I'd be more concerned about identity theft unless you might be confused on a hard pull inquiry.
The auto ones from 4 months ago, did you inquire about purchasing a car, fill out an application and decided not to purchase at the time? If so, they are legitimate inquiries (especially with auto loans as dealerships tend to run them through every creditor to be approvals). If so, no you can not dispute.
The new inquiries should be your Discover, Cap 1 X3 across the bureaus, any others that you applied and was denied in last 12 months?
These will be unscoreable in a year from the newest one from a Fico 8 perspective.
However if you never went to a dealership, and have inquiries on your reports from companies you have not applied NOR have a business relationship (any collection and yes open accounts), then you need to freeze your reports, and read the sticky about if you have been a victim of identity fraud.
One important side note, there are hard inquiries and "soft" inquiries, which are promos that do not affect your score and done by various companies to send you offers, these will be seen on a report obtained from the credit bureau themselves and in a different area from the hard pulls, labeled something like promo. I just don't want you to confuse the two and let it be harder on your rebuild if they were legitimate, yet be aware if they are not and someone has obtained your social security number and applied for store cards/bank cards in your name. Watch for address changes where you have never lived on your reports.