the car runs at the right temp. the only thing i see wrong is that the coolant is going in to my radiator overflow tank and not going anywhere. After a long drive the coolant will spray out of the cap on the overflow tank. i also see that i have small bubbles when the cars warm and on but also after i turned the car off for about 5 mins. i have changed my radiator cap and the thermostat

it will start and no matter if i put on the gas it wont stay running,

When I start my car it seems like it takes a while for the car to turn over (only a few seconds but longer than i am use to), then when it does turn over there is white/blue smoke that only last for about 10 or 15 seconds then after that it runs fine. I should also say that it only happends when the engine is cold. Not sure what to do, just bought it and wondering what i should do. PLEASE help me out!

No warning no rough idle no bucking or hesitation. It will restart when I shift to neutral than it will do it again. The car will run fine for a couple weeks than do it again. What do you think. No codes or service engine light.

I am almost certain that the problem is the clock spring. Horn and cruise control do not work. Horn sounds off when panic button is pushed.

how much approximately to replace this?

I am going on a short trip (about 750 miles) and wouls like to wait 'til I return to have this repaired.

About 2-3 months ago we had an engine coolant flush.

how will i no which one is bad

In the last two months, I've had my tranny pan tightened and I just had the cam shaft sensor replaced, and now my car won't start at all. Any ideas on what the problem could be?

My fuse on my truck pops and I think its from the wiper motor so I want to pull the harness from it and see if it still pops with the motor disconnected from it then i will know that the motor is the problem.

Where is it located and do I have to replace the evaporator?

At dealership how much can I expect to fix this problem? Took car in for inspection at regular shop and they weren't able to diagnose why the light was staying on.

I'm trying to replace the spark plugs on my 1998 Avalon xls V6. After open the hood, I can see the coils and replace spark plugs 2, 4 and 6, but I can't find coil 1, 3 and 5. Are they behaind the engine? Do I need to take off something then I can find them.
Also, what kind of spark plug do I need for my 1998 Avalon? single arm or double arm?


have checked fuses and bulbs all good need to know where to start next