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1998 Mazda 626LX & 1994 Volvo : DTC’s and an MPG Computer

Question: 1998 Mazda 626LX Mr. Ciulla, I have a question concerning a 1998 Mazda 626 LX I am working on for a friend. Originally it was throwing code P0171, System too lean. I found a small vacuum leak around the intake manifold, retorqued the manifold bolts and reset the computer. CEL came back on about 80 miles later with 2...

Nissan Pathfinder; Ford Ranger: A no-start problem and a leaking seal

Dear Mr. Ciulla: I hope you can help with my problem—thank you for taking the time either way. I have a 1993 Nissan Pathfinder 3.0 4WD, with Automatic Transmission and Cruise Control. The problem is an intermittent no-crank situation. Recently the alternator went out so starting problems were initially diagnosed as low battery. Alternator and battery were replaced; charging and battery now...

Car Review: Volkswagen Tiguan

The Volkswagen Tiguan offers VW lovers a way to jump into the new high-end CUV market (compact SUV) with both hands firmly on the wheel. The sporty SUV is available at Volkswagen dealers everywhere beginning in June. The new SUV combines rugged appeal with the sleek lines appreciated by VW lovers. The estimated annual fuel cost is $2,142 and...

Top Crossover SUVs over $30,000: Our top picks for luxury-laden Crossover SUVs over $30,000.

The “Crossover SUV” is a mix of the truck-like SUV and the fuel efficient family sedan with the big passenger seating and ease of a mini van. Now the hottest-selling automobile in North America today, Crossover SUVs have hit the market lately with an array of fast-moving, classy models, mostly made for big families or those who need space and...