AAA Car Doctor John Paul references his own legendary frugality in this response to a Hyundai Santa Fe owner. We’re pretty sure he still hasn’t spent his communion money.
There are a lot of times when you should just leave well enough alone. This sounds like one of them to AAA Car Doctor John Paul:
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.
This week, Car Doctor John Paul fields a question about a Service Engine light illuminated on the dash of a Toyota Camry from the Clinton Era:
Now that most of the country is in the depths of winter, heat issues are a constant question for AAA’s Car Doctor, John Paul. Sometimes heat problems can be expensive to fix. This one’s cheap and easy:
Engine misfires are frustratingly intermittent, and difficult to diagnose. AAA Car Doctor John Paul says that with a little bit of smoke, a mechanic might be able to diagnose the problem.
Car Doctor John Paul is full of advice this week, including diagnosing a rough idle and multiple ways a plunger can fix your car.
Well, Car Doctor John Paul is back at it. Over the last few weeks, he’s diagnosed problems with a leaf blower, an old garden hose and even foot powder. This time he’s going under the kitchen sink. We’re betting next week he comes back with a plunger.