Is it wrong that I am strangely endeared by this monstrosity?
Long story short, my car lost a lot of oil. The leak is plugged. I have half a quart in the trunk, but it’s lost probably over a quart. The oil light never turned on. I have to get it 2 miles home. Is it better to keep the revs down and go slow, or go a bit quicker and get the revs a bit higher? Should I shut off all…
I was looking on AutoTrader for Mazdaspeed 6s, and I cam across this one:
Today, I noticed that when starting my car, a 2005 Mazda 6 V6, the check engine light briefly flashes. It’s never done this before.
As some of you may know, MotoSnoop is a free VIN-checking service. Until recently, inputting a VIN would yield a full vehicle history report, akin to CarFax. Now, however, you get some basic information and this message:
I was pulling into a parking spot next to a Ford Fusion at my local Waffle House this morning, when, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted something weird on the Fusion. I parked the car, got out, and walked around behind the Ford, and sure enough, my eyes hadn’t deceived me- there was a badge on the back that said…
BUT I PUT IN ANOTHER 4 GRAND IN MODS SO NOW ITS WORTH 11K THOUSNAD GRAND DOLLAS BRUH!!!!1!1!!!!1!
Clickbait. It’s the fuel that powers massive corporate giants like Gawker Media and Huffington Post. It’s an evolution of the old supermarket tabloid shock headline.
So my car has a headlight out. I pulled up the service manual, and I see:
This may be a dead horse, but what battery brands are best? As you can see from the title photo, my Duralast Gold is halfway through its second clamp (which I just replaced a month ago.) I’m very disappointed that this thing is leaking so much, as its really not that old.
I really, really want this. I bet it’s an easy fix. If it is, I could make a huge profit.
I was fixing to buy this little kiddie 4-wheeler, when I noticed something off.
Yep, that’s right. For his Fiero, this person will take $4,000 or a trade. A trade for what? Well, the seller has a long list, including: