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I just finished up the second year of a 3-year lease on a 2006 Volvo S60. At the time I got into the vehicle, I was only driving 10K miles per year, so the 36K limit did not seem a problem.
But things change. I am now committed to a new commute for my childs sport that is going to put me way over my miles.
I was not thinking of buying the car, because ...
I have am researching using hydrogen to help with fuel economy and trying to figure out if it really works. The site I have looked at the most is water4gas.com. I am getting 15 mpg on my Tahoe and trying to find something that will improve the mpg. Can you please help?
I am having trouble getting the keys out of the ignition when I turn the car off. Sometimes there is no trouble and sometimes it can take up to 10 minutes. Do you know what might cause this, and how much I can expect to pay if I take it to a shop?
My brakes seem overly sensitive. They almost lock up, and the tires seem to skid one or two feet before stopping the vehicle.
I thought it was from sand on the road, but there was no sand the second time it happened.
My car was serviced recently and the coolant temperature sensor and the coolant level sensor were changed to new ones. When I drive the temp gauge still shows running hot and goes all the way red and sometimes beeps. As I drive it goes up and down especially at stop lights where I put it in neutral then it does not move.
car not starting on the first try?
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Do we REALLY need to get the car maintenance packages that are recommended at certain mileages?
And if so, I am always concerned they (the dealerships) are just checking things that really do not need to be checked, which of course increases the cost of the package. Should I just get over ...