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  • avatar tony78 04/19/09 8:08 am PST

    my suggestion,,, is that you get a service manual, a test light, a vm meter etc,,, make sure that you check all of the parts to be sure they are operating correctly before you run out and buy a replacement part.

    Many people make the mistake of throwing money at the car in the vain attempt that they just might be lucky enough to replace the faulty component.

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  • tony78 04/19/09 8:08 am PST

    my suggestion,,, is that you get a service manual, a test light, a vm meter etc,,, make sure that you check all of the parts to be sure they are operating correctly before you run out and buy a replacement part.

    Many people make the mistake of throwing money at the car in the vain attempt that they just might be lucky enough to replace the faulty component.

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