Nothing fills a car owner with greater dread than a noisy valvetrain, and the dollar signs required to fix it. AAA’s John Paul provides some solutions.
This week, AAA Car Doctor John Paul fields a question about a timing belt that failed just months after replacement. Who’s at fault, the car owner or the shop?
CD players are becoming an endangered species in new cars, but in cars from the 2000s, CD players were the primary source of music. What happens whens yours eventually goes on the fritz? AAA’s Car Doctor John Paul has a solution.
State safety inspections require that your reverse lights come on when you shift into reverse. This 2006 Toyota Tacoma owner’s stopped working, and the proposed solution involved a lot more than he bargained for.
If you were in a Hollywood action movie and your 2013 Nissan Titan started ticking, you’d roll out the door and let it crash off a bridge. Car Doctor John Paul has a better solution.
Are the power windows acting up in your Toyota after a dead battery? AAA’s John Paul has a quick and easy solution.
The sad truth about mechanical devices is that sometimes you get a bad one. But sometimes they last 240,000 miles and John Paul has to be diplomatic.
Sometimes somebody asks if it’s ok to continue driving a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix that’s been rolled four times. Today is that day.
Oldsmobile had hopes that the Aurora was going to kick off a whole luxury brand, like Lexus, to the point that the early cars didn’t even have an “Oldsmobile” badge anywhere. Figuring out how to work on them now might be a challenge, but John Paul has this reader covered.