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I love my 2007 Accord except for a intermittent situation which is only noticeable at night, not when my dealership is open. The running lights and bright lights work fine, but sometimes at night when I turn on the low lights, the icon on the dash comes on, and the lows shine, but they do not light up the road (not even the white center stripe shows up). ...
I am looking for an SUV that will accommodate two specific situations for my husband who is in a wheelchair. First, the rear storage should be at least 36" high in order to store his wheelchair in an upright position. Second, the vehicle should be lower than most SUV*s, as low as possible, for ease of transferring my husband from the wheelchair into the ...
I am looking to buy a new entry level compact car. I am considering a Toyota Corolla, a Honda Civic, a Mazda3 or a VW Jetta. Which of these is the best choice considering I need an inexpensive car that is reliable, easy to repair/order parts for, and can do a lot of mileage on as little gas as possible?
I'm planning to trade by '2005 subaru w/70,000 miles (no car loan on this vehicle) for a '2007 GMC Acadia. Should I trade my subaru now w/70,000 or drive her till it reaches 100,000 miles and hold off on possibly having a high car loan note?
I had a muffler put on my 88 toyota crx.It killed my gas mileage(drastically).it\'s been rechecked for improper pipes and parts...none were found. All sizes correct. In lew of taking it back off...what can I do?
My 2001 Pontiac Bonneville that I bought used when it was less than 1 year old and that is still covered by the extended warranty has been in the shop more than it's out. I'm convinced it's not the car (for verifiable reasons too long to list here) but the mechanics at the dealership. When my boyfriend gets involved, problems are solved. When I try to deal ...
I have a 2000 Honda Accord with 138,000 miles on it. It's going strong, but I wonder, with its age, should I replace things ahead of time to prevent breakdown? Like a water pump, or fuel filter. I know it needs a timing belt after 100,000 miles. Anything else other than regular things like tires?

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