Well I’m now three for three on cars with annoying and difficult to diagnose a/c problems. If someone here could help me I’d be very grateful.
Whoever made me look at it again is a madman though.
And I thought I had it bad when I woke up to a bit of shit on my hood.
So it looks like my schedule and the weather may actually align this weekend so I’m planning on getting some maintenance and detailing done on the Accord. I’ve seen some people on online forums say that GM Synchromesh is the way to go with Honda MTs rather than the oem Honda fluid. Does anyone here have any prior…
I have no idea if it’s actually in as good of shape as it looks, but LOOK:
Of course the VIN starts with a 1 so it’s not really Japanese, but hopefully it’ll be Japanese enough.
It’s ok, I didn’t want to see my notifications anyway.
Specifically the post refresh first gens from ‘06-’08. The main worry with these from what I can figure out from trawling through forums seems to be the oil consumption issues. However, it seems that those mostly affected the v6s and early v8s, and that the later v8s were mostly spared. Is this mostly accurate or am I…
At least my old man doesn’t just go straight to the Toyota dealer for a Prius.
I’m searching for an E500 Wagon at the moment and it’s brutal. There’s only so many clean ones left, and over the past couple weeks or so, every time I make my mind up to go check one the next weekend, it gets sold the VERY NEXT DAY. This has happened like five times now. I don’t know which one of you is buying every…
This thing is FAR uglier than anything Chris Bangle ever drew. I’ve been trying to decide which is ugliest car on sale today, either the LX570 or the Bentayga. This blows both of them out of the water.
So I’ve been looking for some posters recently and I figured here is as good a place as any to ask for recommendations. I definitely want some cool posters with these three:
Perhaps old Doug really is coming back.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s still hideous, but it’s a more modern hideous than whatever the fuck this is:
So my windscreen wipers developed a strange problem last night. Every few wipe cycles or so, they will pop back up about an inch or so, and sit there regardless of how wet the windscreen gets. I can then reactivate them by pushing down on the stalk (mist), and they then work fine for a few wipes until they pop back up…
I posted earlier asking about possible air in the lines after the brake job I did Saturday, so I figure I should post an update.
I put new rotors and pads on my Jeep this weekend, and while they work way better than the old ones, the pedal does feel a little... strange. The brakes engage very early in the pedal’s travel (way earlier than they used to), but the pedal just feels a little... soft maybe? The brakes bite just fine, but the pedal…
He thinks you’re doing a bad job. Zero stars.