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A cylinder leakage test can tell you what is wrong with the car engine. Car mechanic shows you how it is done and what the results indicate.
See why auto repair safety has no quitting time. Veteran mechanic talks about focusing on safely performing do it yourself car repairs.
Understanding automotive electrical terms makes diagnosis easier. Master mechanic defines voltage, amps and ohms to aid in auto electrical system repair.
Car steering parts are often up sold at auto repair shops during an alignment special. Learn how to determine when front end car parts need replacement.
Four stroke engine operation explained. Auto repair mechanic explains each individual stroke and how the internal combustion engine powers your vehicle.
Learn to diagnose rough engine idle on any automobile. Mechanic shows you the engine diagnostic testing needed to pinpoint the cars problem.
Multimeter reviews from DIY car mechanics. How to use auto meters to fix cars. Stop replacing non-returnable electrical parts that are good.
Newly released ASE study guides provide the best shot at passing tests the first time. Find preparation manuals with the latest information available.
The tire pressure warning system can cause vehicle owners some headaches. Learn how inflation monitoring systems work and the common problems they cause.
Transmission noise is not always a sign that major repairs are needed. Review some common problems that can cause manual transmission noises.
See why wheel alignments are often misunderstood. Learn why it's so hard to get a good alignment. Little trick for getting the best service.
See how checking brake rotors can help solve common car brake problems such as noise and pulsation. Also see a video about new brake rotors.
The Chrysler serpentine belt keeps falling off on popular V6 models. Mechanic shows you the engine belt solution kit that fixes it for good.
Review clutch problem diagnosis procedures for common issues. See how long slipping clutches can last and find a DIY clutch kit for your car.
Learn about air-conditioning noises both normal and abnormal. Mechanic helps you determine if that unusual AC noise requires further diagnosis.