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car cuts off when idling, have replaced fuel pump and filter, when car cuts off I usually have to wait 10 min. before it will start again, usually have to drive with one foot on the brake and one on the gas,now "cruise control not available" light comes on. Have cleaned throttle body and changed spark plugs as well. Took it to firestone, they said lower ...
I just purchased a used 05 Nissan Xterra, V6. I'd like to put the best oil filter and oil in the vehicle when I get my oil changed. I'm confused about what brand filter and which oil to use. What's your advise? Thanks
I have a envoy slr. When I reverse there is a squealing coming from the rear. It only happens when the vehicle is cold.
I started smelling a strong chemical odor in my car. Took it to my mechanic and he said that the air conditioning evaporator was leaking and needed to be replaced. They disconnected so that it wouldn't come into the car. Cost estimate to replace is $900 because they have to remove the inside dash. Is that correct? Have been driving without ac but I live in ...
I received a P000B code via a diagnostic test at the local Pepboys. Apparently, this is due to a fault/ and or dirty screens on the camshaft position solenoid valves which was released in the TSB PIP-4644 from Saturn to its service departments. Before turning a wrench, is this correct diagnosis on my part? Thanks! Mark
Hi I have a 1999 Dodge Durango and my AC blows out hot air and no air blows out the front vents I went yesterday and brought some antifreeze and that got it a little cooler for about 10 minutes and I went right back hot again what can the issue be?
The rear brake pads on my Subaru Forester only had 2/32" left on them and have to be changed. Fronts are OK. What would make the rear wear so much faster than the front? I thought the opposite was true? Do I have to change rotors whenever I change brake pads if no damage is evident? Thanks

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