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Patty! Glad to see a site that will help in self maint.! I have a 2000 VW TDI and would love to down load a free manual or at least find a place I can get help on changing the oil and filter. This is my first deisel and it makes me nervous!! Thanks, Dbbbie
My 1999 Olds Alero has a \"wrinkly forehead\"...the covering on the top of the dash has come unattached and has shriveled. I have been told the entire dash will need to be replaced at the tune of $500 minimum. Have checked for recalls to no avail. It seems other Alero owners have the same problem. Have you heard of this problem and do you have any advice?
hi im a chevrolet owner in engalnd just purchased this cracking 95 silverado stepside reputed to belong to chuck norris how do i find out ,i also need the paint code for it where should it be regards from england
I just bought a 2005 Buick Rendezvous AWD the back wheels make a whining noise when the steering wheel is turned sharp. Is this a wheel problem or and AWD noise?
I have a 4 cylinder 1999 Toyota Camry and recently had a 60,000 mile service done on it. They replaced 3 belts. I thought all cars now had just the one serpentine belt. What\*s up?
Hi, I am a single gal trying not to get ripped off. I have a 1997 Mercedes C280. My check engine light came on just a few days ago. I took it in to a shop, where they diagnosed it as a camshast position sensor, $209 for the part and $75.60 for the labor. The repairman told me that right now the computer is generating the code (?)instead of the camshast ...
My 1994 3.0 ford taurus (72,000 miles) has developed an intermittent problem with its Automatic Transmission. When in Drive & foot is taken off the brake pedal, it is normal for the car to move forwards before accelerator pedal is pushed down to drive off. Intermittent problem: WHAT SOMETIMES NOW HAPPENS IS WHEN FOOT IS TAKEN OFF BRAKE PEDAL, THE ...

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