Summer’s here and so are air conditioning woes. Usually it’s a failure to cool at all, but this driver is complaining that all the cool air is aimed his passenger.
Remote door locks are pretty much a standard feature these days, but their convenience leaves your car vulnerable to break-ins. Car Doctor John Paul has some security suggestions.
Despite the title of this column every week, the Car Doctor occasionally gets questions of a marine nature.
Especially with older cars featuring high-lift camshafts, braking problems have a lot less to do with the brakes than you’d think.
Our Civic owner has a two-part question, the second half of which transforms the humble Car Doctor into the Brain Doctor.
Ordinarily, the 2001 Acura TL generated 255hp from its 3.2-liter V-6. In our reader’s case, he’s nowhere near that. What’s the problem?
The best way to find out what’s wrong with your car is to diagnose the problem, rather than just throwing random parts at it. Good thing John Paul jumped in before an unnecessary head gasket replacement still didn’t fix the problem.
Usually when someone tells you their car stinks, it’s a reflection on its abilities as a daily driver. This time it’s more literal.
Our reader hits AAA Car Doctor John Paul with a question on the weird brake calipers on a Malibu Hybrid.