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Being a Mechanic for 27 years has left me with a bad back but has provided lots of information to share. Browse through my personal insider tips, unique car repair advice and online automobile resources. I only talk about things that I have tested or used myself. Modern cars are hard to work on but the Web based tools available today can help reduce the pain.
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Why automotive special tools can be required to complete specific auto repairs. Mechanic shows you where to get these special tools cheaper.
Map sensor problems can turn on check engine lights and cause lack of power. See diagnostic and repair tips for common map sensor problems.
Watch the DIY car repair manuals video demo. See how to fix cars with factory schematics. Mechanic shares tips on how to use service manuals.
Common automotive air conditioning electrical problems discussed. Mechanic explains why some AC problems can be solved without new parts.
O2 sensor codes are often misdiagnosed and good oxygen sensors replaced. Master mechanic gives you an example where o2 codes lead to a cheap repair.
Oil pressure testing is a good way to check the internal condition of your engine. Mechanic explains the procedure and possible causes of low readings.
Charging car ac correctly can not only provide the coldest air output but can protect the system from damage. See the problems with just adding Freon.
Find replacement blower motors and resistor blocks. Learn to diagnose and repair common blower problems. Component locations and repair diagrams.
Automobile air conditioning components explained. Learn about the diagnosis and repair of compressors, condenser, accumulator, evaporator and orifice.
Learn about car ac system recharging at home. How to recharge a car air conditioning system and the tools required so the repairs last.
Auto AC repair can be challenging for even the most experienced. See mistakes that can cause repeat failures in car air conditioning systems.
See a new USB laptop automotive scanner screen shot and feature list. Ease of use and diagnostic capabilities reviewed by master car mechanic.
Can auto repair videos help you fix cars at home? Car mechanic provides many short videos about a wide variety of DIY auto repair subjects.
Learn auto repair with a Master Technicians proven resources. Perfect for the do it yourself car mechanic or automotive student in training.
Blown fuses are a sign of a short circuit or electrical problem. Mechanic explains how to diagnose and repair automotive electrical circuits.