I just got done putting over 2 grand in head gasket timing chain guides arp headstuds exedy clutch and flywheel got back from private mechanic and their was metal shavings in the vtec solenoid screen would not let vtec engage long story short 2 months after all this work done car has a loud grinding noise in it and took to dealer and they could not find the problem but they sent me these pictures that the mechanic that worked on the car did to my motor I want to here your feedback if u would acceptwhat the dealer showed me this is what this asshole mechanic did to my car
So I did an oil change yesterday and I noticed my fill plug was on top of the CVT... Kinda scared so I got some HCF-2 to change it out today and it has popped out again after 100 miles?
I've searched and found a few people that mentioned the same issue but no solution.
Anyone have some insight?
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i just tranny oil changed my car unfortunately with my lack of info i tapped my tranny fluid only jacked on the front all the way up and i did not even think that it should have been leveled so i drove the car for...
Today I found a leak on the left hand side (driver side) under the transmission area. I took couple of photos of the leak though the LH FR wheel arch. I am struggling to find how this part is called and how to fix it. Can you please help me to find out where the leak is coming from...
Hey guys, I've had this issue for a couple of days now since the time of writing, and I am wondering what this high pitched noise is. Here is a video:
At first, I thought that it was the accessory belt (to the left of the Engine in the video (also correct me if I'm using the wrong...
I have this issue when the car is rolling on 1st gear, after that its gone, could it be a bad cv joint? the video is in the link, its my first time posting up on here, so i don't know how to upload the video on here but thanks in advance.
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