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I suspect the part that the mechanic may have been referring to was the Oil Cooler. I'm not familiar with this specific vehicle but many engines employ an oil cooler which uses engine coolant to cool the oil. This takes in oil under pressure from the oil pump and feeds it back into the oil system, on it's coolant side, it takes coolant in from the water ...


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It could be like what the mechanic said and would not be too expensive to fix You only need to change the radiator. Now you have had overheating, which is an engine destroyer, and you heard knocking sound, which does not sound too good. The engine "head" might have warped causing the oil to leak into coolant through the head gasket which is sandwiched ...


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How does an Rain sensing wiper work? Most modern cars have a device called a Optical Rain Sensor fitted onto the windscreen to detect rain and other obtrusive material. It simply works by firing an infra-red wave at an angle (45 degrees) from one side towards a receptor. When there is nothing on the wind shield the receptor picks up the infra red wave and ...


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Diameter and depth and impedance. Might as well do both since speakers are almost always sold in pairs. If you go to crutchfield or bestbuy or just about any website that sells car speakers, they should have a lookup tool for the size speaker you need. Since you just want to replace one, you might want to go to the junkyard and look for the same or ...


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The key thing you need to know is the impedance (measured in ohms) of the speaker - you might have to hunt for the model number if it doesn't mention it anywhere. Look for a number with a Greek Omega after it - likely to be somewhere around 4 or 8... The new speaker will have to have the same impedance as the one you're removing, to balance the one on the ...



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