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As I held my foot on the brake, I began to wonder if the Corolla brake pedal was the same as mine, and thought it would make economic sense for Toyota if it were. I know the same engines sometimes appear in different models, but overall, what
A couple of years ago, I got a recall notice that said there was a defect in a part in the door and that the Fit might catch fire because of it. A fix was in the works, but Honda suggested that Fit owners not park their vehicles inside the garage
I have a complete set of studded tires, and I am quite happy changing out all four tires twice a year...I have changed wheels for 60 years, but I can't seem to remove these. I had the dealer do it, and watched at the garage as they pounded on them
I say it's dangerous; it's going to require a new starter sooner rather than later; and it upsets the drivers behind him as they wait for him to start up the car when the light turns green. On the weeks he doesn't drive the car, my mileage is about
I drained my oil, but it didn't come out, and I am trying to avoid taking the head apart. Thanks for any advice. -- Stephanie Tom: Well, like the goldfish my brother once swallowed, these things all come out eventually...If the spark plug blew out
I'm 93 years old, drive a 2000 Subaru Outback (also a great car but has high mileage and a roof). I have extensive driving experience across the country twice, 3,300 miles last summer (Mill Valley, Calif.; Durango, Colo.; Moab, Utah; across Nevada
Recently, the turn signals have developed a mind of their own. I turn on the left turn signal, and after faking me out by blinking left, it will, of its own accord, start blinking right, even though the signal handle stays in the left turn position.
However, as luck would have it, the only time we argue is when it comes to driving and car care. He drives a stick-shift Mazda Miata, and I drive an automatic 2010 Nissan Altima. So there are a lot of features in my car that he had to get used to (e.
The emergency warning device (aka, the horn) will work only if the outside temperature is above 55 degrees Fahrenheit...Sometimes, if the temperature is near 55 degrees, and if I hold the horn button down for between one and three minutes, the horn
I have chosen a 1975 Mercedes 240D non-turbo, four-speed manual...My dad and I went to see the car (about 2½ hours away from my home) yesterday...However, when we took the car for a ride, at about 30 mph and above it made a really sharp grinding