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Digital Cameras and Other Tools for Car Repair

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

You think that you know everything you need in the tool box, but here are five tools you didn't even know would come in handy. Check out these tools you didn't know you needed.



What Could Cause the Emergency Brake Light to...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

What could be causing an emergency parking brake light to stay on although it is released? See one solution involving the rear anti-lock brakes.



Do Car Owners Really Need to Use Fuel Additives...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

You're worried about moisture in your fuel, even when using today's ethanol-infused fuels. Is it a good idea to use a guel additive in your gas tank to maintain the moisture level in your gas?



High Miles on a Car? Highway vs City miles

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Is it better to drive a car with a history of highway miles or city miles? Is the highway miles preference based on fact or myth? Know this, understand this.



Ignition Timing Adjustment DIY

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Ignition timing is easy to adjust on many cars, especially older models. Set your ignition timing to see if your car is running at its best or if you have room for improvement.



Vehicle Titles Explained

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Before you buy a fixer upper or auction car, be sure you understand the different titles the car could carry. A wrong move could lost you lots of time and money.






Car Myths Destroyed

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Car myths may seem funny, but some of them can be harmful to your vehicle. Here are four myths that have been perpetuated for years but are easy to debunk.



Think of Maintenance Costs When Buying a Car

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Budget maintenance costs into the purchase of your next car or truck. A little research can save money in the true cost of ownership.



Can I fix my front bumper?

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

The decision to repair your vehicle after an accident is tough. Keep these factors in mind to help you decide whether a home repair is right for you.



How to Reset a Van's LED Display After Batter...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

You may encounter the LED display flashing after disconnecting the battery of a Dodge Grand Caravan due to a diagnostic code. Here is how to reset it.



4 Engine Noises That Might Mean Trouble for...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Troubleshooting is the most important part of auto repair. If you can properly troubleshoot a problem, you won't waste time and money fixing things that don't need to be fixed. If you can troubleshoot your bad engine performance, engine missing, misfiring, overheating, sounds like bad news, or other engine problems, you can repair them and be back on the road.



Basic Welding Stuff FYI

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

There are three basic types of welders used in auto shops. Check out which may be right for you.



What Blue, White, Gray or Black Smoke in the...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

White smoke coming from the tail pipe needs to be investigated. Here are some common causes for white smoke, or even steam in the exhaust. Page 3.



Repair Your Cars Side Mirror

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

If you or your loved one has destroyed one of your door mounted rearview mirrors, you're probably looking at a high repair cost. The good news is that you can replace your own broken door mirror and save hundreds. This easy to follow step-by-step will show you how easy it can be. Get to it!



Is Synthetic Motor Oil Just a Scam or the Real...

2017-01-17T11:01:28Z

Look on the shelf of your local auto parts house and you'll see more oils than breakfast cereal choices at the supermarket. It wasn't so long ago that you had about a half dozen to pick from, and since they were all made from the same gunk, it didn't matter much anyway. Then in the early 1970s popped up a new batch of lubricants -- synthetic oils.