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I have a 1997 MG MGF 1.8 VVC, 30,000 miles. It's extremely difficult to get it into gear. In retrospect, I think the gears have been getting stiffer for some time. There's no problem when the engine isn't...
I own a 1998 Audi A4. The pipe from the brake fluid reservoir to clutch is split and the local garage unable source new pipe because the part has not been available since 2016. Do you know where such a...
I own a 1991 Volkswagen Golf Driver Mk2 1.8. It's done 73,000 miles and has had one previous owner. I've spent £2000. Do you have any idea of what it's worth?
I've been trying to sell my Mazda MX3 for two months. What's the best way of selling a used car with moderate mileage (92,345) compared to its age (1997)?
On the review of the Volkswagen Polo MkII, it says that the car has a '9 point death rate'. Would you be able to explain what this means and, if possible, where I can found out more about the safety of...
We have a J registration Metro in our garage at home. It has about 20,000 miles on the clock, but hasn't been moved for eight years. Would an enthusiasts club would be interested in it?
My 1991 Peugeot 405 has recently been displaying the STOP and warning lights intermittently on the dashboard. This only happens after I do long distance driving, but have to slow down e.g. a slower car...
Is the Saab 9-3 a future classic?
Nearside indicator isn't working on my 1996 Audi A4. The hazard lights are okay. I've changed the hazard relay switch but the nearside indicator still isn't working.
I have a Q registration kit car which was last taxed and insured in 1990. Since then the vehicle has been in my garage. I have never declared SORN for the vehicle since at the time there was no requirement...
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