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Do I need to change the timing belt on my 2001 Acura TL at 100,000 miles?
Car is a 1992 Pontiac Grand AM,six cylinder, 3300 engine, 68,000 miles. Last April or May while slowing down for a stop light at an intersecration, the engine suddley started "chugging" and quit completely. Put in park and turned key and car started immediately. Upon shifting it into drive the engine killed.This would continue for about five times before ...
I have a 1992 Chevy Silverado Pick Up. It refuses to start. The lights come on but it just will not start. I also have a remote/security system on it. Could the remote be interfering with it starting? I don't have a clue as to what the problem is. I would appreciate your help. Thanks, Jan Cragun Wichita KS
I need help! I read about AskPatty.com in the NY Times, and I thought, what a great idea! I think I may have been fleeced more times than a Merino ewe. I just have had many, many bad experiences with auto mechanics, and though I'm a journalist typically more than comfortable with confronting injustice, I'm shy about doing it without solid information ...
My gf was told by several people to put hot water on her car door locks to open it up. I say this is a bad ideal what do you advise please?
I placed an add and now I can't find it. Its for a 1968 Chevy Corvette. Please help. Thank you. Doug Scott
Our 2003 GMC Envoy ac has stopped working and only blows HOT air since we had a new battery installed. What is the deal???

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