I'm considering replacing the r/h front wing on my 80. It's the only part with rust breaking through and also has a nasty dent that stops me refitting the indicator moulding.. Could anyone point me to information about removing/refitting a wing read more...In article: 1993 Audi 80 front wing removal
Hi all, I've got a bone stock 67 Camaro that I restored a few years back that has a column shift Powerglide tranny. Rear gear is a 2.73 posi, rebuilt 327/4bbl, stock block/heads with the Duntov cam. It's just a driver, not a race car by any stretch and it runs great once you get read more...In article: Powerglide to TH350 swap in 67 Camaro
I have a 2002 Winnebago Adventurer 35U motorhome on a 2002 Ford F-Superduty Class A motorhome chassis(F53). The parking brake has gradually gotten to the point where it has to be pushed to its extreme for it to hold. Can anyone explain how to adjust it(or is it a complex task which may be read more...In article: Parking Brake Adjustment
Hi Everyone. My Honda 2003 Honda Accord Coupe 4 cyl is giving me the P2227 code for the Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance, I am not sure exactly what is wrong. I have been driving it like this now for 2 weeks, it drives fine and I have not noticed any issues with the read more...In article: Honda Accord 03 Coupe / 2.4L - P2227 Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance ? No sure what is wrong.?
I just bought a second hand Santa Fe from an individual. The day we bought it was rainy, and we didn't notice a LOT of the paint damage. It really looks bad, as the clear coat is peeling off and the paint is fading. More afraid of rust on the faded places than the looks. It also had a dent on the passenger side read more...In article: How much to paint a Santa Fe? clear coat peeled off and paint is fading.
I think I've asked this question before; but what exactly are the POWER DRIVE and WINTER DRIVE switches for in this vehicle. What exactly do they do in terms of transmission operation? Also, in my 1995 Passport, the WINTER DRIVE switch works intermittently and read more...In article: Honda Passport - "Power" and "Winter" drive switches
I recently purchased a Jag XJ40, 4-litre auto (1991). I didn't notice any problems on the first day I got it, but twice today I've had a problem where I start the car up and it ticks over fine (though the car does judder a bit more than I would expect - timing out perhaps, or maybe sparks need read more...In article: XJ40 stalling
What would cause rear wheel(s) on an 2004 Kia Sedona to lock-up when parked? The rear wheels (or at least most definitely the driver's side rear wheel) on our 2004 Kia Sedona seem to be locked-up. When either in drive or reverse, the front wheels move the vehicle, but the rear read more...In article: Rear wheel(s) on an 2004 Kia Sedona locked-up when parked
Hey, I've just recently changed the front and rear pads on my 2000 GS400, and I bled the braking system(I've done other Toyota cars in the past with no trouble); used Toyota pads and brake fluid; started at the right rear wheel, then Left rear, then the front. PROBLEM is, I got into a hurry and read more...In article: GS400 Brake bleeding HELP!!
I have a 2005 Mini Cooper Convertible. Top was down. When the top was raised, it stopped after pushing the roof frame forward to the windshield frame. Then it stopped, and the red light started flashing rapidly. That was repeated again a day later. read more...In article: 2005 Mini Cooper Convertible Top won't close
2000 Mitsubishi Galant ES V6 (3.0L) As I was driving today the air-conditioning stopped working, and when I glanced over to the fan-control knob/air-con switch, I noticed that the green LED indicator was blinking instead of being solid. Having never read more...In article: Air-conditioner light blinking: "compressor problem" according to manual
Since I am so not technically sure and don't wanna insist about exact weigh t limitations, I am asking "appropximation question" without specifying wei ght exact figures/capacities. These "tiny houses" are a new fad that I've b read more...In article: Feasibility Of Frontier Pulling "Tiny House" Trailer?
Got a '99 Camry (70k miles, bought used), mostly used for flat city driving, usually 5 to 10 miles each way - wife uses it to run errands to the store, library, etc. Given the sludge history of this kind of car, and our usage, what's the oil change interval? 3k? 4k? 5k miles? read more...In article: 99 camry, recommended oil change interval?
