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Monthly Archives: April 2017
I’m a bigger fan of older car designs than the current ones a lot of the time. Sometimes it’s just the smallest design point that makes a big difference in the feeling of the whole design.
Sometimes it seems like the last person to do an oil change must have used their full weight on a breaker bar to tighten the drain plug.
After many faithful years of service to my family, our 2003 Honda Accord has been decommissioned.
If you just replaced the wrong part, broke something, or damaged a car, this one’s for you.
A pretty new car came into the shop with a really bad constant high-pitched squealing noise that happened whenever it moved. With low miles, it’d be unlikely that the brakes had worn all the way down to reach metal-on-metal contact, … Continue reading
For a while I’ve noticed my trunk getting a little damp when it rains. I always just kept items away from the spots that I saw get wet, but recently I took a look in the spare tire well.
A Honda CR-V was towed into the shop because it wasn’t responding to the gas pedal and could only be driven around at idle.