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My 2005 Ford (petrol engine) has started burning quite a lot of oil and I can't find an external oil leak. The car has done 100,000 miles and has been serviced regularly. I'm not keen on embarking on expensive...
I bought a 2006 Hyundai Tucson in October 2017. The engine warning light was flashing when I test drove it and I was told that this was the DPF. I was aassured it would be fixed and it was okay when I...
The oil appears to be reading high in my diesel E90 BMW 3 Series, both via the dashboard indicator and also by manually checking (after driving approximately seven miles and leaving five minutes to cool)....
What 54-plate cars are in lowest insurance group?
Do you think the cigarette lighter in my 1994 Chrysler Concorde turns off when I turn off the engine?
With all the publicity about over complex, money pit, unfit for purpose cars - what do you recommend as a low tech alternative? I realise regulations don't permit this for a modern car, but what about...
I just bought a 2005 Honda Accord. I took it into a Honda dealership to check the air con as it wasn't working properly. They told me that the air conditioning condenser radiator needs replacing, which...
I have a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser 2.4 petrol turbo. It has about 80,000 miles on it and is in excellent condition (garaged half of the year). Chrysler recommends a new cambelt at about 100,000 miles, and...
I've noted that to insure my car, which is 10 years old and is worth about £1000, costs the same as insuring a similar size car and engine that costs £12,000. In the event of a write off, I will get back...
When you have an old car, it’s always a problem to decide at what point it no longer worth spending money on. My friend's 2004 Citroen Picasso (in good condition inside and out) needs a new clutch. She...
 

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