Rob's Self-Inflating Tire Problem


The tire-pressure warning lights on Rob's Infiniti FX35 have been acting up but he can't convince his mechanic to take the problem seriously. Will Tom and Ray belive Rob's version or is there more to the story?


More Air Conditioning Myths


Someone once told David never to turn on the Air Conditioner at highway speeds, and he's been faithfully following this advice for 40 years. Now he worries that he's got it all wrong. Can Tom and Ray explain what's really going on when you fire up the AC? 


Today: Will AC-Misuse Destroy This Marriage?


Heat makes Skip cranky, but his wife won't turn on the AC until the car has "warmed up". Can Tom and Ray set them straight?


Will Coolant Help This Hot Engine?


Josh's engine is running hot and he wonders if adding coolant will solve the problem. Will this cheap fix work, or is he about to get some bad (and expensive) news from Tom and Ray?


Today: Is Tucson's Heat Too Much for Elizabeth's Buick?


Elizabeth just moved to Tucson, AZ, and she wants to invest in a sunshade to protect her 1986 Buick Skylark from the hot desert sun. Her mother advises that they build a gazebo or a carport to protect it, while her husband votes for a "reflective cover thingy".


Should Steve Keep His "Chick Car"?


Steve was shocked to discover that his red Honda del Sol is a "chick car". Can Tom and Ray convince him to be secure enough in his masculinity to face the (adorable) facts about this car? Plus Tom shares one of the lesser-known benefits for men who drive "chick" cars.


Today: The Air Force Bent Bryony's BMW


Bryony was driving to her job on an Air Force base when the troops manning the gate accidentaly raised the security barrier and damaged her car. She's worried that this bent the frame.


Today: When to Replace Brake Rotors


Ed's wondering about brake jobs--how do you know whether to replace the rotors, pads or both?


Who's Right About Fog Lights?


Fred thinks his brother-in-law's constant headlight use is dangerous and annoying to other drivers, not to mention destroying his gas mileage. Not ones to pass up on a brotherly dispute, Tom and Ray jump into the fray.