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How To Replace An Oil Filter
Wil Parker Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How To Replace An Oil Filter Replacing the oil filter in your vehicle is just as important as changing the oil.  The oil is circulating through the engine and lubricating vital parts like the valves, pistons and cylinder walls, crankshaft bearings, and camshafts and connecting rod.  ...

Changing Your Engines Spark Plugs
Wil Parker Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Changing Your Engines Spark Plugs For each cylinder in your car, there is a small spark plug.  This is from where your air and fuel mixture gets the zap it needs to ignite.  A spark plug is nothing more than an energy conductor with a small gap.  This gap forces the electricity ...

How To Replace a Wiper Blades
Wil Parker Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How To Replace a Wiper Blade Before electronic technology drivers would clear their windshield manually when hit with a sudden rainstorm.  My moving a lever on the dashboard back and forth, they would operate the windshield wipers.  They have made great advancements since then, and n...

How to Replace an Air Filter
Wil Parker Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How to Replace an Air Filter Your cars engine heavily relies on air to mix with the fuel in order to run.  It is getting that air from the outside, which is full of dust, pollen and any number of contaminants that you don’t want inside of your engine.  The air filter is designe...

How to Check Brake Fluid Levels
Wil Parker Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How to Check Brake Fluid Levels Your cars brake system relies on numerous parts to stop your car when you need it, all of which would be completely useless without brake fluid pumping through the system.  When you step on the brake pedal it is the release of this fluid that will ultimatel...

How to Replace a Broken Tail Light
Zaki Moulvi Friday, May 30, 2014

The tail light assembly on your car is critically important to your safety, and yet one of those car parts that you don’t realize isn’t working right until it is too late.  Here lies the brake light to let drivers behind you know when you are slowing down or stopping.  There...

How To Replace A Fuse
Zaki Moulvi Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Many of your vehicles problems can be traced back to a blown fuse.  Before running to the mechanic for every minor problem you should try to locate and replace it.  This could potentially save you a ton of cash on unnecessary repair shop costs.  Changing a blown fuse is really a si...

How To Speak With Mechanics
Zaki Moulvi Wednesday, June 4, 2014

As much as we would like to be able to fix all of our cars troubles ourselves, there will come a day when you will have to bring your baby to a professional.  It may just be that you don’t have the right tools for the job or it could be that even your sharp engine mind has been stumped...

How To Replace Interior Door Handles
Zaki Moulvi Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Considering how often you use them, the interior door handles of your car are sturdy parts.  Over time and with consistent use they do stop working, or maybe someone used a bit too much force trying to get out.  Whatever the case may be, changing one that has broken is an easy job that ...

How Brake Pads and Rotors Work
Zaki Moulvi Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The brake system in your car has been changed and improved upon for over a 100 years to finally bring us to the modern disc brake pads and rotor system you see now.  This is by far the most efficient way to stop any fast moving vehicle and can be found being used on planes, trains and automo...

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