Our thought is that a masked hoodlum is making off with this Pontiac G6 convertible owner’s precious tire air under cover of darkness, but Car Doctor John Paul has other, more far-fetched theories.
When your Honda Pilot operates via computers, sometimes the old computer tricks work to fix them.
Diagnostic codes from the OBD-II system are a valuable tool for determining what may be wrong with your car, but they’re just a starting point, says AAA’s Car Doctor, John Paul.
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?