Need a water pump and axle,left control arm, tire rods is it worth fixind
My car has 220000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
Something being "worth fixing" is a bit subjective. To some people, repairing a car is something they would rather do than get a new/newer car and have a monthly payment. To others, having a new/newer car gives them a sense of security from having a warranty along with those monthly payments. For example, you could spend $5000 in a year repairing an older car and have no monthly payments, or you could have a $400 a month payment on a new/newer car and not have to worry about much of anything besides oil changes and still spend $5000 a year. Of course, this does not consider the cost difference in insuring an older car versus a newer one.
Here are some things to consider when deciding whether to repair an older high mileage vehicle:
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