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I have a 2005 Chevolet Impala and I just had to take it to the dealer to get it reprogrammed and now it won't shift out of 2nd gear unless it's freezing cold or have not been cranked for a week or two, and every light stays on on my dash. what could be the reason it's not shifting out
About a week ago my 2003 Chrysler Sebring started pouring out coolant, when stopped or when idling. My ex-husband put some sealant stuff for radiators into the reservoir and the leak is a lot slower now. With plenty of coolant in it, now it is overheating and my heater is blowing cold air. Everyone is telling me it is more likely my thermostat, is this a ...
I have a Chevy Cavalier 2003 and there was a point in time I believe when my AC wasn't working at all. I eventually learned that all I needed to do was change a relay under the hood and it started working. When I say working I mean that the fans were turning again. Before that, I could feel cold air blowing out but only if I was driving fast on the highway. ...

I put in two aftermarket thermostats, and one Honda thermostat, but visage keeps going. The heater core is ok. Unfortunately, It's gotten too cold and I have no heat.

It's a great car in summer but I need my heat in winter.

I have a Mercury Sable and the it is an LS. When I start the car up on cold day, the car will die while heating up and backing up. This has been happening every day since September

I have a neon and it over heats In the summer but runs good in the winter or cooler months and the heat is cold

I have an 05 Subaru Forester AWD. I checked the tranny fluid level per owners manual. It states at cold temp it should register between the L and F on the cold side on dipstick. It was below the L so I added enough to bring it up. Then I drove the car until it was hot, and checked it again at hot temp. The manual says it should register around the F on the ...

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