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Why is the engine in the Opel Insignia giving so much trouble? And reviews don't seem too good on them.
Filed under fault - Asked by Bridie Dollard (Portlaois) - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 11:20
I have a 2002 Toyota Corolla and of late the reception on the radio is very intermittent. I was going to buy a new aerial but I am wondering what would you suggest to improve this?
Filed under fault - Asked by Eamonn McDermott (Limerick) - Sun, 23 Feb 2014 12:49
How much to change a fuel injector on a Ford Mondeo mk 4 1.8 TDCi?
Filed under fault - Asked by Bernard Boylan - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 11:45
Last year my engine blew in my 2002 Volvo S40. I had the engine replaced but since then the car will not start without giving it some throttle, it cuts out at junctions etc. and is not idling correctly. I have twice replaced the camshaft sensor, but again the camshaft fault will appear after another number of weeks. Having the faults removed will ensure smooth running for a number of weeks before reverting to the same issues. What do you think the issue could be?
Filed under fault - Asked by Derry Mc Carthy (Killarney) - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 14:46
I have a 1996 Toyota Carina 1.6 and the floors are all wet after rain. What is the problem?
Filed under fault - Asked by Gemma Quinn - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 18:59
My Toyota Corolla broke down on the M8 while driving to Dublin. Had the car for seven years no problem. It gave a clicking sound a few times and then suddenly started slowing down. I stopped by the hard shoulder and opened the bonnet to see smoke coming out of the engine. I got the oil indicator and thought it needs oil. I topped it up, but now the car won't start. I called breakdown assist who took me to the nearest garage. It just doesn't start now. What is wrong with my car?
Filed under fault - Asked by Dwtdil D (Cork) - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 22:43
Battery went dead on my Open Insignia and I cannot open the boot manually. Is there a setting or fuse that might be the problem? The key fob only does the central locking...
Filed under fault - Asked by Paul Obrien (Kilkenny) - Sun, 07 Jun 2015 18:56
Was there an issue with the timing chain in the Mazda CX-7? I have heard conflicting reports.
Filed under fault - Asked by John Cloonan (Athlone) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:37
My car is a Rover 75. Why does it overheat?
Filed under fault - Asked by Solomon Kingz (Abuja Nigeria) - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 17:30
My 2008 Toyota Avensis diesel has just 75,000 miles on the clock, is fully serviced and running well until a week ago. It now will not start and my mechanic cannot get into the diagnostics to find fault.
Filed under fault - Asked by Joseph Mcgowan (Donegal) - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 14:12