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Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered 43 minutes ago

Reads like it might possibly be a poorly connected steering column harness connector, intermittent computer connection on one of the harnesses or other including connector damage from someone in the past that got frustrated while making a large connector "fit", causing pin damage and not quite locked harness connector.
Also, after so much time, cleaning of the throttle body opening is in order just in case you are dealing with an electrical problem, as well as a separate hard start issue. Cleaning the throttle body opening makes a big difference in general hard starts that clear when the accelerator is tapped with the key in the run position with the engine not yet started.

A good trusted garage or good dealership is going to be in order for this one.

2006 Chevrolet... | Answered 47 minutes ago

I presume your vehicle has a electric motor power steering , as you haven't given year, I would say as this fault keeps recurring then changing the steering motor is the solution

2006 Nissan... | Answered 50 minutes ago

need code from delar

Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago

Unfortunately you can't get these to go out until the issue causing them to come on is addressed. I'll trll you how to find out! You'll certainly need to check it out further(or have it checked further by someone who is a professional- that doesn't always mean someone doing it for a living in s garage either as I no longer do but did for many years and still do it all regarding my vehicles and equipment along with everyone's that I know. I didn't mean to get off track but that's something to think about, people like me will save you big bucks $$$, mechanically friends are useful. Thus "Professional" will need a diagnostic scanner, a good one, the parts stores can likely help with engine light, but a more specialized diagnostic scanner will probably be necessary for your second issue. This is likely to be found at a well Equipped local garage or repair shop, and of course the dealer will have this if no one else does.

Ask friends and family, co-workers, or whoever you trust if they know a professional technician and perhaps they'll know someone capable or at least have a few good suggestions. Look in the local business pages or online reviews for local shops, a Toyota or Imported Car Specialist would be a huge plus but not absolutely necessary.

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2007 Toyota... | Answered 3 hours ago

remove tire from wheel, replace sensor, put tire and wheel back on car, reprogram new sensor

2011 Toyota... | Answered 3 hours ago

you need to cut the bottom of the pin off and use a punch and hammer to get em out. buy the pins and bushings too

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago

make sure gear shifter is in park sometimes if its not in park it wont turn

Renault Cars &... | Answered 3 hours ago

check by obd ECM falut codes

2005 Dodge... | Answered 3 hours ago

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