Depending on temperature, insect infestation or disease, a pine tree can generate excess sap that makes a mess of your car’s finish. Here’s how to tackle it.
Carl Sagan said “There are naive questions, tedious questions, ill-phrased questions, questions put after inadequate self-criticism. But every question is a cry to understand the world. There is no such thing as a dumb question.” John Paul’s correspondent this week has a cry to understand just why his windshield looks like it was smeared with […]
Considering that a modern battery runs about $150, and a cable costs about $12, replacing a battery and/or a starter before testing the battery cables can be a costly lesson in diagnostics.
If your engine’s running rough, you may have an issue with carbon buildup. Car Doctor John Paul has a few answers before you go spending big money.
Black plastic trim eventually fades to a chalky gray in a few years. Car Doctor John Paul has a few conventional, and less conventional, methods of getting it back to black.
Car radio theft used to be a big deal. We’re not sure who last stole a Honda radio, though. Nevertheless, Honda and Acura protect their radios with security systems, and they require codes to unlock if you’ve lost power to the battery.
Poor performance in a Ford Explorer can be mechanical, but it can also be electronic. John Paul provides some answers.
If you think ants can spoil a picnic, wait until they’re crawling up your legs in traffic. The Car Doctor has some solutions for this Chevy Cruze owner.
Braking issues can make or brake (HA see what we did there) a fishing trip. Car Doctor John Paul investigates.