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As posted in the comments, the issue was resolved after replacing the worn out timing belt. The camshafts were centered and adjustments on the timing was also done. Slight vibrations maybe a good indicator if your timing belt is due for replacement. This will prevent you from expending a lot of money due to broken timing belt resulting to mis-aligned cam's. ...


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If you have the space you could part out the vehicle or sell whole as is. With that amount of damage I can see the repair value is high. If you need it gone quick you will get quick price. IMO Engine 200-400 Transmission 150-300 Doors 70-100 Deck lid 50 Fenders 50 Price can change but idea... These are typical junk yard prices. If you go this route then ...


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I've brought it to the mechanic yesterday and I got an update thru the phone that the problem was a P0700 error code that was thrown. He mentioned that before he continued to check the tcm he noted that even though the transmission oil was red, it was not feeling like oil(there is no water mixed but the oil feels less oily, based on how he described it to ...


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The only thing that will make a big difference on an economy car motor (ie, more than a placebo effect) in terms of acceleration is forced induction. Having been down this road myself, I feel I should warn you now: once you start doing serious modifications, you're going to be maintaining your car a lot more. Get a spare car. best route is probably to get ...


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This definitely sounds like some brake pads are worn down to the indicator wear bar. It is supposed to make a screeching noise when this happens. Don't take the car back to the mechanic who said this was normal for an automatic! But do take it to a reputable shop for another opinion. And yes, both points of your question are probably due to the same ...


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Do you know if it's coming from the front or rear? Also double check your serpentine or v-belts... They may be loose or just need some belt dressing. I know they can sound like that when at idle or when stopping.


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It appears from what I've been reading, there is only one fluid reservoir, which is in the front. There is, I believe a separate pump for the back end. If you are turning the switch and not hearing anything, most likely the pump is not functioning. If you turn the switch and nothing is coming out, I read where one person said to just hold it on for a longer ...



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