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Its probably not the fuseable link; more likely is that the starter motor needs to be shimmed. The starter motor has a small gear ( the pinion gear) which sticks out on a shaft to engage the flywheel. if the pinion gear doesn’t stick out far enough, it will spin but not turn the flywheel. The starter will test fine on the bench. Sometimes the pinion ...


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That may well be a loose hub bearing, especially as you say the noise disappears on braking. Take this in to be seen to ASAP as in the worst case you could loose the wheel...


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If I had been handed this "basket case". I'd simply get a (car/truck) manual that has the wiring diagram in it, and patch it back together. I'd also wager that a search for "year model wiring diagram" will turn up some possibly better diagrams that you'll find in the manual. HTH


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You are right to be paranoid about a new (to you) car. You are getting to know your new vehicle ... you just won't know about things, so ... With that said, I'd say it's pretty uncommon for a "brand new" car to have a smell like you describe. If it truly was a burning rubber smell, it more than likely came from a belt, but could have been a lot of little ...


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You've got transmission wind-up. Try reversing, in a straight line if possible, for around 10-20m.


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Two things you can try: shift back to low, drive 10 feet (3m) then shift back to high and drive 10 feet, jack up one front wheel (assuming 2wd is rear) and rotate, well the amount of free play, in both directions while someone goes from hi to low and back to high, Either may be sufficient to "free" the mechanism. If not, then you have to check other ...


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I found two part numbers for you: Standard Motor Products - PN: S685 WVE/Aiirtex/Wells - PN: 1P1005 The end of the Standard Motor Products looks like this:


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Drop the glovebox; it's on a bracket on the HVAC housing.


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That could be from either of two sources: most likely, this is from the oil that is in the incoming air to the turbo, from the crankcase ventilation system. The outer housing is bolted to the backing plate and the clamping force may not be even around the periphery. the high pressure oil feed - that banjo bolt is usually sealed with copper washers and may ...


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