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#2956 of 2979 Re: Honda Civic 2007 automatic transmission fluid [maggienaj]
Oct 05, 2012 (12:35 am)
What does your owners manual say?
Or, you might only have 'codes' that set on the display. That is what my 2006 Ridgeline does. But read up on these also in your manual. In my Ridgeline, these codes are very criptic, an alpha and a number. So you might see something like A 1 thru 9 and B 1 thru 9. Or something like this.
Your owners manual will tell you what kind of service these codes pertain to. The service for the transmission should be in there. In general, no service is due until one of these codes appear.
#2957 of 2979 Changing the car in middle of the lease
Oct 23, 2012 (11:01 am)
I am planning to lease an Audi but just wanted to understand what I am committing to and what the flexibilities are.
For example: if after some time, say 15 months, in to the lease, I decide that I like another car better and do not want to wait until the end of the lease to get the new car, what are my options? What would be the cost penalties for switching?
If the new car is also an Audi, does it change anything?
#2959 of 2979 Corprate lease question
Oct 29, 2012 (10:18 pm)
If I run the lease through my corporation.They want to raise the
payment from $494 to $545.
They said with out me to guarantee the lease they have to charge
more.Now when I did my BMW it was not like.
Anyone run into this before?
$50 bucks a month just seems like a huge amount.
#2960 of 2979 Re: Corprate lease question [chaozz1]
Oct 30, 2012 (5:30 am)
It looks like your corporation may have a lower credit score than you do.
#2961 of 2979 Re: Corprate lease question [robr2]
Oct 30, 2012 (9:32 am)
I'm not sure how it would though.Only thing on it..ATT cell phones for last 4 years which is on on auto pay..Never late and my BMW that I had to cosign for the lease.
#2962 of 2979 Re: Corprate lease question [chaozz1]
Oct 30, 2012 (9:53 am)
I'm not sure how it would though.
Sounds like not enough credit. Just a cell phone isn't going to create credit history.
#2963 of 2979 Proper way of selling junk car in NYC
Nov 10, 2012 (11:35 am)
not 100% sure if this is the right forum to ask.
My car got flooded in Sandy and is not drivable. It's a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant with 90K+ miles on it.
I have title and all the necessary documentation. What is the proper way of going about
selling a car in this condition. My plan is to return license plates to dmv as outlined on dmv site:
Temporary surrender of vehicle plates (surrender vehicle plates for a season)
You can surrender your vehicle plates and reinstate the registration later.
You can apply for reinstatement of the registration at any DMV office that processes registration transactions. The DMV office will issue a new set of vehicle plates and can charge a vehicle plate fee of up to $25.00.
This way I can cancel my insurance until I get a new car.
My question is what my steps should be after the above is done. Do I just call any junk yard to come
and tow my car. They give me money and I give them title to my vehicle and that's that?
#2964 of 2979 Re: Proper way of selling junk car in NYC [pgb205]
Nov 10, 2012 (12:02 pm)
I'm sure your state has a release of liability that you would mail in with new owners name.
Junk yard may actually charge you to take the car, I would call first.
My brother had his car totaled in a wreck.He posted a ad on craigslist
with pictures. He posted it for $500 but got so many calls he told the people best offer, He ended up with $900 bucks .
of course you will explain in the ad car was flooded and sold as parts car only.
plus craigslist ads are free.