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Hi, I\*m a stay at home mom and my husband is an art teacher. We have never purchased a new car. Both of our cars are 10 years old and we are anticipating having to buy a new car soon to accommodate a new addition to the family. My husband drives a 1998 Nisson Sentra. Currently, I am driving a two door 1999 Honda civic. I love the car but hate ...
My mother has 1999 Lincoln Town Car. I was driving it and noticed that when coming to a stop the breaks kick back slightly and produce a low rumbling sound. We had her mechanic check. He changed a sensor for the brakes and this did not fix the problem. He could find no problem with the brakes themselves. The problem never occurs at high speeds when braking, ...
I need a car for just local commute, nothing for a long haul. Is $850 a good deal for a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am SE with 175,000 miles on it? They say it runs great, new breaks and new starter. It
I just had my brakes changed on a 2005 eclipse Mitsubishi but they still squeak. I returned to the mechanic and he said that breaks were okay. What else could be causing the squeak?
My car sucks and is at the end of its long but troubled existence. How hard is it to donate a car to a charity? Do you really get any worthwhile tax breaks for doing it or is it just a scam?
Why are all eco-friendly cars hatchbacks, whether it be the Toyota Prius, Chevy Volt, Tesla Model S? What is wrong with a regular trunk separate from the cabin? It is less secure if someone breaks a window, it creates more volume for climate control since you have to cool/heat the trunk too, it does provide any additional seating because you have converted ...
I have a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire with 114,000 miles on it. I realize this is good, and want to keep it for as long as I can as it is really good on gas mileage and decent overall. The problem is it has cost me so much money to repair. I got it in 2004 and had no problems til 2007. Since then I have spent $2200 on breaks, $1500 to replace the engine, $700 for ...

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