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My truck is cutting out. Not all the time, just enough to bother me. I have had the intake gasket, spark plugs, fuel pump, rotor bug, distributor and numerous wires changed. I am thinking a vacuum hose or something else simple but i have no clue where to start.
Michelin Xice2 winter tires is recognized as a top 5 winter tire. However, consumer reports claims that the tire does not fair well on wet or dry ground. What does this mean exactly? Not sure how it's a top 5 tire and not fair well in these areas.
We are having a radiator leak issue. We have replaced the radiator clamp and then the hose itself. However, it is quite strange that the clamp begins to loosen overnight (may be due to the cold). We tighten it every morning and that seems to stop the leak. We continue to check it throughout the day and it is still tight, however, again in the morning it ...
I have a 2001 Toyota Celica GT-S and recently my check engine light lid up. I took it to the shop few days ago and the technician hook up his device to my car and told me that it is probably my catalytic converter that is causing the problem. He told me that the part alone is really expensive. Hence, I told him to turn off the light for now and ill think ...
I have a 2008 Chevy Colorado pickup. The tires have a little over 30,000 miles and I was told I could not have the front end aligned because the tires were not good. I will buy new tires in the spring when the snow tires come off and need advice. I would like some tires with good traction. Any help would be appreciated.
I have an oil leak right head gasket and heat problem actuator door 2001 with 135,000 miles fair good condition should I pay to have it repaired?
My 2001 Lincoln Navigator with 135,000 miles has a oil leak mechanic says (right head gasket) & the heater is not working right and the mechanic says(acuator door) should i pat to have it fixed or get a new vehicle?