Heck no, if you can afford a new one, there's only a couple of small bolts that hold it in. I think they're 10 mm. All you have to do is disconnect the wire plug from it, take out the bolts, remove it, put in the new one, reconnect the wire and drive on. They are a PITA to get to but you CAN do it yourself. A new one at Autozone runs about 188 dollars.
There are many independent and franchise auto shops and certified mechanics which would be qualified to repair your vehicle. look in the phonebook or for ads to find out.
AnswerAfter it's Repaired, it's called a " Salvaged Rebuilt Vehicle". before it's repaired it's called a total wrecked vehicle. Most insurers will not provide insurance for a total wrecked vehicle unless proven that the vehicle was prematurely declared a total loss.This would not apply to cars being rebuilt from the ground up, such as classics
SRS malfunctioning. Take the vehicle to the dealer for repair. take the vehicle to a dealer
the upper A-Arms can be adjusted to some degree, But it is suggested that you take your vehicle to a shop and have a front end alignment done by a qualified professional.
If your vehicle is equipped with Freon 12, you are required by law to take the AC to a qualified specialist.
The company will give you a check. What you do with that check is up to you.
You should go to a certified mechanic or a professional with the experience needed to operate on your vehicle concerning brakes etc. Try looking and comparing different shops for disc brake service.
How can anyone answer your question? You provided, no make, model, or year.
A salvage vehicle is one that has received a certain percentage of the vehicle's worth in damage (determined by the state the vehicle is registered in). To salvage a vehicle in most states, one must be licensed to repair the vehicles and the vehicle, once repaired, usually has to be inspected. If the vehicle is salvaged and repaired to be sold, it is the responsibility of the seller to disclose the salvage title.
As long as vehicle can pass inspection, and it's not deemed hazardous by authorities, vehicle does not have to be repair to original condition.
A vehicle that is supposed to have a catalytic converter and it is missing or repaired will run with higher pollution output.
if the repair job out weights the price of the vehicle
You probably have wires that are burning. You should have the vehicle repaired by a professional before you have a breakdown or a fire.
Once a vehicle is considered salvaged, you cant get it clear for any reason, even after its repaired.
vehicle stability ctrl. Either u have turned if off or its malfunctioning www.meanstreet.net
White smoke from the exhaust is a sign of coolant entering the combustion chamber. More than likely you have a blown head gasket or cracked head or both. This will destroy your engine if you continue to drive the vehicle. It can be repaired, so stop driving the vehicle until you can seek professional help.
With an OBD2 scan tool after the problem is repaired.
It is very important that if you are having issues with your vehicle (especially its steering) to have it towed or professionally taken to your car dealership to be repaired. Do not drive your vehicle if it has major problems and be sure to get it professionally repaired at your vehicle's dealership.
HSMV stands for the Highway Safety of Motor Vehicles. This agency ensures that all qualified drivers are able to operate a vehicle safely on state highways.
Auto manufacturers are not required to repair automatic seatbelts that are malfunctioning. Auto manufacturers are only required to make sure there is not a defect in the automatic seat belt mechanism.
It is on because there is a problem with the air bag (SRS) system. It will be reset when the problem is repaired. Working on the SRS can be very hazardous and for that reason this is not a DIY repair. Take the vehicle to a professional for repair.
IF the car was repaired after the accidents, probably not. If NOT repaired , it will decrease the amount the car brings at auction, increasing the amount you owe.
What's to know? You're out of service, so it's clear you were in violation. Either it'll need to be repaired on-site, or towed to be repaired.
Yes, that is one of many possible causes.
Replacing a vehicle vs repairing it is strictly the choice of the vehicle owner. If your vehicle is repairable by insurance company standards, you will be paid for the repair, not replacement/total loss.