I have a 1999 Subaru Legacy that I still keep running since it’s such a great car, at least for me. Anyway, I’ve noticed the headlights are looking a little foggy so the lights are dimmer than when the car was newer. Actually a little foggy isn’t really accurate since they look really foggy. My mechanic offered to fix them for a price. Is this something I can do myself and if so how?
So, is this car the greatest ever, or simply an ugly brother of the very successful Mercedes Benz CLS?
I have a 2012 Toyota Camry that has about 30,000 miles on it. I've taken good care of the car and haven't had any real problems, until now. The tire pressure warning keeps going off after I drive a few miles. I've checked the tire pressure on all four tires and they're all fine, but the warning always goes off. I'm getting sick of this. I took my car to the mechanic and he says to just ignore the problem. What do you all think?
I just bought a 1947 Chevy Coupe in it's original condition. Would it be more profitable to turn it into a hotrod or to be restored to it's original state?
I drive a Chevrolet Z24 that I take really great care of, so any time anything goes wrong with the car I freak out. I've noticed in the past couple of weeks that my car smells like rotten eggs sometimes. I usually don't have the windows rolled down, but when I do and I put the car into reverse, I get the smell really strong in the interior. What could possibly make my car smell that way?
Just curious to see what other car enthusiasts are doing out there as far as detailing. Do you use a separate was and polish, or do you a product that does both?
I drive a 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. I take it off-roading every two or three weeks and love it. A few weeks ago I noticed that the transfer gears are getting noisy. A friend of mind told me to switch to synthetic oil since it's better for the gears and will take the noise away. Is that true?
I have a Jeep Wrangler that rarely has the doors and roof on it. I park it outside since I put my wife's car and my daily driver in the garage. In the past two years my Wrangler has been broken into multiple times. The last time they were able to start it and drive it a couple of miles away before they ripped out the stereo and a few other things. What's the best way to keep anyone from starting my car up? Do I get an alarm or is there a better way?
I'm having a debate with my brother. I was fixing the brakes on my Jeep Grand Cherokee and he came out when I was finishing up. When I was tightening up the lugnuts after I lowered my vehicle onto the tires again, he said I was making them too tight. I say that you cannot tighten lugnuts too much, but he says you can and it can damage the wheels. Who's right?
We are huge fans of all kinds of cars whether they be high performance supercars, or utility wagons- we love them all. However, there are some designs that have to be considered "ugly" in one way or another. What are the ugliest cars you can think of?