Sometimes, more often in evening when the outside temp is hot, my car just won't take gas when I try to pull out again. No noise, no reving even when I put the gas pedal to the floor, it will eventually pull out. If I turn the ignition off and back in it goes away for awhile. The tank is full, no warning lights on, temp gauge is fine. I've had to to dealer twice, it didn't happen when they test drove it. Said they couldn't do anything if no warning lights are on to read codes.

we checked the oil but it's not leaking into that area. we put almost a whole gallon of antifreeze in nd traveled about 15 miles nd by that time we checked it nd it was empty. their was hardly any leakage spots on the ground. we bought it 2 months ago and their was only 23,000 miles on it. I know nothing about cars. any idea what it May be?

Left front rim flattened, wheel bearing damaged, upper control arm bent, tire shredded, rear tire damaged. All replaced, balance and alignment done. Road force variation checked on all tires with measurements ranging from 6-23. Still have vibration at highway speeds that is felt more in seat than steering wheel. 2 shops cannot correct. Half shaft not pulled and checked for damage. What could cause the vibration? How can it be diagnosed? PLEASE help!

The warning light is staying on even though the doors are shut (after I accidentally shut the door on the seat belt passenger side). I haven't seen the car in the daytime to see if I damaged the metal on the door sill. What should I look for and what can I check/replace by myself before taking it into the dealer?

My new issue with my car is that I have a factory remote car starter that does not turn on the air when I start it up. I have called the dealership and they no idea what It could be. so my question is, are more people experiencing this or does the air turn on right away when you use the remote car starter? and yes I leave the air on when I turn off my car.