Asked by Nov 11, 2016 at 11:49 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I don't see a question here.

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Delete your question yourself if you don't want it answered.

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I found the original question. It was asked 6 days ago about an '06 Pacifica. Sounds like a timing belt or chain failure. Click on the user's name then question activity. You'll see the original question. -Jim

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Ali, Questions are usually answered if someone knows the answer. Try asking again with more added info and maybe someone can help. The more the better. We hate the "Car won't start" ones.

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There is nothing we can do when there is no information and the post is incoherent and misspelled to boot. People typically withhold almost all the pertinent information as well.

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