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CHECK ENGINE LIGHT.. I have recently replaced my alternator, a new battery, and a rebuilt dashboard cluster. I had a diagnostic which read my engine to be operating well. The mechanic was not the best, as He mixed up the fuses under the dashboard. I get the annoying check engine light now, and It never came on before the repairs. The lights ...
Having trouble finding the problem with the lights on the dash. Do you know if there is a fuse. I did have the car to my auto mech. He ordered a part from Chrysler that did not fix the problem. I emailed Chrysler and there answer was take it to a dealer. (of course). Any suggestions. Thanks
BMW 740 142,000 miles automatic trans will not upshift into overdrive
Hi Patty, What is the average cost of a rear brake job for a 2002 Honda Accord? I was just charged $206.00. Is that fair? Thanks so much! Kathleen
The dash lights went out on my 1999 Nissan Sentra and I can't find the fuse listed in the fuse box for them. Any suggestions?
I live in the female "friendly" state of Utah - moved here from Detroit area. I plan on purchasing a 2008 Denali. My question is: How do I use the information from the kelly bluebook and my gm points to get the best deal and a bottom line number to satisfy everyone?
I was rear ended and the insurance company declared my car a total loss. The $ from the settlement is not enough to purchase a decent used car. So, I was thinking I would take the money and use it to fix my vehicle. I don

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