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If I want to get the part number of a car parts, how I can get it through online ? I do not want to go to a dealer to ask him for the part number. because maybe he will not give me the part number and I do not want to go every time to him. and how the dealer get the part number ? is it from catalog ? if yes, from where i can get that? Note: my car is chevy silverado 2011

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I read here that a bad valve cover gasket can cause low engine pressure which will cause oil to be burnt. Is this true? Exactly how would that work?

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There was damage to both cars, but no injury. I didn’t report it to my insurance because i didn’t care about getting my minor damaged fixed.

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And how is this possible? This would explain the large shift towards forced induction in the auto industry.

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The question before editing by me was “How can an engine have less than four cylinders”. There were answers. The OP was confused between Four Stroke and Four Cylinders. After the comments on the question I have edited the title… Dilip Damle

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If an aircraft carrier going at top speed encountered an anchored civilian ship that couldn’t move because the crew was diving, what would the carrier do?

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My 2008 Acura TSX had developed a violent shake when accelerating. Upon a brief inspection, I noticed the control arm/compliance bushings were partially torn (completely at one point, partially at two points). I assumed this was causing the shaking and replaced them. A year later, the shaking returned and I found the cause to be bad inner CV joints. However, my control arm bushings have started to tear again. I'm assuming it was the CV's shaking that caused the tearing, so I'm hoping the tearing will not get worse. I want to know if it's dangerous to drive with a partially torn control arm bushing, or if I should replace it.

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So my mom has a Toyota Avalon 1995 and it's been having problem with the seat belt chime. I would say the chime stays on all the time even after the car is locked, the chime is also on when the car is off as well. I've checked and removed any heavy items on the seats just make sure they don't trigger the chime. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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