Dennis Douda, WCCORead more
Military wife leads effort to strengthen state’s ‘lemon law’
Enid News & Eagle (Oklahoma) 3/7/2005
Wire and Staff reports
OKLAHOMA CITY With a soft-spoken manner and diminutive 3-year-old daughter on her hip, Angie Gallant is an unlikely advocate as she walks the halls of the state Capitol corralling lawmakers in a quest for reform.Read more
By Dan Lauck / 11 News KHOU-TV
A fiery crash could raise more safety questions about the controversial Crown Victoria police cruiser after a Fort Bend County deputy watched his vehicle go up in flames.
It exploded after a high-speed rear-end collision this weekend on Highway 6 near Bissonnet.
Pictures are reminiscent of past problems with the popular police cruiser.
"You’d think with red lights flashing all over, the guy would have seen it," says Sid McArthur.Read more
United States Court of Appeals,
District of Columbia Circuit.
Nos. 87-5170, 87-5235.
Argued Oct. 6, 1987.
Decided March 8, 1988.
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Iowa farmer: Ford ignited deadly blaze; company denies blame
WESTGATE, Iowa (CNN) — Earl Mohlis says he has no doubt the fire that burned down his house last month, killing his wife of 34 years, started under the hood of his 1996 Ford F-150 pickup truck — and he is suing the company, he says, to prevent more deaths.
Ford Motor Company has concluded the truck did not cause the fire.Read more
Source of a warranty woe is tagged, told to solve it quickly
By Mary Connelly
Automotive News / May 09, 2005
Mazda MX-5 Miata
Volvo 40 Series
Lexus ES 300
Hyundai Sonata/Kia Optima
Lincoln LS/Jaguar S-Type
Volvo 60 Series
Drivers complain that the 2.7-liter engine is prone to seizing up, but the auto maker blames poor maintenance
By Ralph Vartabedian
L.A. Times Staff Writer
December 15, 2004
Lisa Spilker has a shiny white 2001 Chrysler Concorde parked in her driveway, but it isn’t going anywhere. The car’s 2.7-liter engine was destroyed by oil sludge several months ago and now Spilker can’t afford the $6,500 cost of a new engine.Read more