Problem: The customer complained of intermittent problems with the head lamps going off and on by themselves and fuel pump staying on, even with the key off. There were other random, intermittent electrical problems too. The malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) was on.
Vehicle: 2007 Chevrolet Aveo, L4-1.6L, Automatic Transaxle
Problem: The vehicle was brought to the shop because it was overheating only on short trips around town. It was fine on the freeway. The shop replaced the thermostat, radiator and coolant. The cooling fans were operating correctly. After all the repairs, the engine was still overheating.
Vehicle: 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe, V6-3.5L, Automatic Transmission
Mileage: 155, 778
Problem: The vehicle came into the shop with the check engine light on. The tech connected a scan tool and pulled the two codes listed below. He also test-drove the vehicle to confirm that the engine had no throttle response. It did not.
Problem: The vehicle came in from a body shop. The collision damage had already been repaired. When they body shop performed their “Post-scan”, the found a DTC, P058C – Battery Monitor Module Temperature Monitoring Performance. They had not found any codes in the “Pre-scan”.
Problem: This vehicle had erratic gauge and warning light operation and the HVAC controls only worked intermittently. The Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) was ON as well as the ABS, TCS and Security lights. Additionally, the fuel level gauge was inoperative.
Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Sequoia, 2WD, V8-4.7L (2UZ-FE)
Problem: The vehicle came in to the shop because the HVAC blower was not working. The technician found that the A/C compressor and blower motor were both inoperative. This vehicle was equipped with an Automatic HVAC system.