Having car problems?
Need advice about your vehicle? We know that an unexpected auto repair is about as welcome as a snarling dog standing in your path. We can help you tame the beast with answers to your questions and valuable tips & information on getting your car repaired.
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- Ask the Experts – Get individualized advice on your automotive problems
- Get Repair Information – On-line manuals for the Do It Yourselfer
- Find a Repair Shop – or recommend one that you know is good
- Visit our Web Classroom – and learn how your car works
Here Are Some Ways We Help You Deal With Auto Repair Problems
- My car won’t start, what should I do?
Common no-start problems and what to do about them
- There are some fluid leaks under my car.
How can I find out where they are coming from?
- Where to find repair information and manuals for the do-it-yourselfer
On-line do-it-yourself repair information for your car. Where to find Repair manuals
- The CarParts.com Classroom on the Web
We help you understand how your car works
- Does your car do this?
Common symptoms and what to do about them
- How to avoid getting ripped off
Here are some tips to minimize the chances of being overcharged
- Common questions our experts have answered
Additional answers can be found on our Car Repair Forum
- Name That Tune
What those noisy shakes, rattles and rolls in your car really mean
- On Board Diagnostics (OBD)
What It Is and What It Means to You?
- In Tune with Technology
The tune up isn’t what it used to be
Other Sites of Interest to Car Owners
- National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence – an independent, non-profit organization with a single mission: To improve the quality of automotive service and repair through the voluntary testing and certification of automotive technicians.
- Car Care Council Car – Care Council is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to provide information to vehicle owners.
- Taking the Scare Out of Auto Repair – The Federal Trade Commission, the American Automobile Association, and the National Association of Attorneys General present facts for consumers.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Recalls