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What brand engine belts do mechanics use on their cars? Can Diy folks get the same ones? Professional technician answers these questions and more.
Improper chassis lubrication can reduce the lifespan of front end parts. Car mechanic provides information on proper suspension maintenance.
Learn how to use a digital multimeter for car repairs. Discover the key to selecting the right scale for specific tests. See how an auto ranging meter works.
Learn about repairing car electronics. Sidestep replacement costs by diagnosing and repairing automotive circuit boards, relays, modules and switches.
Electrical shorts causing blown fuses are hard to find. See how to turn auto circuit breakers into short finder tools and how to use them.
Solve the security light issue on GM cars from 1997 through 2007. Find out what's causing the problem, how to bypass it and how to fix the issue for good.
Common automotive air conditioning electrical problems discussed. Mechanic explains why some AC problems can be solved without new parts.
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.
See how car AC airflow problems can reduce driver comfort. Learn what directs air flow inside and how to fix common blower motor problems.
Find car ac compressor replacement instructions and parts. The 10 steps needed to protect the new ac compressor to avoid repeat failures.
Why the ford triton spark plug breaks during maintenance services. What you can do to increase the chances of getting the plug out in one piece.
Multimeter reviews from DIY car mechanics. How to use auto meters to fix cars. Stop replacing non-returnable electrical parts that are good.
Learn auto repair with a Master Technicians proven resources. Perfect for the do it yourself car mechanic or automotive student in training.
Watch the Diy car repair manual video demo. See how to fix cars with factory schematics. Mechanic shares tips for using service manuals efficiently.
The gas cap code explained. Review nuisance trouble codes that turn on the check engine light and see a video showing the P0440 diagnostic chart.
Review Ford abs light common problems. See how mechanics diagnose and repair common failures that can turn on the abs light on any vehicle.