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My 2005 Chrysler T&C was at the dealer service center for its last warranty service (at 35,850 miles). At the time, it was recommended that the car get a fuel induction service. I declined the $129.95 service. My car now has over 40,000 miles. With gas prices being so high, I'm wondering if it would be beneficial to have the service done. Is fuel ...
hello, What is the labor rate for auto mechanics in the state of NJ. I had a fuel pump replaced on my car and I feel like I was ripped off. It cost me $963. $600 GM parts $300 labor.
I have a 2001 Mazda 626 with 58000 miles. My primary use is around town driving and I am the original owner - purchased the car in Jan 2002. The dealer states that it's time for a transmission flush and a fuel filter change. I couldn't find either of these procedures in my owner's manual. Do I really need to do these or is the dealer just trying to ...
I had the fuel pump on my 2000 Chevy Suburban replaced. When I got the car back my gas tank was almost empty it had 140 worth of fuel in it. couldn't the mechanic put the fuel back? or did they keep it for themselves?
Do I need to use a fuel cleaner on a regular basis? Why? Or why not?
I have am researching using hydrogen to help with fuel economy and trying to figure out if it really works. The site I have looked at the most is water4gas.com. I am getting 15 mpg on my Tahoe and trying to find something that will improve the mpg. Can you please help? Thank You
Is it important to the life of your fuel pump to keep your fuel tank level at or above 1/4 full? My friend says modern cars have an in-tank fuel pump and gasoline acts as a coolant. Low levels in the tank reduces the cooling effect and the pump wears out quicker. This sounds ridiculous to me, is he correct?

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