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I have a 2002 town and country . when I am driving ,it looses power . it don't shut off it just don't get gas anymore and i have to glide to the side of the road and put it in PARK and then it will resume .Ive had this happen 3 times in one day and then ive gone 100 miles and already as much as 1000 miles and nothing happens . i had it in to the dealer 5 ...
My car makes a "grinding" noise when I start it, and when I accelerate. It's been doing this for 2 wks, before the subzero weather started. Do you have any idea what it could be?
I have one rear tire gone bad. Is it necessary to replace both rear tires when one is still good
I own a 1998 Toyota RAV4 (bought new)which I've been very happy with and have begun researching a new vehicle. I plan to purchase in the next year or so. My top criteria are good fuel economy, AWD for snow/icey weather, contained space for two 60# dogs, reliability, price around 25,000 with some flexibility. I am looking at Toyotas or a Subarus so far, but ...
Hi! We just purchased a 1988 Toyota Camry as a dependable car for our son to drive to college. It has 139000 miles and is in good condition. The car has an automatic transmission and was pulled behind an elderly couple's motor home for many of the miles. It has a lube pump system for the lubrication of the transmission when it was towed and the ...
I have a 1996 Cadillac Seville SLS and the interior lights are out. The fuse has been replaced three times and did not help. What are the most likely reasons for this problem? The dealer wants too much to correct it.
where is the best place to sell a 1967 Volkswagen convertible? Tried an ad in our local paper and got zero response? Thank you!