• Why were my car keys in the last place I looked?

    Because once you find them you STOP looking so naturally that's the last spot you looked.
    Because once you find them you STOP looking so naturally that's the last spot you looked.
    6 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 years ago
  • I seen a Taxi Cab being sold for $600 should I buy and start making money !?

    It's not the fact that it's a taxi that allows someone to make money driving it. You need Taxi registration and permits. They will set you back many thousands of dollars.
    It's not the fact that it's a taxi that allows someone to make money driving it. You need Taxi registration and permits. They will set you back many thousands of dollars.
    6 answers · Buying & Selling · 4 years ago
  • I saw someone turn right on a no right turn and there was a red light speed camera. I have not seen the flash?

    Where do you live mate? The systems vary from state to state, country to country.
    Where do you live mate? The systems vary from state to state, country to country.
    2 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 years ago
  • Any one know what car part this is?

    Best answer: The piece with the bolt head showing is the front engine/transmission mount and the rubber hose is the transmission cooling line. It runs trans fluid from the trans through a cooler built into the radiator or a separate cooler mounted in front of the radiator and back to the trans via the second hose in the background. show more
    Best answer: The piece with the bolt head showing is the front engine/transmission mount and the rubber hose is the transmission cooling line. It runs trans fluid from the trans through a cooler built into the radiator or a separate cooler mounted in front of the radiator and back to the trans via the second hose in the background.
    6 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • Why can't you tow vehicles on a learner permit in Australia?

    Because you're learning how to drive. You need to learn that first, before you add any extra difficulty to the task.
    Because you're learning how to drive. You need to learn that first, before you add any extra difficulty to the task.
    3 answers · Safety · 4 years ago
  • I am buying a van, what models should I avoid?

    Forget about the Tarago. With over 400,000ks on the clock it will be nothing but trouble. If I had to choose, I'd take the 1995 Express based on mileage and it has the larger 2.4 liter 4G64 engine plus it's a manual. The autos suck a lot of power out of engine and they don't have much power to start with. I'd offer them $2,500 and... show more
    Forget about the Tarago. With over 400,000ks on the clock it will be nothing but trouble. If I had to choose, I'd take the 1995 Express based on mileage and it has the larger 2.4 liter 4G64 engine plus it's a manual. The autos suck a lot of power out of engine and they don't have much power to start with. I'd offer them $2,500 and see how you go from there.
    4 answers · Buying & Selling · 4 years ago
  • 2005 vz v6 commodore wont start?

    The belt that runs the water pump, power steering pump, A/C compressor and alternator is not the timing belt so you haven't stuffed the timing up. As far as the screeching TPS goes, I've never heard of that before so can't help you there.
    The belt that runs the water pump, power steering pump, A/C compressor and alternator is not the timing belt so you haven't stuffed the timing up. As far as the screeching TPS goes, I've never heard of that before so can't help you there.
    4 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • Another Tilt and Trim Question?

    The pin that the engine pivots on may be starting to seize up. That would cause the hydraulic pump to have to work harder and build up more pressure to move the engine. This could also cause the jolting motion that you describe. Have it checked out at a Marine Workshop.
    The pin that the engine pivots on may be starting to seize up. That would cause the hydraulic pump to have to work harder and build up more pressure to move the engine. This could also cause the jolting motion that you describe. Have it checked out at a Marine Workshop.
    3 answers · Boats & Boating · 4 years ago
  • I NEED TYRES!!?

    Ring some Auto Wrecking/Salvage yards in your area. You should get good secondhand tyres for $50 each or even less.
    Ring some Auto Wrecking/Salvage yards in your area. You should get good secondhand tyres for $50 each or even less.
    2 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 years ago
  • Is it possible to lose around 35-40 hp on a car that has turbo?

    The Department of transport will not take your word for it that the vehicle has had it's hp rating reduced. They will counter it by saying that if you had it reduced you can have it reinstated simply by undoing the work that was done to decrease it. They will always go by the manufacturers stated power output.
    The Department of transport will not take your word for it that the vehicle has had it's hp rating reduced. They will counter it by saying that if you had it reduced you can have it reinstated simply by undoing the work that was done to decrease it. They will always go by the manufacturers stated power output.
    1 answer · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • How much is it worth?!!?

    We sell them here in Adelaide for $65.
    We sell them here in Adelaide for $65.
    2 answers · Buying & Selling · 4 years ago
  • Is a crank shaft sensor an important feature of a car?

    All you need to know is right here on this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crankshaft_... Remember, GOOGLE is you friend.
    All you need to know is right here on this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crankshaft_... Remember, GOOGLE is you friend.
    3 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • Why does my mom like sucking rubber rods?

    Nice troll. But I'll take the points anyway!
    Nice troll. But I'll take the points anyway!
    8 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • 89 econovan has spark and fuel, won't start, just turns over. It cut out a week ago, making a chugging noise then stopped.?

