If "road noise" started right after you rotated the tires then you have the cause:
1) mis-mounted tire/tires.
2) one or more tires worn significantly more or in "strange" (alignment issue) pattern.
3) directional tires now going the wrong way.
Roadshow just posted the update - again Harbor Freight does the right thing!
(This is from memory) If there's also a flashing "key" on the dash - There's a thread on here about having to set the e-brake and step on the brake while trying to start in order for the car to relearn the key - think it was for UK models but it worked for a Canadian car that had his battery die.
You're not leaking. Range estimate Start is based on prior mileage and is only REDUCED by current mpg estimate. In my experience once it's set it never goes up - it may stay the same if you're now getting great mpg but will plummet if you are getting lower - think a long uphill or driving 80...
If either insurance company is involved you MAY wind up on a Carfax Report (which most people know is very Hit-or-Miss). If other car people are willing to fully pay for repair and you control who does it that may be the way to go. Also remember that a mechanics lean will hold your car until...
Only rip-off was charging diagnosis fee - that should have been FREE as part of the recall.
As your problem was not the condenser, and you were out of warranty (specifically 12 mo/12,000 miles for AC issues) it was truly your problem.
You should be all set - If you can't drive it once or twice a week just use the charger occasionally to keep the battery peaked. I know a fully charged battery should read 12.7 volts at 68 degrees but I've never seen ours above 12.4 after a full charge and sitting overnight, admittedly with the...
Check battery voltage after letting it sit overnight - initial reading is misleading - charge hysteresis.
Not sure what the blue flashing light is - aftermarket security, remote for garage door opener?
Need to check with others but .3 amps sounds high - would have expected .1 or below if all...
Not sure what to make of this - picture is of a stress test fracture with unknown stress.
Article and reference to stress test indicate a 3 ton rated stand was stressed to 9 tons!
Recall is for ratchet releasing not splitting the stand.
Whatever - hope user contacted NHTSA not a lawyer.
First battery was at it's end of life or not fully recharged after jumping.
Did you have a full charge on the new battery when you installed it? It takes a good bit of driving to recharge an uncharged battery. Trying to jump and just "clicking" could have been a bad connection between the...
As you live in an area that likely salts the roads - have your brakes inspected/lubed every year or two (with oil change or tire rotation?). Caliper pins corrode and may cause binding or seizing of calipers. Our dealer does a free courtesy inspection each time I visit and will/may recommend...