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Help What kind of antifreeze do I put in a 2003 Chrysler Sebring the car I bought it used it came with no owners manual

I am in the middle of buying a used car. I have narrowed it down to 2 vehicles. I live in Massachusetts and a trusted dealer has a 2012 Ford Escape Limited with 83,000 miles and a 2009 BMW X5 xdrive30i fully loaded with 96,000 miles. I am wondering what is the better SUV to buy?

I'm looking at buying a used Toyota RAV4 or Honda CRV, 2.4L I4 engine. Probably 2016 or 2017, 2018. The last 2 brand new vehicles I bought were lemons. Ford Escape, major transmission issues and then Chevy Equinox, excessive oil consumption and now needs new engine. I just want a reliable SUV without major issues. Can you give me some advice?

I bought this vehicle last year. It was very well taken care of and I want to keep it that way. At a recent inspection, I was told that I needed the front and rear differential fluid changed and the automatic transmission fluid flushed. I set about to compare prices and actually found that the dealer had the best price for the transmission fluid flush ...

Hi, So we bought a 2016 KIa Sedona in 2017 used that already had about 45k miles on it. Over the years while the car has been fine there have had some interior quality issues that have been annoying. Now we are looking for a new car and my husband is interested in buying another Korean car (New Hyundai Santa Fe) and I think the quality of Korean ...

I went to change the rear spark plugs on a 2001 Pontiac grand Prix 3.8l gt. I used a ratchet strap to support the engine (to gain more access to the back of the engine) as I removed the engine mount brackets. Upon completion, I went to release the ratchet strap & it went completely, allowing the engine to rest on its own with no support. Everything ...


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