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Do Your Brakes Feel “Old”? Service Your Brakes By Yourself!

When it comes to automotive repair, changing your brake fluid is one of the easiest tasks DIYers can learn to do. Of course there are many fun aspects to bleeding your brakes. However, the best part of bleeding brakes isn’t unscrewing the casing on the pad or getting under the car, but when you know finally learn how to bleed brakes alone and feel the fluid drain down your arm. Learning how to bleed brakes alone is one of the few pleasures of this world that only the most avid DIYers can properly convey to a newcomer. If you really want to enjoy the wonders of how to bleed brakes alone, then this article is a great first step into this world of delights.

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Using an Auto Scan Tool

You’re cruising across the countryside; it’s a gorgeous, illuminating summer afternoon, and your car‘s performance is nearly perfect.
All is right with the world, except that your check engine light has begun to pierce your retinas and paralyze you with fear. Why must this foreboding light torment you so? Continue reading

How to Change Your Own Oil

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Changing your own oil isn’t that difficult of a feat as many people believe it is. In fact, it’s one of the more easier and rewarding work you’ll do ever do on your car, not to mention how much money you can save by doing it yourself. Continue reading

What to look for in a Socket Set and How to Select One

Socket Sets

Are you planning to purchase your very first socket set? It’s natural to wonder which socket set will be best suited for your needs. Continue reading

How to use a torque wrench?

All to often those that do their own car repair think in terms of force. Whether they are under the hood, or changing a tire, they think the more force they can apply to the different fasteners present on their car, the better. Continue reading