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Ways to use less oil

Actually, in daily life, you can save a lot. As long as you pay more attention to the everyday usage., this article will tell you more about it. Head up!
1. Skip the Drive-Thru
Sit in a drive-thru line, and you'll burn gas. Park and walk into the store, and you'll burn calories. Looks like parking wins.

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Learning How to Work on Cars

If you're not mechanically inclined (i.e., you don't know the difference between a carburetor and a radiator), this book should be your first stop. Part of the mega successful "For Dummies" series, "Auto Repair for Dummies" was written by Deanna Sclar, a noted auto repair enthusiast who has been featured on NBC and contributed articles to newspapers across the country,

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Air Conditioner Service Tools for Your Car

The need for properly working car air conditioning is important if you have small children or pets; excessive interior car heat can affect them faster and more seriously than adults. Additionally, just imagine how miserable that morning commute or long distance trip could be without a functioning A/C system!

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Install an In-dash DVD Player in Your Car

Music is everyone’s meat! So if you buy a new in-dash DVD player in the internet, what the steps of installing it? The steps depend on the type of player that will work with your car. If you have a faceplate stereo, for example, you can get a faceplate DVD player, take off the stereo, and connect the DVD in its place. Some car types will require you to completely install the DVD player in the radio's place in the dashboard, and wire it to the car's power.

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Using a Laptop as an Automotive Scan Tool

With the development of the technology, modern automobiles now are all equipped with an On-board Diagnostics system (OBD). There are two kinds of OBD. One is OBD-I, the other is OBD-II. As you can guess OBD-II is an improvement over OBD-I in both capability and standardization. It is an advanced management system that professionals and backyard mechanics can connect to via the diagnostic port.

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Indications of Too Much Oil in a Car

Oil acts as a lubricant in the engine of a car. Having the correct amount of oil is important for having a car run at its best. If the oil is too low, there will not be enough lubricant and an engine can burn out quickly. Too much oil can have a similar effect, as the overflow of oil will be whipped into foam by the crankshaft and leak into other parts of the engine, and it can also lead to low oil pressure.

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What to do after a car accident

Every year, innumerable people are involved in car accident. Car accidents are unexpected and stressful. The fact is even the most careful drivers may be involved. Whatever your reactions after a car accident (panic-stricken might be the first), it’s crucial to keep a clear head.

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Improve your car performance

Do you want to make your car go faster?  Statistics show that almost every car enthusiast wishes to add more power to their car or wish to improve fuel-efficiency, but how to achieve that? Well, actually car maintenance and repair service provider may be the best solution for improving the performance of your car. With the help of a professional,

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Is it necessary to install tire pressure monitoring system?

Have you ever wondered if it is necessary to install tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) for your car? Is there anything about TPMS we should know? This article will answer these questions.
If you car had a low flat tire,what would happen?

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How to Use a diagnostic Tool

Automobile diagnostic tools are used to diagnose the engine, brake, vehicle parts and so on. They can be plug into the standardized socket on most vehicles and trucks manufactured after1996. In the fact, using a scan tools can save you many hours of headache in determining the problem with any car.

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