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3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/04/2013
If it was my car I would immediately check the transmission fluid level. The low level causes the car not to move very fast. When there is not enough fluid it gets very hot so it causes the engine to overheat.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/02/2013
First of all, check the level of coolant in the car. It sounds like it is low. Low coolant on that vehicle can cause the head gaskets to fail, so make sure it is full and watch the level closely
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/02/2013
Sounds like a Chrysler product. You can replace both the battery and the alternator, and you will still have the original problem you had before. Everything in your description is just symptoms of the problem. Not the actual problem itself...
6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 13/12/2012
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2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 09/12/2012
Ray hit it on the head so just wanted to add that rubber brake lines are made of a material that will not dissolve or decay with brake fluid, oil water gas and any other road contaminate you will encounter. The water or antifreeze on the timing belt or any belt for that matter will ruin the belt...
7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/10/2012
...bad Check/Fix in preferred order: - check fuse for bad fuse (LHS footwell). - check all 4 brake light bulbs in rear for a bad one - check brake pedal...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/10/2012
... Chrysler Sebring!!! (your car) Chrysler LHS Chrysler New Yorker Chrysler Eagle ...
4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 24/08/2012
You will not notice any difference in performance from one pan to the other . The only advantage of the aluminum is it cools a little better and less weight but you lose strength if it gets hit , it will break not bend like a steel one .
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 31/07/2012
- related to LHS