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Hi Im David, have your mechanics driven the vehicle while monitoring the parameters and taken a snap shot of the parameters as it was starting to have this issue?
they really need to drive the vehicle while monitoring the parameters. otherwise they may never figure it out
its intermittent..... its a guessing game... it could be a lot of things. what do you expect me to tell you? have them replace every part in the vehicle? if they were skilled enough mechanics they would have driven the vehicle while monitoring it. i dont play guessing games. until you have a hard fault or a non intermittent problem. there is no way to tell whats wrong unless they do as i suggest.
checking in to see how tis going
does the security light go out when starting the engine?
then its not the immobilizer
i mean its possible, especially if it intermittently gives a compression code. if it spits out a code every once in a while then other co-systems will react to that code based on the interfacing of the networks within the vehicles brains. so in theory yes it could be the computer.
I suppose it is very frustrating. and believe me, with my experience i have seen some outrageous issues being causes by the smallest things that no one ever thinks of andd every so often there comes along one that no one can fix.
and there are no faults codes?
thats very interesting that there are no stored codes. that leads me to believe more so now that its the computer......
its not no 1400.00 flippin dollars...thats insane.
what size is the engine 2.0?
i was gonna say....thats ridiculous 100.00 is more like it
please accept the answer and leave me a 5 star rating and i will keep this open in case we need to go further with this...thanks man.
ok well keep me in the loop.