A slight oil leak can be maddening to locate. Car Doctor John Paul suggests you can find the problem in the medicine cabinet. Ooookayyy…
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.