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I worked for Isuzu for a couple years and 95% of...

I worked for Isuzu for a couple years and 95% of the time I ended up replacing the transmission. The trans fluid cooler on Troopers and Rodeos get restricted very easily and causes the fluid to...
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I would make sure that the temp actuator on the...

I would make sure that the temp actuator on the heater box is moving. Peek under dash with a flash light looking for a moving actuator while you are moving the temp control from hot to cold.

If...
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On the rear of the Sedona you can simply use the...

On the rear of the Sedona you can simply use the lower control arms of the suspension. They are fairly wide and flat and should be fairly easy to jack the car up on.
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Let me see if I can be of any help. I the...

Let me see if I can be of any help. I the throttle valve could cause this because if it broke or seized up then the tranny could be stuck at full line pressure causing the hard shifts and the...
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Well to start I think you should first check the...

Well to start I think you should first check the alternator by checking the battery voltage while the car is running. That should be at least 13.5 to 14.5volts. If you don't have a voltmeter, swing...
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Stop the presses!!!!!!!

On an 2007 Sedona, it is just like any other minivan or front wheel drive car. Right behind the front wheel there is a reinforced pinchweld and right infront of the back wheel. There is a flat spot...
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CADDY shack

Hello fellow DIY'er.
Although I am not a fan of Cadillac, I have much experince working on them. Here we go. First off you are right, there are alot of choices when it comes to suspension. I...
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The flasher is up and Left of the fuse block in...

The flasher is up and Left of the fuse block in dash area. I think it is held on by one or two bolts. Let me know if you will need a photo for reference.
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Replacing a headliner can run anywhere from...

Replacing a headliner can run anywhere from around $200-$350, that is ballparking the cars I personally have done. But another choice is to have it recovered by an Upholstery shop. That is usually...
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Srs

You can remove the battery cables to clear light. It may take up to 10 minutes to clear though. Air bag module can hold memory for a short period of time with no power. I dont know if your car...
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Drive Shaft

Hello
To start you are going about the situation in the right manner. All it should take is a pry bar to pop the axle out of the tranny. I have seen the little clip on the end of the CV get cocked...
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Question Just Guessing!

Hey I was just thinking that the Idle Air Control Motor or IAC may be shorted out internally or sticking due to carbon build up. I would take it off check the carbon build up on it.
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Some GM cars have a coolant level sensor mounted...

Some GM cars have a coolant level sensor mounted to the side of the rediator. I have seen alot of those go bad. un plugging it would make the light go out. Looks like a little black box with 2...
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if the blower doesnt work on any speed, unplug...

if the blower doesnt work on any speed, unplug the motor and plug a test light into the connector. If the light doesn't come on on any setting you have a wiring problem. But if it lights up the...
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Wink Guessing anyone?

I am not a ford expert, but on some other cars, if you suspect a bad Mass Air Flow sensor and the car runs better with it unplugged, it is prbably bad. Just one mans theory though. Good luck
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bad news bringer

I was hoping someone else would mention this but, have you checked the coolant level? If the coolant is low, I would bet the lower intake gaskets are leaking into the cylinders. Remove the spark...
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Wink Hub assembly

The bearing in the that particular car comes as a Hub assembly. All you will need is a socket set and something strong like an impact gun to get the axle nut off and back on. no pressing required on...
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Lightbulb Pop until u drop

I have notice some Fords, not just trucks, wearing out ball joints. I would start there. Look for busted dust boots on the joints them selves. You may want to check the outer tie rods also.
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Thumbs up Rough and Stuff

To start a blinking check engine light indicates a live missfire or skip. One bad O2 sensor wouldn't have such a drastic affect on your engine. I would start looking for vaccuum leaks and then...
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