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You should drain your tank and reload it with the correct fuel. See: What if you put diƩsel in an automobile that required diesel only


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As was noted in the comments, the problem is probably that there is a key in the splines and the pulley which needs to be aligned in order for it completely fit onto the shaft. While this is not your piece, it will show you exactly what I'm talking about. The splined area has a keyed area which is visible: The crankshaft will have one which is opposite ...


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Sounds like you need to look at the rear bushing of the front wheel control arms. These are made of rubber on most cars and don't last beyond 100k. The thunk you feel is because a normal bushing has firm hold of the connection with the control arm, where as your control arm is probably loosely held in place by worn rubber. When you accelerate, the forces ...



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