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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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Review floor jack safety tips before you break out the floor jack and lift your car. It is a dangerous operation and your personal safety is at stake.
Auto scanner review of the Innova 3160B ABS and OBD II scan tool. Mechanic reviews problems with code connect and other issues with this scanner.
The transmission valve body is responsible for timing the automatic up shifting. See how shift kits can affect shift quality and performance.
Specialized front end tools are a must have for mechanics. Find individual tools for car and truck repair plus resources for suspension and steering.
Circuit malfunctions in automotive electrical systems are only caused by three different possibilities. Mechanic explains them for diy car mechanics.
Why automotive special tools can be required to complete specific auto repairs. Mechanic shows you where to get these special tools cheaper.
See how easy it is to set up an android car scanner using Bluetooth. This can be an inexpensive way to diagnose or fix check engine lights.
Learn about Diy ABS repair on older cars. Bulletin reviewed about abs lights and diagnostic tips that can be applied to many vehicles.
When looking for car code scanners you are faced with lots of options. Car mechanic reviews one of the newer scan tools the Innova Equus 3040.
Chevrolet fuel pump failures on 1996 and up GM cars and trucks are common repeat problems. Mechanic shares a bulletin to help solve the issue.
Automotive electrical magnetism theories explained. Learn how electricity and magnets come together in magnetic crank sensors and auto technology.
Review of common disc brake caliper problems. Pulling or red brake warning lights caused by leaking brake fluid can often be caused by caliper problems.
Blown fuses are a sign of a short circuit or electrical problem. Mechanic explains how to diagnose and repair automotive electrical circuits.
Get more than auto repair advice and car repair manuals. Learn how to fix cars at home. Find special tools and auto repair service bulletins.
Auto scanner reviews from a mechanic that uses them. See pictures and feature comparisons of the least expensive and most popular scanners.