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I have a 1992 Chevy K1500 pickup. The joint at the tilt steering in the steering column is broken, I know I need to replace the steering column. What I am wondering is, will a steering column out of a 1989 Chevy pickup fit in my 1992?
Took car in to be checked out. Dealer found a catalytic converter problem and replaced, then the exhaust system. Picked up car and drove 2 miles and lost power took back now they say I have a electrical harness(?)problem to the tune of $2,000. Nothing really wrong with car before I took it in. A scam? Help!
4/20/09 I purchased a 2008 Chevy Malibu, 26,000 miles for my son, a 19yr old driver. The dealer convinced us the Major Guard Warranty was the best thing we could purchase, aside from the car itself. Now I am having mixed feelings. I have been reading some unfavorable reviews. Especially of concern is that a custom radio was installed by the prior owner ...
I am looking to lease. I was wondering if you could tell me who determines the "money factor". Is the the lender or the dealers and is it negotiable.
thanks so much
Thunderbird.....An auto shop is telling me I have to replace my intake manifold $800.00 as it cannot be repaired They are telling me the brass fitting is leaking and not the hose......and only way to repair it is to replace the entire intake manifold.....
Want another opinion. thank you.
Hi Patty, I am thinking of buying a used Volvo (from a dealer) low mileage. I want this car and cannot afford it new. I have leased a Honda for the last three years now want to buy, not sure if I should buy something new or go for this used Volvo $36, 15000mi. Thanks for you time. Mary
I have a used car-buying Q for you: We have about $14K in hand. If we are looking at two otherwise identical cars, but Car A has 50K miles and costs $12.9K, and Car B has 80K miles and costs $10K, what do you think? Are the 30,000 fewer miles worth $2,900?
Of course we will try to bargain, and maybe we can get A for 12, but the same can be said for ...