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Just had 2002 Jetta 60K mile serviced and upon driving it away the brakes stopping at 30-40 MPH feel like a washboard. They did no brake repair!. Any idea?
My brakes seem overly sensitive. They almost lock up, and the tires seem to skid one or two feet before stopping the vehicle.
I thought it was from sand on the road, but there was no sand the second time it happened.
I need to know what is wrong with my car. I have been to 3 places and they do not know their info. I had my axles and serpetine belt changed and right after that my car will jump forward after stopping and rattles. What did they do to my car?
My windshield wipers are stopping in a up position when turned off. One wiper I feel needs tightening due to it going completely off the windshield when turned on..please help!
We put a new rack & pinion in a mercury tracer 1999 and while the car was jacked up. We started the ignition and the steering wheel went wild not stopping nor could I stop it, until the ignition was turned off. What would cause this?
During extreme cold or heat my car often makes a humming noise while I'm slowing or stopping. Sometimes it shuts off but when I'm able to and hit the gas the humming quits and the car continues to run fine. It never happens when I'm accelerating only when I'm rolling to a stop. I wonder if it is fuel related just because it always stops when I push on the ...
My car makes a static or hissing sound (like radio left on no station) inside the cabin but coming from the engine area. When I shut the car off you can hear the noise slowly stopping.......almost like a releasing pressure sound. About 6-8 seconds after the car is off, the hissing fades out. Could this be an AC problem?