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FAQ-Hyundai 1994 CV Shaft Leaking

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muriel
 
Type of Vehicle Hyundai
Month/Year 1994
Model excel
Message How do you fix a leak around the input shaft of manual transmission,do i need to replace both shields and bell housing on a 1994 Hyundai Excel?
Muriel
 
This is a good question, because I need to establish where the oil is leaking
Are the CV boots torn if so they can be replaced.
 
If the seal is leaking where the CV Shaft fits into the transmission ...

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FAQ 4,

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Question Australia-3-1 Overheating and trouble with Toyota dealership
username=Elizabeth H
VehicleType=Toyota Camry
VehicleAge=9
DistanceTravelled=approx. 60000
Trans=Auto
Driveline=FWD
Country=USA
State=Texas

IsThereRoadSafetyEducationInYourTown=Yes
Subject=Camry overheating
comment=My 1993 Toyota Camry overheated a couple of weeks ago.  I had it
towed to the dealership where the radiator and thermostat were replaced.
Now I cannot drive more than 1/2 mile without its starting to overheat
again.  If I’m driving, the needle stays at about the middle of the gauge.
If I am stopped at a light or ...

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FAQ 3,

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username=Jim Mayhan
VehicleType=blazer
VehicleAge=11.5
DistanceTravelled=150,000
Trans=Auto
Driveline=RWD
Country=USA
State=Georgia
Subject=Vibration
comment=I have a 1991 S10 4DR 4WD Blazer.  I purchased the Blazer in
September 1990.  Over the past year I have had vibration problems at highway
speeds and on accellaration and decellaration.  I have had new tires and
shocks and had the tires balanced a few times.  Finally, I took it to
the dealer and explained the situation.  On Tuesday, 4/16/02, I took it to
the dealer.  He was intent ...

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FAQ 2,

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Question 2-1 Suspect charging problem
Hi Darren,

I have a Mitsubishi Magna TS (1990).
I find that I can drive the car for, say, an hour with the voltmeter on the
dashboard dead centre (vertical). If, either parked or driving, I raise the rpm
momentarily to over 3000, then the needle moves (slowly) to 3/4 scale, and will stay
there for the rest of the trip.

Alternatively, before starting a trip, if  I idle the engine momentarily at 3000 rpm,
the needle ...

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FAQ 1,

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1, Question
Battery Light
What does it mean when the red light comes on with a battery symbol inside the light?
Answer
The most common reason  is   the battery is not getting any charge. This will cause the battery to run flat and finally prevent the engine to run.
Remedy
If we ever see the red battery light come on,  this means we need to do something ASAP; like have a mechanic or auto electrician attend to the problem.

2, Question

Jump ...

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Jump Starting your car

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Warning
Extreme care must be taken when jump starting an engine or serious bodily injury or damage to the vehicles may result.

If jump starting is not done correctly, expensive damage can be done to a vehicle’s electrical system, particularly to those fitted with electronic ignitions. Check the vehicle operating manual, if there are no specific instructions, then follow these steps.

When jump started, flat batteries generate high volumes of hydrogen gas which is extremely explosive, so sparks and naked flames must ...

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