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Double check your owner's manual for the towing capacity numbers. Looking at 2009 figures, there's about a 2,900 lb difference in towing capacities between the same...more

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Chevrolet | Towing | Diesel

If the movement was a onetime thing, it may have been a normal occurrence. There's a "hook" type metal lever (parking pawl) which fits into grooves...more

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Chevrolet | Transmission

I see reports on the latest crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The last one I saw, testing small cars, they showed interviews with several automotive manufacturer...more

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Non-Specific Vehicle | Driving

Headlight module (lens) fogging up (milky) on a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser. Tried a buffing compound as apposed to replacing the expensive new lens, but it didn't last...more

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Chrysler | Water Leaks

Slid off the road into a guardrail. The car didn't hit really hard, but it did give me a jolt. The damage was to the right rear and consisted of...more

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Ford | Won't Start | Fuel Pump | Crash Damage

This Safety Recall will include approximately 6,000 Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable models. The problem involves a "retainer clip" which was not properly installed at the factory...more

Repair shop said bring it in and don't drive it. A Toyota dealer said it's not a big deal, probably a computer glitch, so go ahead and drive it and come in next week...more

I didn't really trust him so I declined to have them replaced. The mechanic responded by telling me that it could get dangerous if one breaks. Should I worry...more

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