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There's a beeping sound while driving my Dacia that sounds randomly for a few seconds. What can it be?
Filed under fault - Asked by Martin Radford (Westbourne, Emsworth.) - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 21:23
My Dacia Sandero Stepway will sometimes make a beeping sound whilst driving but nothing comes up on the dashboard.
Filed under fault - Asked by Deborah Taylor (Wrexham) - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 17:33
I have a 2015 Audi Q3 and it does not want to turn on the engine. It's as if the security system has activated a short current for the engine as everything else turns on. How can I correct this?
Filed under fault - Asked by Jose A Flores (Puerto Rico) - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 03:41
I am referring to a question sent in by Ken Maher (Ballyger, Co.Galway) on 16 March 2014. He asked about a 2004 VW Transporter that had a vibration at about 2,000rpm when under power/load. I am experiencing the exact same problem with my 2007 Transporter T5. Was there ever a reason other than the CV joints?
Filed under fault - Asked by Derek Wormald (Queenstown) - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 17:13
I have a 2011 SEAT Leon Ecomotive SE 1.6 diesel and the stop-start system is not working. It seems to have decided to stop working and when I try to use it the message on my dashboard is 'start/stop is not possible.' I have checked the tyres and the pressure and they seem to be within spec. Can you advise what I need to do to get it back working?
Filed under fault - Asked by Anne Marie Connolly (Mullingar) - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 16:06
Done the pedal test on my dad's 2001 Opel Astra (it was running slow and drinking petrol) and got the codes p1122, p1120 and p1155; we were told these are to do with the car's computer and will cost in the region of €1,000 to replace the computer and reprogram. Is this correct or is it easily fixed?
Filed under fault - Asked by Maebh Bushe (Dublin) - Mon, 18 Mar 2013 00:19
Why does my engine warning light come back on after I got the two lambda sensors changed, which it said was the problem? My car is a 2003 Volkswagen Polo.
Filed under fault - Asked by Danielle Carey (Delvin) - Tue, 05 Feb 2013 21:02
Why won't the rear window on my Land Rover Freelander stay closed?
Filed under fault - Asked by Mark Kavanagh (Dublin) - Tue, 12 Feb 2013 22:58
I have a Dacia Sandero Ambiance 1.2 not done 19,000 miles yet. But have lost power steering. The car is three years and two months old. Any idea what the problem could be?
Filed under fault - Asked by Matthew Green (Galashiels ) - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:11
I drive a 2007 Skoda Octavia Ambient 1.4. I am having problems with wet inside the front and rear windscreens, yet the car does not seem damp. Also, the rear wiper stops and starts as it sees fit. What would you suggest?
Filed under fault - Asked by Eoin Ryan (Waterford) - Wed, 20 Feb 2013 22:23