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How to deal with auto dealer's service dept. and not get hoodwinked?
Hi Breanne: Hoping you can help with this. I have a 1996 Dodge Caravan, that has been fairly reliable but has also had some major repair bills. A few weeks ago, my husband noticed it had a leak. I took it in, and was told by the Chrysler dealer's service manager (where we've always ...
I am interested in a BMW 328i year 96. What is a decent price to pay for this vehicle with mileage been under 100,000? I also want to know where can I go to find such a vehicle. I am willing to drive up to 100 miles. I live in Lovejoy/Hampton, Ga. Do you know of any buy here/ pay here business just in case I can't buy from a dealership?
Given your upper middle class orientation, this may not be the kind of question you're interested in, but I'm desperate...last week my Honda Accord got rear ended, while I was in my driveway. The woman who hit me had insurance, but of course, that's not doing me as much good as you'd think. The Honda had a lot of miles on it, and it was called totaled. The ...
I have a 1994 Chevy Lumina that when first starting it, the rpm goes to 1500 then it comes back down to 1000, but then takes a long time to drop back down below a 1000rpm. Need suggestions on what I can do?
Do I need to change the timing belt on my 2001 Acura TL at 100,000 miles?
I have a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am (100,000 miles) with only 2 payments left ($600 total). I now need a repair that will cost $750. The problem is that it is leaking coolant at a gasket at the manifold intake. Is this car worth putting this much money into? There has been nothing needed but routine maintenance up until now. I'm a single mom and son just ...
Hi! I own a 1999 Toyota Camry sedan. It has 88,000 miles on it. As I understand it is recommended that the timing belt be replaced at 90,000, the dealer said that to "save money" I should have the water pump replaced at the same time. Could I wait until perhaps, 100,000 miles to replace the timing belt? Would it matter? Thanks!