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It is highly unlikely you will find any modern car that will have a totally separate cable just for the oil pressure sensor. The engine will likely have a single harness that has all connections integrated. That being said, a decent mechanic should be able to diagnose if there is a broken wire or a bad connector. If it is a bad connector, it shouldn’t be ...


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Nearly certain the spring failed by fatigue at a defect. Likely a "one of". Metallurgical defect of inclusions or wire drawing most likely ; small chance of manufacturing defect like a grinding nick. Service loads only determine the rate of crack growth, they do not cause the crack. Strangely, a case can be made that a service overload can ...


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Well tire wear is normal. Certainly by 85K the vehicle should have gone through at least one set. But why only the one tire? Perhaps there is an alignment problem or other suspension issue related to the coil spring issue. As far as coil springs, yes they do break. It might have been a pothole, overload condition, or some combination. I'd be looking for ...


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