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Where did you get your vehicle serviced? I am pretty sure that '94 Concordes don't have carburetors; so I am curious who charged you for this service and if it is a wise idea to go back to them. That year/model is fuel injected and they could have service your fuel injection system, but that is different that a carb cleaning; you should verify with your ...


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I've never used it so don't know, but would assume it will continue to work after the fact. The thing I'd look at if I were you is actually getting the water out of there and putting coolant back in. When you do, I'd highly suggest you put another bottle of the sealer back in with it.


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I would bet the alignment of your starter is off. If the starter is too close to the flexplate, it won't engage the teeth of the starter ring, but rather run into it and just spin. If this is the case, you'll need to see how close it is and get some shims to push it away from the flexplate a little bit. This will allow the starter to fully engage it. ...


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It is not normal for a shop to turn the rotors only and not replace the pads. Maybe they thought they were giving you a price break, but now you end up going back to the shop for more work (ie: more labor to be paid). At this point, if they are worth anything as a shop, they will either have to turn the rotor again or replace them, which again, is more ...


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They might have been trying to save you money, but in the long run it's always best to have rotors and pads replaced at the same time. To explain more, cheep rotors are very common. What makes them cheaper? They are thinner and often softer, which means they wear faster and are easily warped. Resurfacing them is often a waste because the process of ...



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