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KickingTiresNissan is recalling 195,991 SUVs sold in cold-weather states because long-term corrosion could cause the steering column to break, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In the vehicles affected by the recall, which covers the...
Tags: Michigan, New Jersey, Minnesota, Product Recalls, Illinois
KickingTiresKia is recalling 58,322 Kia Spectra sedans from the 2004-07 model years because the straps that hold the fuel tank may corrode, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The recall affects Spectra LD vehicles originally sold or...
Tags: Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Jersey, Minnesota
KickingTiresFord is recalling 1.1 million trucks because in certain cold-weather states, road chemicals can corrode the fuel tank straps. This could lead to both fuel lines detaching from the tank or the tank falling off entirely and hitting the ground.......
Tags: Michigan, Ford, New Jersey, Minnesota, Lincoln
KickingTiresHonda announced today it???s recalling 35,984 Passport SUVs from the 1998-2002 model years because of suspension brackets that could corrode. In cold-weather regions where road salt is extensively used, the forward mounting bracket for the rear suspension...
Tags: Michigan, Vehicles, New Jersey, Honda, Minnesota
KickingTiresIn a bizarre piece of news today, the recent settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Toyota and the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association could make you eligible for some cash, even if you bought a Chevy. In 2003, several federal and......
Tags: Tennessee, Buick, Nevada, South Dakota, Ford
KickingTiresFord is recalling 425,288 Windstar minivans from the 1999-2003 model years because corroded parts could lead to reduced steering control, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The affected vehicles were originally sold or...
Tags: Michigan, Vehicles, New Jersey, Minnesota, Illinois
Dining@LargeThe folks at the Maryland-based Hot Sauce Daily have this very positive, and tempting, review of a chipotle-infused Vermont maple syrup.Benito's, the Vermont-based company behind the product, also makes a version infused with habanero. Oh, what wouldn't I...
KickingTiresYou???ve probably heard this assertion before when it comes to health insurance, life insurance and yes, auto insurance: Women typically pay less than men for their policies. Is this true and if so, why? According InsWeb, an online insurance comparison......
Tags: South Dakota, Nevada, Tennessee, Michigan, Oregon
KickingTiresIsuzu is recalling certain 1998-2002 Rodeos and 2002 Axiom vehicles, and Honda is recalling certain 1998-2002 Honda Passports, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The recall affects vehicles that were originally sold or are...
Tags: Michigan, Vehicles, New Jersey, Minnesota, Product Recalls
Dining@LargeThis guy is going to be appearing Thursday night at the Friendship Heights Village Community Center in Chevy Chase. The host of "America's Test Kitchen" will be promoting his new book, "Fannie's Last Supper." Wednesday's contest depends on your having.......
Tags: Nutmeg, Calvin Coolidge, Chevy Chase
Dining@LargeFor Contest #3, you must imagine that Christopher Kimball, host of "America's Test Kitchen" and founder of "Cook's Illustrated" and "Cook's Country," has forsaken his beloved Vermont farm for a new life in Baltimore. Devise the "Cook's Illustrated"...
Dining@LargeThe Vermont Maple Syrup Cookbook by Reginald Muir 1976, second printing It's on its way, theminx -- congratulations again! ......
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