I'm selling a non running car to a junk yard in Ca that didn't pass smog has suspended registration and has been sitting for 6 years unregistered.When junked are those past registration fees waived?
the fees stay with the car. who ever was going to register it a gen would have to pay back fees but it is going to the junk yard you don't need to pay it cause it is on the car.
Any used car bought better undergo an inspection by a trained mechanic. There are a slew of parts and systems that can go wrong simply if the car has been sitting for three years. Was it sitting in the sun or inside a shaded area? what is the condition of all the rubber parts, hoses, boots, belts...
Cars newer than 2000 usually don't have trouble starting. However, after 6 months the gas might have gone bad. Buy a cheap siphon (example: and siphon out the gas and then replace it with new gas. If the car still doesn't start, you may have faulty spark plugs. Try replacing the spark plugs.Make ...
You will need to clear out all the muck and grime which could have been accumulated in the fuel tank, gas lines and even the intake manifold.
U NEED TO REMOVE THE GAS TANK. CLEAN OUT THE RUST. PUT IN A GAS TANK SEALER. REINSTAL TANK ON CAR.
I have the same question but I'm 14 I'm a mechanic at our house. My truck is 1990 Chevy
First, try to drain as much of the old gasoline out of it as possible...CAREFULLY. Add fresh fuel to the tank and also add fuel injector cleaner. Before actually trying to start it, turn the key to the on position a few times. This will pressurize the fuel system(it may take a few tries before it...
Yes, but the gas is most likely bad unless something was put in it to stabilize it. Gas starts to go bad after a few months. Also depends on the quantity in the tank. Something like a lawn mower will only last a short time where an automobile might last a bit longer.
Remove plugs and squirt a small amount of Marvel Mystery oil into cylinders Install a new battery Drain and replace fuel Check oil
If the engine isn't seized up and you check your gas and oil.
well maybe you shouldn't leave your car running for so long and hmmm fill it up with gas and get a new battery to start with
How can you sell a car that's been in repossession for two years and the creditor has exhausted all efforts in getting it back?
If the title is not free and clear, then the title cannot be transferred to a new owner and it cannot be sold. If the creditor has written it off and it is no longer in dispute, then it can be sold.You can sell it as scrap metal to a junk yard without a title, I believe.
How do you go about getting a title for a truck that has been abandoned on your property for 4 years and owner has gone back to Mexico?
It depends on your state. In some states you can file a certificate of lien form for the vehicle and get the title and other states will not. You will have to contact the motor vehicles office in your state.
You got a kawasaki 110 and you cant start it because its been sitting in storage for a year how can i get it to run?
Make sure the engine is clean and nothing is clog-ed up.Also be sure to make sure it has gas in it and nothing missing.
If a car is in your name as the primary but your cosigner has been making payment for the last year and many of those payments have been paid late can you legally take that car from the cosigner?
Since the cosigners isn't paying, unless you start paying instead, and catch up on all late payments, the dealer or the bank will repossess the vehicle shortly anyway, so your question is moot.
Why would a car that has been sitting outside for over a year not move when put in gear with the engine running or pushed in neutral with the brake off?
just because the brake is off dose not mean it is not sticking, thsi is usually do to rust. if the parking brake was left on then it could be sticking to. you might want to try and spray a rust penetrant on the moving parts and try and make the parts move. try and work the parking brake and the b...
1998 ford escort and there's coolant that is found under the front of the car after it has not been running for a while what could this be from?
Climb under the vehicle and try to find out where it's leaking from. Look closely at the water pump and try to see if there is a trace of antifreeze from the water pump pulley. If that's it, replace the water pump. If that's not it, you may find that it's as simple as a leaky radiator or radiator...
I am looking for a dedicatec or reginal run from Alabama. I just bought a truck and will need base plates and permits, a company that can provide me with these since I do not have my own authority. I have been driving over 20 years no accidents.?
These websites list available jobs in your area: http://www.everytruckjob.com AND http://www.bigrigjobs.com/Local_Trucking_Jobs/AL.html AND http://www.findatruckingjob.com/alabama/al-truck-driver-jobs