AskPatty Certified Female Friendly Logo

Automotive Advice

At AskPatty, we focus on giving the best automotive advice for helping people with their car questions. If you have a car question, start by asking our automotive experts. You can also use the search bar in the top right to search for a specific issue. All car questions are welcome and we look forward to helping you!


Ask a QuestionAutomotive Advice - Page 69 of 626


Why does my car overheat when I go 65 mph?
Purchased 2011 Subaru Legacy (CVT) about 2 years ago with 70K miles (rental car). Currently at 111K. For the past few months, it stalls out when braking suddenly. Lights on dash illuminate, I put it in park, and just restart it. No noticeable issues when actually driving. Seems to shift and ride fine at city and highway speeds, but the stalling is getting ...
So there I was driving my wife to work early in the morning, and my 1992 Honda Accord LX was running fine as usual. After dropping her off, I drove home and parked. As I was getting out of my Honda, I heard a loud rumbling sound and then BOOM! Something under the hood of my Honda Accord exploded and there was smoke everywhere or what looked to be a lot ...
I have a 2011 Dodge Avenger, I got the gas cap alert a few days ago and replaced the Gas Cap and the gas cap alert went away but now the check engine light is on. What could be the problem?
Hi: I changed the timing belt and water pump, and installed new valves, cam, and camshaft sensor, but a code still comes up on my car and words the problem
This morning I turned on my car and the check engine light came on while the VSC light blinked and the traction signal was also on. When I try to accelerate on the highway, it will get to about 50 and stop while the rpms still want to increase?
My heat and A/C seem to have a short: it will pop on and off. Now my temperature gauge is reading high. What could be wrong?

Need Car Advice?

Ask The Experts!

Looking for a New or Used Car?

Search for our Certified Female Friendly® Car Buying Marketplace locations

Help Our Charities