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I had rear drum brakes replaced,new hardware,shoes,drums and wheel bearings now the E-brake won
What would a used vehicle with 70,000 mile possibly need? I was told to ask if the timing belt had been changed before buying the car because this is very costly? Should I repair the car's cylinder head? cost $2000. The car has 250,000 miles and my daughter 20 year old loves driving this car. I have spent 2500 for a new tires,thermostat,fan clutch,wheel ...
My car is making a noise while when I drive - not in idle. It is not high pitched. One repair shop said it was probably wheel bearings - does this sound logical?
I have a low growling type of noise while driving my 2002 Trail Blazer. The noise is not constant and seems to change on left hand turns and my ABS light came on. When I asked around, I was told that it may be a wheel bearing. With 107,000 miles on the truck is this normal and should I it? There are two wheel bearings, right? Should I replace both of ...
Hi, I need advice and intelligent options. I have a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000 GT (V6 3.0L 2972cc 181CID FI GAS N B). Since I first got her back in 2003, she has only broken down twice. The first time was in May of 2007. It was the transmission and that was five years ago. I had the entire tranny rebuilt at a place called Daffy Daves in Key West. While she was ...
why does my dodge dakota whine as i drive down the road? i already changed the wheel bearings
I was told by a mechanic that my front wheel bearings of my Chevrolet Impala are going. Would it be possible to make a road trip of 200 miles without getting them fixed. The car does slow down when I make turns such as ramps and hard corners.