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How to Easily Fix Squeaky Brakes

Braking systems are fairly complex, with numerous fluid, mechanical and thermal interactions that can make things go wrong in a variety of ways. Squeaking brakes are a common ailment, at times a warning of problems to come and at others merely an annoyance. While a full brake job is the best way to

How to Bleed Boat Steering

When your outboard motor's tilt/trim system becomes sluggish and doesn't respond to the commands from the control switch, it's a safe bet that the system's fluid is low. When air replaces the fluid in a hydraulic system, some very unpleasant things can happen, including system failure. The hydraulic

Replace Your Wiper Blades

Windshield wiper blades have been around for over seventy-five years. Today's designs are known for their superior performance and you can count on modern wiper blades to be advanced in both technology and design. Today's ...

Oil Pump Priming Instructions

A pump that has not been primed can lead to poor oil pressure and a vehicle that is not running properly. Fortunately, priming an oil pump is an easy, low cost process that can be completed in less than half an hour. By priming the pump yourself you will save money and get your car running again qui

Mustang Axle Specifications

The Ford Mustang was the "it" car of the 1960s.red hot mustang image by Leticia Wilson from Fotolia.comThe Ford Mustang is the classic muscle car of the 1960s and '70s. As of 2010, it remains a stylish choice for car lovers, who love going over the car from stem to stern, inspecting every...

How to Repair the Bumper on a 2007 Ford Focus

The bumper of a 2007 Ford Focus is made of a thick urethane material that is flexible but sturdy. The Focus bumper is a very vunerable exterior part because it can easily be damaged. From pulling up too close to another car or a wall to being rear ended in traffic, the bumper is a part that may need

Car Buying Tips From Used Car Dealers

Used car dealers will help you to narrow down your choice on a car which best suits your needs. Go through valuable tips provided by used car dealers to enhance your purchasing experience. Before beginning your search for used car dealers you should first fix your budget.

How to Apply Bottom Paint to Boats

Bottom paint, also called "anti-fouling" paint, protects the bottom of a boat hull from algae, barnacles salt water and other contaminants. A high-quality bottom paint provides a surface layer that resists these harmful contaminants, in addition to keeping moisture out of the wood or fiberglass lami

How to Remove Broken Lock Nuts

Broken lock nuts on your vehicle's wheels should be repaired immediately to avoid a potentially serious accident. Driving with broken lock nuts puts your wheels and vehicle at risk, especially if the lock nuts pop off while you are driving on an expressway. If you are aware that your vehicle has bro

How to Replace the Power Lock Actuator in an Explorer

The power door lock actuator on the Ford Explorer moves the locking mechanism automatically, which means that people inside the vehicle do not need to manually lock and unlock the vehicle. Over time, the power lock actuator can wear out and will need to be replaced. But first, the door panel must be

How to Put Transmission Fluid in an Acura Legend

On the upper right side of the engine on the Acura Legend is a red handled dipstick. The dipstick is what is used to check the transmission fluid. The tube that the dipstick is housed in is where you will pour the transmission fluid into through a funnel. This is a basic job that must be done to ke

Helpful Auto Repair Tips - Las Vegas 2014

Trying to repair car problems can be extremely stressful, especially if you are living on a budget. Purchasing a new car can be a hard toll on your budget; therefore, you are likely trying to ...

How to Fix the Brake Boosters on a Chevy Suburban

The brake booster also know as a power booster on a Chevrolet Suburban is a circular steel piece mounted on the firewall behind the master cylinder. The brake booster utilizes vacuum created by the engine to increase the amount of force generated when the driver presses on the brake pedal. The brake

The Location of the Drain Valve for the Radiator on a 2003 PT Cruiser

The drain valve on your PT Cruiser's radiator provides a quick and easy method for you to discharge the coolant. Whether you're changing the thermostat or replacing the heater core, you'll need to drain the coolant from the PT Cruiser. With a few minor tools, you can locate and drain the radiator i

Are a Chevy 305 & 327 the Same Block?

No, the 327-cubic-inch Chevrolet small-block doesn't utilize the same block as a 305. While architecturally similar to a 327, the 305 block is a small-bore variant of the original small-block Chevrolet 350 designed to meet the economy and emissions standards of the 1970s. However, you could actually

How to Repair Ford Explorer Window Motors

Ford Explorer window motors can be removed without removing the window regulator from the door frame. The window regulators are bolted into the window regulator. Each window motor is specific to the location in the vehicle as to what side and what door, front or rear, left or right. Make sure to cor

How to Install a GMC Brake Booster

The brake booster on a GMC uses vacuum power that the engine generates to give a power assist to the braking system. Unfortunately, the brake booster is not a serviceable unit. If the booster fails, then the old booster has to be removed from the truck so that it can be replaced. Once you have the o

Retrofitting R12 to R134 in a Toyota

If you own an older model Toyota vehicle equipped with an air conditioning system containing R-12 (Freon) refrigerant, you may want to retrofit the system to use less expensive, and readily available, R-134A refrigerant. R-12 refrigerant is very expensive and restricted by law. Only a professional r

How to Change the Brake Pads on an 1984 Celebrity

The Chevrolet Celebrity was available from 1982 to 1990. The Celebrity was available in a two-, four- and four-door station wagon. The Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera and Buick Century were the sister cars of the Celebrity and lasted until 1994. The Chevrolet Celebrity was available with a base 2.8-liter V