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2004 Chevy Cavalier 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 86,000 miles. My 2004 Chevy Cavalier will shut off for no reason while driving. I will be driving and then the car will stall out as I slow down or it will eventually stop. If I shut the car off and turn it back on it starts up just fine and I can drive away just fine, and other times it can happen again ...
I've a ten year old Dodge Caravan that has been virtually maintenance-free except routine replacements (it's at 175,000 miles). This vehicle has excellent traction and got me through a horrendous drive up I-80 when most vehicles couldn't make it. I'm looking at replacing my "friend" and have a modest budget. I like the space but wonder if better ...
I have a 2011 Ford Fiesta in snowy Pennsylvania. The car is a front wheel drive. Can I get by with only 2 snow tires in the front?
If I am stuck in the snow, do the wheels on my 2005 Honda Accord Front Wheel Drive spin both at the same time
I replaced the driveaxel and (everything worked fine previous to this but it did sit for a little over 6 months) I filled the transmission fluid to the proper level and everything I was supposed to do and when I took it for a test drive it catches all gears but the timeing is off like I said it switches gears just not at the right time ...it's a 96 honda ...
I've heard that the American Tire Manufacturers Association, recommending that new tires always be placed on the rear wheels of a car, even a front wheel drive Minivan with ABS, is indemnifying drivers for front end skidding accidents that their recommendations precipitated immediately after the tire install over the customers objections. Is this true? I ...

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