the data stream is looking good and that there




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