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
Any information provided on this Website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace consultation with a professional mechanic.