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It sounds as though it is one or two things going on here. First of all, did you check the serpentine belt which drives the alternator? Is it still on there and looking ready to do its thing? If that is still there, it could very well be the alternator itself. I've had alternators which have completely froze up. From your description, this could very well ...


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Both injectors should be spraying the same amount on that system. Confirm your fuel pressure is correct if so then you need an injector. It's possible it's the wiring to that injector but not likely. You can confirm that by swapping the wires going to the two injectors. If the problem stays on the same injector then it's that injector for sure.


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Has it stopped working completely, or just on certain speeds? It's possible that the resistor pack ( the thing that controls the speed of the fan ) might have failed...


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No heat or hot air during idle is the result of air gap in the heater core. Open hood, driver side fire wall you will the see the heater core rubber hoses. Remove the two hose clamps. Disconnect both hoses from the metal extension tubes (not the hose clamps located at fire wall, these are to difficult to reach). Use a funnel and fill both heater core hoses ...


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My first thought is a defective thermostat. If by low, you mean the over flow tank is near empty you need to bring it at least close to the normal level. Recheck it over several days. The other possibility is an air pocket. When the air pocket settles in the area of the temp sensor the gauge drops. This is due to air being a poor conductor of heat. This is ...


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That's because people use their defrosters to defog their windows. Most cars turn the AC on when you hit the defrost button. I always make the connection with riding ATV's or dirt bikes in the rain. When you're goggles fog up you have to stop, take them off, and blow cold air into them. Opening your windows will help to defog them to. Glass actually has ...


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Had same problem on 2008 impala. No MIL lights, transmission fluid clean with new filter. After coming to a stop transmission hesitated then jumped into gear. Problem ended up being Throttle Position Sensor on the throttle body (not pedal).


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Wow could be a mess of things. It might not even be related to your fuel system either. But, lets start there. First, lets talk about your fuel quality. If degraded over time will cause the engine to run lousy. Either its running bad all the time, then it is from the gas or if it is not running bad all the time and just has temporary issues, then it is ...


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I have had plugged fuel filters do this also. Try putting some fuel injector cleaner through see what happens. I always try the cheapest first and then go from there.



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