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Yes, you can remove it. Not knowing which engine you have in your vehicle, it's hard to tell you exactly what you'll need. Some engines, depending on the AC placement, will just require a shorter belt. Others will need a separate idler pulley which you put in place of the AC compressor. All it does it takes up the slack. Conversely, if you aren't too ...


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My '06 Silverado does something similar, though I don't have any gas which comes back out at me if I try again. Simply what I do to avoid having the gas filler nozzle not click off on me is to rotate the nozzle about 45° counter-clockwise, so the nozzle and filler hose are at about the 10 to 4 o'clock orientation. (NOTE: Please forgive my crude ...


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I'd suspect some kind of blockage or restriction in the filler - possibly the hose itself has partially collapsed, or the non-return valve is stuck, stopping the fuel from running down into the tank properly - by the time you got to the second service station, the fuel had worked it's way past the obstruction into the tank, so you could do it again.


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My first suggestion was going to be the wheel bearing. It still might be one of the rear bearings. I had this problem with my '06 Pontiac and the wheel hub (including bearing) was surprisingly cheap and easy to replace. You should be able to inspect the rear bearings much the same way as the front bearings. My second suggestion would be the CV joints. The ...


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If it only occurs after braking, it could be a warped rotor or sticky caliper. If the brake pedal feels like it vibrates when braking then it's most likely warped rotors. If your fuel economy is lower than usual then it's possibly a sticky brake caliper. Another possibility is a bad wheel bearing. Put the car on jack stands and try making the wheels ...


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Low brake pedal and poor brake performance could be the result of any one of the following: Air in the brake lines; Low brake fluid level; A leak in the brake lines or slave cylinders; Defective master cylinder. The reason it is more pronounced when the engine is running is because of the power assist provided by the brake booster, but most likely ...


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There are Various Reasons as to why the car might not accelerate as expected , some of the most common faults for old vehicles are : Faulty Timing Belt This is one of the most common issues for old cars which causes improper or bad acceleration.Check if your timing belt is good. Problem with O2 sensor This sensor analyse the emissions which in turn ...


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I'm not convinced its ok. The total toe is within spec but the toe on one side is out of spec, this would mean that the wheel may well scrub on one edge faster than the rest. The idea of it being acceptable at 0.44 is that its a total of 0.22 on both sides. The front left is 0.37 out which is out of spec. I would normally bring it back to within spec.


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No, total toe is what matters, as long as your steering wheel is straight when you are riding down the road. Basically when those readings were taken the steering wheel may not have been pointing straight ahead. If the tech didn't still have the steering wheel locked down and the steering wheel turned slightly it would cause those readings. Another possible ...



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