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My mechanic recently told me I needed to get the timing belt on my vehicle replaced (along with the water pump) because my 1995 Honda Accord EX has 215,000 miles on it. I have had the car for a year and the previous owners don
My 2004 Honda Civic LX overheats at high speeds. I have replaced the thermostat twice and the shop says that the radiator is fine as well as the water pump. They cannot figure it out. It only happens at high speeds after driving for about 45 minutes. It will fluctuate between hot and cold and then will finally stay hot and I have to slow down or pull ...
I want to let you know that you helped me last week with my blend door problem and I can manually close it so I can get heat. A day or two after doing that I am having a new problem. I am using the air conditioner and now when I make a left hand turn water starts leaking out on the floorboard on the passenger side. I asked a friend and they think it might ...
My son recently drove his 1995 900s Saab into 2 feet of water it was removed rather quickly but did not start. The next day we tried again and it did start and ran for quite a while but then died. What is the potential damage to the vehicle and is it worth trying to keep?
How do I change the water pump?
My car was flooded on Tuesday. Is it salvageable? Or should I try to get my insurance to total it out? The water level was up to the dash, it was on an incline and the most of the engine was submerged for almost 24 hours, fresh water.
I've read a lot about "water for gas" on the net but have not located any "reliable" sources as to the veracity of this system. Does it work?