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Nov
16
reviewed Close Why my car is using too much gas?
Nov
14
comment Brakes slide when pressing on them
What do you mean by 'they slide'? Does the car still slow down? Do the tyres slide on the road?
Nov
14
answered Something stuck inside the spark plug barrel of motorcycle
Nov
13
revised Does my Vauxhall Meriva need XL tyres?
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Nov
13
comment Difference between high octane and low octane?
@sharptooth's answer is arguably more accurate and useful than that linked page, Juann. It has some rather dubious info.
Nov
13
revised Does my Vauxhall Meriva need XL tyres?
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Nov
13
answered Does my Vauxhall Meriva need XL tyres?
Nov
12
reviewed No Action Needed Winter Tire Downsize
Nov
12
reviewed Reviewed How do I mix up my own windshield washing liquid for low temperatures?
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed toyota matrix horn not working
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed GSXR 1000 K5 turns off on hot days
Nov
10
reviewed No Action Needed Where is the coolant fan relay on a 2001 Monte Carlo SS
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed What's the point of the D3 gear in an automatic transmission?
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed Is it normal for stop distance to be long on brand new brake pads?
Nov
10
comment Is it normal for stop distance to be long on brand new brake pads?
Hi Ron, Welcome to the site. Your post doesn't really provide any new information. Please have a read of Paulster2's answer, and our How to Answer page for guidance.
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed What's the point of the D3 gear in an automatic transmission?
Nov
10
reviewed Looks OK How to replace the ignition switch in a 1988 Ford Econovan maxi?
Nov
10
comment Why are American cars less efficient compared to european European/Japan cars
albanx - Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Chat is the place for this. Also, I am Scottish, living in Scotland - so I'm guessing that counts as 'response from European'
Nov
7
comment Why are American cars less efficient compared to european European/Japan cars
albanx - no. Some Ferraris do have large engines, but this is irrelevant. I already described the land space. The usage is provably incorrect.
Nov
7
comment Why are American cars less efficient compared to european European/Japan cars
I was one of the downvoters. My reasons are twofold: this is a simple rehash of a question that was closed by the community, and you are still comparing apples to oranges. It reads like you are trying to shoehorn something in where it may not be valid any more. Certainly Chevrolet now use Daewoo/Opel engines, Ford develop globally, etc.