We have taken it to the dealer twice--both times they have said they cannot duplicate the problem and therefore can't fix it.
Any thoughts about the cause? Is this something a regular mechanic could analyze and fix, or is the dealer the only remedy?
If I take it to the dealer when the problem is occuring, will this help them identify what is wrong?
And what would you expect this to cost to fix (very old and beat up car--but it's paid for.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 25th, 2008 AT 11:22 PM