um what do you mean it sounds like a deisel. If I was your mechanic and you came to me with that information I would see $$$$$$$$ and a car that was running low on headlight fluid.
After checking your posts, your problem is deffinately your headlight fluid.
Seriously though, it sounds like you have no exp. working on cars. If you want to start working on your own car let me recommend 3 things.
A) Find a buddy you can learn from and let him take the lead and teach you cause lets face it, if you do the wrong thing you can start looking for a new car (or pay the cost of a new car to fix the one you broke...
B) buy manuals, Haynes, Chiltons, Etc.
C) Community colleges that have mechanics programs......
It's one thing to ask a detailed questions and have knowledge on how to work on other cars and the general idea of how a car works (fuel + Oxygen + spark = boom), and have to ask questions about this specific car.
It's another thing to ask questions that show you know nothing about cars in general and then try to fix things yourself while giving little to know detailed information and having no hands on exp to know the right information to give.
Most of us are car lovers who have been around cars, worked on other cars, studied cars, etc. None of us just walked outside and said "You know what, I'm a mechanic today" and started wrenching without some help.....
But to get help you have to know how to give the right details.
Last edited by dragon300zx; 12-21-2009 at 07:56 AM.