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It is normal, because the fluid is cold, when a mechanic is checking power steering level, it is important to spin the steering wheel 20-25 times from left lock to right lock to warm up the fluid. You're vehicles most likely have no problems. Try letting the vehicle warm up for 2 minutes or turn the steering wheel back and forth a few times before leaving.
The leak was in a fuel line leading to the injector.
This sounds like it could possibly be an Evaporative Emissions problem involving your fuel tank. The engineering side of fuel systems refer to the amount of air in a fuel tank as "Head Pressure". Since fluids are almost impossible to compress, as you gain more air (and use fuel) in the tank it's contents are more easily compressed. The vehicle's computer can ...
It sounds as though you already have the heads off. If this is right, check the bores for anything unusual. I'm assuming this is the case if you are looking for the HP you say ... Not going to get that stock with a truck block. That means at least a cam, but probably a set of heads as well. If it truly only has as many miles as you say, you should still ...
My 2000 durango does this same thing. Took me a bit to figure it out. I stopped and filled up to find it works just fine. Just don't let the gas get so low now.
Sounds like an electrical leakage. If the cables will reach, put cables 3+6 on 1,2,4 or 5 and see if the misfire persists on 3/6. if it does, check the coils. The p0420 code refers to a low catalyst threshold. If your misfire isn't due to a leakage, you might have a bad catalytic converter.
Turns out to be the transfer case chain. It was loose and just needed to be replaced.
Tyre pressure could do it too. Just had the same problem.
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