Craig's F-150 refuses to believe that its 02 sensor has been replaced. What gives?
Rolf wants to know if putting his automatic into reverse immediately after starting will shorten its life.
Jon's Ford Fairmont gained some uncool pep when he turned on the a/c.
These stamps might never be canceled by a U.S. postal worker, but the featured cars should've been canceled by their manufacturers
Virginia's cross-country trip convinced her that freeways are a moving mosh pit. What's the best way to stay safe on the highway?
Ellen's new alternator left her stranded 90 miles away from the shop. The mechanic wants it back before he'll refund her money. Is this common?
Mike and Marcia want to know how much of the new safety gadgetry is actually useful, and how much just pads the bottom line?
Winter is coming, and Luis finds that it's a stark reminder that he'll have steering problems. But is his mechanic giving him a snow job?
Gary asks a great question: are today's engines producing more power per liter, or have horsepower ratings changed? Ray explains how even the most mundane modern cars produce impressive power.
It took Dan three and a half days to change his spark plugs because of one fussy coil pack. What turned this simple job into an epic quest for fire?
Even though Phil's Jag is behind in navigation features, he could still win the technology race.
Paige has been rear-ended twice in an older pickup truck and it's getting old---not just the truck, but the accidents. What can newer vehicles offer that are better than the faithful old tank she's driving now?
A reader asks if picking a line like a race car driver on the interstate saves gas.
If your hybrid doesn't use the engine much, is it possible for the gasoline to "go bad" over time? Ray injects some know-how into the question.
A mysterious horn-like sound has Maggie and the mechanics baffled. We sound off on the matter.
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