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The ABS light coming on indicates that the...

The ABS light coming on indicates that the computer has recognized a problem in the system. It then turned the light on, disabled the system and stored a trouble code to be retreived. You will need...
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In order to troubleshoot the problem accurately,...

In order to troubleshoot the problem accurately, some things have to be tested during the actual problem. Any other time and everything will check out good. Trying to diagnose this any other way...
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What's happening to you is the dealer is trying...

What's happening to you is the dealer is trying to take you for a ride. They want to replace both hubs because a 6mm bolt is rusted. There are many other options including using heat to get the old...
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They have a lot of problems with the circuit...

They have a lot of problems with the circuit board on the motor. It can be replaced separately.
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I haven't had too good of luck with reman...

I haven't had too good of luck with reman compressors. They don't hold up well at all. It's a pretty expensive way to create an idler pully. You could always just replace the pulley on the old one if...
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If it's drum brakes, then it's easy. If it's disc...

If it's drum brakes, then it's easy. If it's disc brakes, your going to have to remove the caliper, pad holder and rotor to access them. Get an extra nut to use to draw the new one in. Space it out...
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Just because a codes says something is wrong with...

Just because a codes says something is wrong with the info from a sensor, doesn't mean the sensor is bad. The circuit needs to be trouble shooted. In the case of the O/2 sensors, the code says they...
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But they don't dissapate heat as well as...

But they don't dissapate heat as well as aluminum. The brass/ copper will last longer though.
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I think parts of them are but they usually still...

I think parts of them are but they usually still use some rubber.
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Even if it is just the clutch, it got so hot...

Even if it is just the clutch, it got so hot before seizing that it likely fried the front seal anyway. Putting only a clutch on it will only cost you more in the end when you have to change it all...
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I seem to have run into a few more than Jim has....

I seem to have run into a few more than Jim has. I had one today that was used up. Sensors do deteriorate with time, mostly because of geting contaminated. An O/2 sensor is a voltage generator. What...
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Your going to have to pay someone to do it for...

Your going to have to pay someone to do it for you. You'll need a professional scanner to access the ABS module.
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About the only one of the changes that will help...

About the only one of the changes that will help in any way are the headers but don't eliminate the O/2s in the process.
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Have you had the wheel alignment checked?

Have you had the wheel alignment checked?
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Hahaha....... Forgot about feeding you.. :blah:

Hahaha....... Forgot about feeding you.. :blah:
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One exception to Davo's advice would be a...

One exception to Davo's advice would be a "by-pass" type of condenser. They cannot be flushed nor can you tell when one is restricted because all of the tubes are fed by one main manifold and if you...
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Change the turn signal switch. That's your...

Change the turn signal switch. That's your problem.
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Don't listen to that. The axle shoud be replaced...

Don't listen to that. The axle shoud be replaced as soon as it slings the grease out. Driving with a bad C/V joint can be dangerous if it breaks. It's also pretty easy for it to get grease on the...
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Did you install a separate amplifier? You...

Did you install a separate amplifier? You apparently have something powered with direct battery supply rather that "key on only" power. Check your wiring closely. Most radios have 2 power supplies.,...
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The car amy not be there tomorrow. They were...

The car amy not be there tomorrow. They were going to refer it to the dealer. I did that run and wait stuff all day today. It just foamed right back up again every time. The resevoir foams so much...
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No variable that I'm aware of. The pump was...

No variable that I'm aware of. The pump was dealer. The rack I didn't change but it looks dealer. It has a remote, circulating resevoir and I'm suspecting that feed hose also. It's pretty long and...
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If that's the one in the pump, it came with a new...

If that's the one in the pump, it came with a new one.
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That's interesting. Wouldn't a loose clamp show...

That's interesting. Wouldn't a loose clamp show up as a leak? I kinda suspected a hose problem, mainly because the other components were already changed...lol Have you got a way to isolate it?
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That's only changing about 1/3 of the total fluid...

That's only changing about 1/3 of the total fluid and not accomplishing much. A total fluid exchange done with a flush machine but skipping the chemicals is the best thing you can do for a...
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Question for the Chrysler techs

See if you guys have a run accross this before. Got a car today another shop gave up on. 2001 Dodge Stratus 2.4. Problem with the power steering constantly cavitating air into the system from unknown...
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