    My guess is you've done a timing belt
    My guess is you've done a timing belt
    3 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • Holden VE sv6 first car?

    Great car but be prepared for huge maintenance costs unless you can do the work yourself. Simple things like changing spark plugs or replacing the thermostat are costly operations because the engine is out of a Saab and adapted crudely to fit the Commodore. They are nice to look at, nice to drive, but a nightmare to work on. Open the bonnet on one... show more
    Great car but be prepared for huge maintenance costs unless you can do the work yourself. Simple things like changing spark plugs or replacing the thermostat are costly operations because the engine is out of a Saab and adapted crudely to fit the Commodore. They are nice to look at, nice to drive, but a nightmare to work on. Open the bonnet on one of these and have a really good look, then open the bonnet on a Falcon and see how much easier everything is to get at on the Falcon engine. If money for servicing is no problem then by all mean buy it. But if your dollars are tight you're better off looking at a Falcon.
    1 answer · Holden · 4 years ago
  • My ex husband has my car. Is it possible to get the car towed. The car is registered under my name?

    Where do you live? Do you think the laws are the same all over the world?
    Where do you live? Do you think the laws are the same all over the world?
    3 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 years ago
  • How much would it cost to install a 13b rotary engine?

    Bazza you fool, what are talking about. I quote you. " For a start the rotary engine was a failed experiment". Mazda are still using the Wankel Rotary Engine today, and very successfully too I might add. Check out the link below and drag yourself int the 21st century. I hate fools that drag their knuckles across their keyboard without... show more
    Bazza you fool, what are talking about. I quote you. " For a start the rotary engine was a failed experiment". Mazda are still using the Wankel Rotary Engine today, and very successfully too I might add. Check out the link below and drag yourself int the 21st century. I hate fools that drag their knuckles across their keyboard without any knowledge of what they're talking about then slam their forehead onto the enter key with no research into what what they've said! Now with regard to the question at hand your Mazda is an East/West configuration engine. The Rotary is by design a convention fit engine. What you want to do is possible but would cost way more than what it will be worth, unless the vehicle is an immaculate show vehicle. So my educated answer is NO, it's not worth it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRiPSlx8...
    6 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 4 years ago
  • Does a road worthy licensee need to change bushes and lower arm ball joint if they are faulty?

    If you are getting a road worthy certificate done on your vehicle you need to get everything that is found to be faulty and listed on the certificate as, being faulty, fixed, in order to pass the road worthy certificate. However, the workshop that is doing the certificate does not have to be the workshop that carries out the work. You can take your... show more
    If you are getting a road worthy certificate done on your vehicle you need to get everything that is found to be faulty and listed on the certificate as, being faulty, fixed, in order to pass the road worthy certificate. However, the workshop that is doing the certificate does not have to be the workshop that carries out the work. You can take your vehicle and the completed certificate listing the faults to any workshop to have the work done, or you may choose to do the work yourself if you are capable of doing it correctly. Some certified vehicle inspectors will tell you that the work needs to done at their workshop. This is not the case and he is simply trying to secure more work, thus money out of you by saying so. Once all the faults have been fixed, return to the workshop that did the initial inspection and have them go through the list again to ensure all faults have been corrected. Once he is satisfied that the work has been carried out correctly he must sign off on the certificate declaring the vehicle Road Worthy. That's how it works here in Australia anyway.
    3 answers · Safety · 4 years ago
  • Are there ANY Subaru motors that will fit a 1983 Hilux 2wd?

    The short answer is NO there is no Subaru engine that will slot into a Hilux without HUGE expense and a pointless outcome. Subaru's are either front wheel drive, four wheel drive or all wheel drive. Your Lux is two wheel rear drive. Even if you spent $10,000 to make it fit, the end result would be a vehicle so under powered it couldn't pull... show more
    The short answer is NO there is no Subaru engine that will slot into a Hilux without HUGE expense and a pointless outcome. Subaru's are either front wheel drive, four wheel drive or all wheel drive. Your Lux is two wheel rear drive. Even if you spent $10,000 to make it fit, the end result would be a vehicle so under powered it couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding. You want to make your Lux special? Drop a ford 4.0l turbo into it. But be ready to upgrade the drive train. Good luck with your project.
    3 answers · Subaru · 4 years ago
  • Why is my fuel economy so bad?

    Sorry I can't really help you with your question but I just wanted to comment on what Allan said. The falcon engine does NOT fire on two cylinders at the same time. The firing order is 1,5,3,2,6,4.
    Sorry I can't really help you with your question but I just wanted to comment on what Allan said. The falcon engine does NOT fire on two cylinders at the same time. The firing order is 1,5,3,2,6,4.
    6 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago