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I am not happy with the fuel mileage I am getting. My car just turned 15000 miles so break in period is OVER. I been reading other post from people who are frustrated as me with the fuel mileage. I have the 4 cylinder front wheel drive 1 liter. In snow forget about using this vehicle. I know its not 4 wheel drive but even when you shut the traction control ...
After changing the alternator, I notice that the car is running rough and the check engine light is on. What could it be?
1. My vehicle has 4 oxygen sensors...how do I know which one to replace.?
2. How important is it to replace it?
3. Will this sensor malfunction effect the engine
4. How difficult is it to replace it
5. How much do they cost?
I need new brake pads and rotors for my car. I figured it would be cheaper to buy them and then have a mechanic install it, vs having the mechanic buy it. I see various prices and brands and am not exactly sure where to start. What should I be looking for and is there brake pads and rotors designed especially for my car. It's a 2009 Dodge Caliber
I want to purchase a 2006 Chrysler 300 with 90,000 miles at $10,900.00. Is this a good deal or can I find more qualified car for my money?
Steering wheel controls and driver door controls work but do not illuminate
Was wondering if this vehicle is prone to transmission problems. My transmission seems to be slipping.