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My car has been left idle for a weeks in my garden (on a slope). I went to take it out the other day and it wouldn't move. Reverse gear will engage but the rear passenger side wheel won't budge. Any idea what could be wrong and how to fix it? Thanks.
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Emma Synnott (Dublin) - Wed, 21 Jul 2010 23:14
What are the best online motor factor suppliers?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by P Bruton (Killarney) - Mon, 19 Jul 2010 12:57
I have an 2008 Volkswagen Passat 1.4 TSi petrol that I find excellent. Is there any indication from VW about turbo petrol engines in the new Passat due at the end of year?
More generally do you think turbo petrols will be a growth area?
I think they are excellent alternative to diesel which a lot of people are buying on dealers recommendation without being fully convinced of, with regard to smooth power delivery?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Ger Brennan (Dundalk) - Thu, 13 May 2010 22:56