Do not ask do-it-yourself questions like: "How do I replace my carburetor" or "How do I bleed my brakes". It is impractical to answer questions like this in a short response.
Do not ask us to send you copies of repair manual pages or diagrams. These are copyrighted materials. If you are planning to do your own repairs, your most important tool is a repair manual for the vehicle you are working on. Click Here to find repair information for your car. If you need specifications for a particular car, a good source is your local parts supplier.
Do not ask us about prices. Labor costs vary in different parts of the country and the world. The best way to insure that you are getting the right deal is to shop around and get two or three estimates. Remember that a competent technician who is good at problem solving is worth his weight in gold and can wind up saving you money in the long run.
Notice: Our answers to your questions are for educational purposes only, based on the facts that you provide and without seeing and hearing your car and performing diagnostic tests. Our foremost advice to you is to exercise caution and good sense; and to seek the advice of a qualified professional who will examine, diagnose and repair your vehicle.