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    Willing to be proven incorrect but I believe the...

    Willing to be proven incorrect but I believe the tongue weight of the car is 350 pounds, not the hitch. Putting a 2 inch receiver hitch will not change that.

    A small bike trailer could/would be...
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    If your engine has an oil cooler (coolant to oil...

    If your engine has an oil cooler (coolant to oil oil cooler) it may be your source.
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    The bulb warning systems usually work based on...

    The bulb warning systems usually work based on resistance.
    If the bulb you replaced has a silver base but the new one is brass then this can keep the warning. If the bulb wattage is different this...
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    The first picture is your recirculation button....

    The first picture is your recirculation button. "MAN" would be for a manually controlled HVAC system. "AUTO" for an automatic system where you set the temp you want and the system regulates the fan...
  5. No. Modern fuel injected cars/engines you do...

    No.

    Modern fuel injected cars/engines you do not need to touch the throttle/gas pedal.

    All you should need to do is turn the key to crank the engine.
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    Owners manual should have fuse locations.

    Owners manual should have fuse locations.
  7. Move the coil to a different cylinder and move...

    Move the coil to a different cylinder and move the plug to a different cylinder than the coil.
    IE coil to cylinder four and plug to cylinder two.
  8. Might be an idea to confirm what was actually...

    Might be an idea to confirm what was actually leaking and why. Perhaps a crankcase vent system that is not venting and blowing out seals.
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    Pictures would be helpful. Ones showing the shoes...

    Pictures would be helpful. Ones showing the shoes installed and the hardware and anchor points.
    New rotors or old ones with rust/rust ridges on them stopping them from going over the park brake...
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    I have never had to do this job/remove the...

    I have never had to do this job/remove the clamps. The o rings are going to do the sealing to prevent leaking coolant. I have worked on similar systems. The clamps are going to be there to prevent...
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    Second picture the clamps, #1 in purple, need to...

    Second picture the clamps, #1 in purple, need to be removed. Take note of the position of everything before you remove it.
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    Fuel filler nozzles use a venturi system to shut...

    Fuel filler nozzles use a venturi system to shut the trigger off. Fuel backing up to the venturi is supposed to shut the trigger off. A build up of air pressure could do the same thing.

    Sometimes...
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    Window switch and door modules are two different...

    Window switch and door modules are two different beasts.

    Door switch
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  14. Have you tried to unlock with the mechanical key?...

    Have you tried to unlock with the mechanical key? Pulling the knob up with pliers or similar and trying to open the door?
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    I have used Wurth silicon spray in my drivers...

    I have used Wurth silicon spray in my drivers seat belt buckle latch when the release starts to get stiff to release the buckle on the shoulder belt. A quick shot into where the buckle goes, a bit...
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    What are you using to check powers and grounds?...

    What are you using to check powers and grounds? At minimum you need to use an old school test light with an incandescent bulb. A multimeter can send you circles as it will show continuity and power...
  17. Definitely no spark from the coil/plug or just...

    Definitely no spark from the coil/plug or just the cylinder misfiring?
    Have you put a spark plug in the coil, grounded it and checked for spark?
  18. The Gen 2 rims will not fit on Gen 3. Different...

    The Gen 2 rims will not fit on Gen 3. Different off sets and hub sizes.
  19. Have you checked the actual fuel pressure with...

    Have you checked the actual fuel pressure with gauge?
    Does your car have an external (not in the fuel tank filter) fuel filter? If so has it been replaced in recent memory?
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    It is likely that doesn't come on at a set lower...

    It is likely that doesn't come on at a set lower pressure point but that if the system sees a large enough pressure difference between tires it will turn the warning on.

    I don't know how the...
  21. I would suspect corrosion in a connector/damaged...

    I would suspect corrosion in a connector/damaged wiring harness. By the time you noticed a leak it could have been happening for a long time and caused problems. With low voltage CAN (the...
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    Have you checked the axles? Broken, stripped...

    Have you checked the axles? Broken, stripped splines at the wheel bearings, not in the transmission all the way.

    Better yet when you put the car into park are you able to make it move/roll by...
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    Glad that you found it. Had mine go bad in 2016...

    Glad that you found it.
    Had mine go bad in 2016 on vacation. Post 25 shows pictures.

    ...
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    Whole sensor. I have yet to see a tire pressure...

    Whole sensor.
    I have yet to see a tire pressure sensor that has replaceable batteries. I have worked for three dealers, different brands and no sensors can be opened. They are sealed to be able to...
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    As with all things automotive there is an...

    As with all things automotive there is an exception to pretty much every rule.

    Normally the front of the engine (cylinder 1) is going to be at the opposite end from the transmission. V engines...
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