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In case you had the engine off while the fans were on, your car was in the "ON" state, which powers all the electric systems of your car. The fans were consuming most of the power which have drained the battery very quickly. You've started your car right on time to retain just as less energy as was needed to get your engine running again. The smell you ...


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The Problem can be with the engine not getting enough ventilation. Problem: In your car the ECU is programmed to raise the rpm when it detects a stall or the RPM dropping down so if there is problem with your air filter which is not allowing much air into the engine and causing a stall but not noticeable your ECU will fight it to keep it in working ...


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The fuel filter is usually in a place which doesn't suffer from getting heated up. Plus it has fuel running through it which will help to cool it. If you think it's fuel pressure causing you issues, put a fuel pressure gauge on your vehicle and check it while running. If the fuel filter is old, go ahead and replace it as it will need it anyway.


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Check youtube I have a video out there on how to do the plugs and ignition coils https://youtu.be/_j8P6VjO9Os Plugs ignition coils


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This is a clear sign of a dirty/carbon-ed up throttle body. This video will show you how to fix it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQpPcdvSBks



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