Would anyone that's actually owned both a Toyota vehicle and a Volvo care to comment on the quality of each? Consumer Reports and other publications usually put Toyota at the top, and my personal experience is that is very much warranted. But many Volvo owners swear that their read more...In article: Volvo vs. Toyota Quality
This is the second time my '96 Golf's emblem has been stolen. I was surprised when the guy at my local VW dealer informed me that this is very common. He claims he has at least 3 VW owners a week ordering a new emblem. He thinks it has something to do with people wanting to read more...In article: Why do thieves like to steal the VW emblem?
Anyone have a 'handle' on converting the AC compressor oil in a 90 Miata from R12 compatible to R134a, etc. Any hidden items/issues I should be aware of, etc. Whats been your experience in AC efficiency after conversion to R134a, etc.? Thanx read more...In article: R12 to R134a conversion in MX5 Miata
What is the difference between the SL500 and the SL500R ? Please read more...In article: What is the difference between the SL500 and the SL500R ?
Either I or the previous owner has done a stoopid thing, but the timing on my project's engine is lost. This is a normally aspirated Transit engine from the late eighties. I can find the locking holes easily enough in the camshaft pulley and the fuel pump pulley, but there seem to be 4 different ones in the read more...In article: Transit 2.5 diesel timing - from scratch!
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author: Matt posted 02-15-2015I have a 1955 chevy truck second series that has a poor condition hood. I can get my hands on a 1957 chevy truck hood at a good price. The seller says it will fit no problem. Does anyone know if it w... read more »
author: MummyChunk posted 03-15-2017> Using the Hybrid tech of the new Acura NSX - here comes your 2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid > > From AB > > > > If you like the hybrid tech of the Acura NSX, but don't need a six-figure, 19... read more »
author: Jamie Round posted 05-20-2017GOT A CHANCE TO BUY A REALLY DIRT CHEAP 03 S 10 CREW CAB.... BUT THE MOTOR KNOCKS REALLY BAD so bad it cant be driven....... both have the 4.3 engines.... the 03 knocks badly & the 01 4.3 engi... read more »
author: georgewbell posted 03-30-2017My daughter's 2001 Seicento behaved itself for a few weeks after purchase d uring which time I used it as she has a bus pass still. I had a problem ge tting the key out of the petrol filler cap so... read more »
author: tony dahl posted 05-12-2017intermitantly while driving the rpm's go really high like the throttle is stuck open. then will go down. will go to 4000-5000 rpms read more »
author: Sandyb posted 01-23-2017Do I need to replace a motor back there ? read more »
author: Warren Stott posted 05-18-2017I have a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 2D 2WD withe a check engine code indicating the wheel speed sensor error. The cruise control does not engage though the on-dash indicator goes and off properly. If t... read more »
author: andrew sievers posted 10-18-2016The lights flickered and now my windows, wipers, blinkers and heater fan don't work. What could the problem be? I've checked all relays and fuses, changed ECM. Help! read more »
author: Robert Cohen posted 01-14-2017There is a brand, SLIME, which my W-Mart probably carries, though it seems to be out, of course, because it's probably mostly what people need/buy. The good people that stock and order should reali... read more »
author: pbx5619 posted 10-14-2016ATF inside too, then torque convertor can't work, only lock up clutch can. Users better tie this dipstick to something firm, or replace dipstick with e.g. a ( lighter ) plastic plug. read more »
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author: MummyChunk posted 03-15-2017> Well many have asked for it and now it seems that Peugeot is listening and will give us a wider body on the 208 > > From CS > > > > This very early next generation Peugeot 208 tes... read more »
author: Alan posted 02-12-2017Wonder if you can help please. The counterweight ring on the viscous coupling has come loose - clearly this was 'stuck' in place at manufacture. What can I use to stick back in position please? it fi... read more »