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Trying to pass smog test & the guy there said I needed to put about 150 miles on it, which I have, but a guy at AutoZone checked it and the same 4 sensors are not working right.

My son entered the security code more than four times! Can I fix this with my vin number, instead of taking car to dealer?

After reaching about 50 miles per hour the speedometer bounces around. We were told by one person that it was a speedometer cable but then someone else said it was a sensor in the transmission. I'd like to know what is causing this.

Suddenly the heater/AC blower fan is stuck on high. I can press the down arrows to lower the fan, the controls indicate that the fan is being lowered, but the fan stays stuck on high. FAN won't even turn off when I push the OFF button.

I have asked around and I think I am getting taken by my mechanic...1100.00 to replace the distributor....??? That is labor included and I live in Missouri...What do you think?

The car won't turn on unless I put power from the battery to the starter solenoid.

I just had the oil changed and new fuel filter but the problem is still happening

also replaced the tensioner

white smoke, sweet smell coming from the car, added coolent then coolant is gone, overhearting

The tranny has been serviced and fluid changed. At times it shifts normal, but ither times it is late shifting, hard shifting or feels like I am "towing" something.

A/C not blowing cold air, was told could be caused by a blown fuse.

battery light came on, car abruptly stopped

My gauges on the dash broad are broken. Please email me back at

The car has 60,000 miles but there's no mention of the timing belt in the owner's manual.

The gasket is completely eroded and it let water all into my passenger side last week. The OEM part is less than 40 dollars but I'm wondering what the dealer should charge for the labor of removing the old gasket that has melted onto the car so I can decide if I should just do it myself.