I have to add brake fluid sometimes.

my ignition works and my car will start, but my steering wheel just won't unlock.

Both the left and right front hub bearings were replaced/repacked in 2010, a few months apart, and there's approximately 30,000 miles on them. They weren't replaced originally until 86,000 miles. I'm hearing that telltale roaring noise, though. Can this be?

Since I let my 1996 Tracker run out of gas it now skips really bad. It may go 2-3 miles just fine but then starts skipping really bad. Could this be that trash got sucked up in it and what can I do to fix this?

I'm trying to find the location of the DLC that is supposed to be under the hood on the drivers side. it is used to put the pcm into "diagnostic test mode" wherein the MIL (check engine lamp) flashes the diagnostic codes

Do I need to replace or clean the injector?

the tip of the ignition lock cylinder is still in the steering column. do i just drill it out?

ive pulled the vent housing anf it seems to tunnel further towards the front and god knows wher i cnt feel reach or suck it out

change front brakes,rear shoes,master cylinder,rear brake cylinders... it happened know more often

the fusiable link also went out on the junction box

My airbag light keeps coming on every time someone sits in the back seat. Each time this happens, I was told to take it back to the dealer. This is very expensive so I no longer take it to get reset.

Whenever I start my 2005 Sonata, it usually starts but it cranks up very slowly. What could be the problem

to crank have replaces both filters

Where can I ge the part?
If I do the repair myself are there any specialty tools I May Need ?
How do I get to the part to remove and install new?
Can you show me diagrams, video and/or how to pctures?

After replacing pads and rotors had a problem with the right front not releasing. After removing the pads re-cleand the pad carriers and caliber camber the pads a little and now all four brakes are not releasing?????