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Better to be safe than sorry - get it checked out. Take it to a specialist tire/suspension company. They'll put it on the lift and check out everything underneath for free. Could be a worn CV joint - whatever it is, it should be pretty obvious when it's up in the air. They'll give you a quote to fix it, and then it's up to you whether you let them do it, or ...


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Consider this: What costs $2.50 per gallon of E10 costs $2.50 / 0.9 = $2.7778 per gallon of actual gasoline in it. So, if you're wondering if the smaller energy content of ethanol is an issue, don't! Even if the ethanol had actually no energy content in it, the E10 would be cheaper per unit energy. In reality, the energy content of ethanol is perhaps ...


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Check what Paulster2 said and if that doesn't fix the problem it could be the bearings in the AC clutch..... spray some WD-40 in there and if the problem lessens, then it's a good sign the clutch needs replacement. The WD-40 won't be a fix. Good luck.


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Usually it will either be the belt is slipping on the AC pulley because the serpentine belt is worn out, the tensioner pulley is no longer providing the amount of tension on the serpentine belt, or the belt needs adjustment. You can try belt replacement first or check the tensioner to see if it is where it should be (a lot of them have a gauge to show where ...


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Most electric window motors have thermal cut outs on them. When used, heat will build up in the motor. If they get too hot, the cut out comes into play and keeps the motor from moving so as to not damage the motor. When the motor sits for a period of time, the heat is dissipated and the motor is allowed to work once again. This may be what's happening to ...


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Over time, chainsaw cylinder start to wear just like any other thing on the earth. I suggest you test your compression first. if it is poor, disassemble the saw and take a look at the cylinder and piston. If they seem to be worn, you need to replace them.


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