My current van is getting some problem in engine but due to busy schedule i have not spare time so let me know any used van dealer where i could buy cargo van.Do you know any dealer near Rochester area?]]>

And for a guy whose main tools are a pile of rusty old hammers from Bangladesh, Leepu's body work is impressive.]]>

The catalytic converter was replaced at 72K, and the owner sold it shortly thereafter.

I intend to bring the car to my mechanic for a pre-purchase inspection before making an offer, but I am concerned about the brakes. If I buy this car, will I need to be replacing the brakes every 25K miles as the car gets older and needs more TLC?

Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you!

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http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/ap-sources-fiat-chrysler-buy-back-300000-pickups-32700226

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I park a lot in an area that has towing due to street cleaning and for other reasons. I usually manage to avoid getting caught, but every few years I get towed. No real problem with my last car, a Passat, aside from the fees. But what happens now that I drive a Subaru Forester?

Do all the tow truck drivers know about the Subaru requirement?

And if they do, do they care?

If the car was towed the normal way, would I easily be able to detect the damage, or would I just have a shorter lifetime on the differentials?

PS, no insult meant to tow truck drivers, I'm just a bit worried.]]>

1,11,21,1211,... and you ask what the next number in the sequence is. I can't quite remember what the answer is, but I think it's something along the line of each succeeding number in the sequence describes the number preceding it. For example, just starting with "1", the number following it is 1 of the digit "1", so that succeeding number becomes 1 (of) 1, or 11. The next number describes the preceding number as the quantity 2 of digits “1”, so that next number becomes 2 (of) 1, or 21. The next number describes the preceding number as 1 of the digit “2” and 1 of the digit "1", so that becomes 1 (of) 2 and 1 (of) "1", or just 1211. In this case, I think the following number in the series describes the preceding number as 1 of 1, 1 of 2 and 2 of 1, or 111221. I'm not grouping the numbers together, but simply reading them from left to right as individual digits, but I am grouping the consecutive repeated digits together. I'm probably not making total sense here, but if you can find that puzzle somewhere in your archives, that would help me. And obviously I should be doing something better with my time. Nonetheless, can you help me here?

I’m a big fan of both Cartalk and public radio! I’m so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing away. He was a great guy.

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http://www.thecarconnection.com/news/1099265_mitsubishi-may-shutter-its-only-u-s-factory-is-a-complete-withdrawal-coming#src=10065

When I heard about Mitsubihsi's apology to WW II American slave laborers, I wondered if there would soon be other announcements that would affect the USA. Guess so. http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2015/07/japans_mitsubishi_corp_apologi.html

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Don

San Antonio, Texas

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Or was road surface friction from the ground straps producing more of an electrical charge?

Thank you.]]>