You know how this goes. You pull a thread on your favorite sweater and ten minutes later, you’re freezing cold, standing in a pile of yarn. That sums up my last few days with my 1965 Chevrolet Corvair.
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.
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:
It’s a stretch to make any rock and roll connection with a midsize crossover SUV, but you’re going to have to stick with us for a bit. We’ll get there.
Our reader hits AAA Car Doctor John Paul with a question on the weird brake calipers on a Malibu Hybrid.
If you’ve watched Law and Order long enough, you’ve seen former mayor’s aides turn into murderers and then recycle into prosecutors. When something works you stick with it. It’s the same with cars in a lot of productions. Something is cheap, close, convenient or sentimental, and it makes its way into several movies and TV shows.
In the midst of the fuel crisis, the 1970s game show Let’s Make a Deal was handing out cars by the trailerload. Here’s a look at what was behind doors number 1, 2 and 3.
The all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show to celebrate 100 years of Chevy trucks. It has new powertrains, improved capability, and eight different models designed to suit every truck buyer.
Trucks are big everywhere, but they’re especially big in Texas. It makes sense, then, that Chevrolet chose Texas for its 100 Years of Chevy Trucks celebration. Held at Texas Motor Speedway, the event concluded with the arrival of the next-generation 2019 Chevrolet Silverado.