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See where to start when the ABS light is on. ABS system common problems can be manufacturer specific. Discover some common issues and how to diagnose them.
Automotive wiring diagrams for specific vehicles. Plus a video that shows you how to use them for diagnosis and repair of electrical problems.
The Chrysler serpentine belt keeps falling off on popular V6 models. Mechanic shows you the engine belt solution kit that fixes it for good.
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.
Watch the Diy car repair manual video demo. See how to fix cars with factory schematics. Mechanic shares tips for using service manuals efficiently.
Find out what is wrong with your car AC system using pressure diagnosis. See a list of common AC problems and their typical pressure 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.
See real rip-off car AC repairs in action. This video shows how to deal with car air-conditioning problems but also with auto repair centers.
When the oil can light comes on you know you have an engine oil problem. See possible causes of unusual oil consumption and diagnostic procedures.
Retrofitting air-conditioning systems properly provides the coldest air and best reliability. See how to convert from R12 to 134-a Freon.
Review common problems with Dodge and Chrysler blower motors. Learn about repair kits that solve known issues with blower speed and operation.
Air conditioning leaks, the most common cause of car AC problems. Find Freon leak detectors, instructions on how to fix leaks and refill Freon.
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.