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It sounds like the regulator is worn out and will need to be replaced. I wouldn't try to force it up, or you could shatter the glass. The slides for the glass could also be at fault. Some windows incorporate both the slides and the regulator together ... some do not.


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There are three different engines offered for the Highlander & Camry which are the 3.0L V6. All three are of the 1MZ-FE model. It appears one version of the engine was used from 1994-2006 in the Camry. It produced 168–190 hp @ 5200–5400 rpm with 183–193 lb·ft of torque at 4400 rpm. Wikipedia says: Horsepower ratings dropped after the Society of ...


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If you're on a very tight budget & don't care about the car too much, and it's not a big leak, then some of the pour-in-the-radiator "leak stop" products might work quickly Something like this. Raw eggs (or just eggwhites) might work too for a little while. Those would coat your entire coolant system with "goop" that should plug small holes. But best ...


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P1135: AFR Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction Bank 1 Sensor 1 As discovered, the malfunction doesn't necessarily have to be in the sensor itself. Possible causes for a P1135 code include: Faulty Air-Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1 (already ruled out by replacement) Air-Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1 harness is open or shorted Air-Fuel ...


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Valve covers leaking is only going to cover the engine in oil. As long as you have enough oil, its not an issue. The overheating sounds like a pinhole leak, or the radiator is partially clogged. Check for cold spots on the radiator. If you can, pull over when it gets hot and see if you can see any pinhole leaks spraying. You might want to clean the ...


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From my experience as a LR Defender owner (known for chassis rusting): Rust, once there, can spread. It will not go away. So if you just take it out on sunny days you will not be making it get any better. Sometime or other you will need to get to grips with this rust problem. From what can be seen in the pictures, the muffler seems OK. That's a good start, ...


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If a vehicle starts but then the engine stops very soon after that, chances are that the alternator is dead as the battery without the alternator has only so much charge to sustain the motion for a brief while.


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The only time springs usually go bad is if the shocks/struts are no longer functioning. If a vehicle has bad shock/struts and is allowed to bounce all over the place, the springs become worn out. If the shocks/struts are replaced when required, you should have no fear of the springs. You can always do an inspection of the springs. Reasons to replace them: ...


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Here are some points which you should look for in your suspension to determine whether you need to change them or not. 1. Bumpy Ride Drive the car on some rough roads, if you can feel all of the slightest bumps then unfortunately your coils are wearing out and you need to fix them. Also drive on a pothole in low speed, does your suspension does full ...


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If you've never changed them, the problem might be one or more of the motor mounts. When one is worn out (especially ones which control the torque of the engine - like a dog bone type), it will start making strange noises when in the lower part of the RPM band from a stop. This can hold especially true if you are not really hearing it when up to speed. You ...


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Yes it can. You can find it as either DORMAN Part # 911603 or as AIRTEX / WELLS Part # 2M1257.



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