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comment Car shudders above 45 mph after after spin out into a ditch
I think the first two paragraphs can be done without. Probably not wrong, but it really doesn't matter what the problem is or is not at this point - someone who knows what they're doing needs to look at the car before it's driven again, period.
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comment What is seafoam? What does it do? How do you use it?
I'm not sure it's properly emphasized here, so I'll add: The "Intake Tract Cleaning" will create a whole lot of smoke! It's best to do that somewhere fairly isolated, where the smoke will most likely dissipate before it reaches anyone who might care. Depending on your car, there may be viable options other than the vacuum hose for the brake booster, and/or ways you can do the job solo. If you've never worked with the stuff before, it's probably best to find an enthusiast site dedicated to your vehicle where a detailed walkthrough and/or video has been posted.
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asked TPMS Rebuild Kit - Do I need it for a normal tire change if I don't have TPMS problems?
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reviewed Close Cars pulling trailers
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answered How does the Dodge Avenger know when it's time for an oil change?
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comment Sloshing Sound Under Dash
@JimFell I think you're associating the increased prominence of the sound with the wrong trigger. As you said, under normal circumstances, your car is accelerating when the engine is running faster. When there is water in a container, and that container experiences acceleration, inertia will cause the water to move around within the container. Do you have the same problem (if you still have this problem at all by now) when you rev the engine while the car is parked?
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