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How to Replace Car Fuses

Replacing a fuel pump fuse is just as easy as replacing any blown fuse in your car. If your car cranks but won’t start up there could be a problem with your fuel pump. Before taking it to your mechanic who may diagnose the problem as a failed fuel pump, …

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2009 Bmw M3

The 2009 BMW M3 brings a new standard to sport sedans and coupes. Under the hood of this lavish and exhilarating new look, is a 4.0L V8, instead of a straight-six power unit that has been inside the M3 for 15 years. At8,300 rpm, the M3 will produce 420 hp, …

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Loose Relay

The procedure of how to fix a loose fuel pump relay involves changing a connector assembly with the wires. This is known as a pigtail. This is because there are multiple wires connected to a fuel pump relay, the only way it can come loose is if the connectors on …

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2009 Ford Escape

The 2009 Ford Escape is big on versatility, small on price and great on gas mileage. Starting at only $20,100 for an Escape XLS with Manual transmission, $21,310 for an Escape XLS, $23,115 for an Escape XLT, and $24,580 for an Escape Limited, these offer great value for a sports …

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How old is too old to Drive

Too old has always been a relative phrase. Some people are old at 65 while others still seem youthful at 85 or 90. Driving ability is based more on physical and mental conditions than on age. While many times age can be a factor in accidents, driving skills are the …

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Car Reviews 2010 Nissan Pathfinder

The Nissan Pathfinder is one of the best off-road vehicles on the market for 2010.  It is also a great hauler and has seating for seven passengers, which will appeal to families.  Although, reviewers do report that the two back rows are slightly cramped.  This SUV has quite a few …

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When Battery Cables need Replacing

In most cars, battery cables, like the Purloined Letter, occupy positions under the hood so much in plain sight as to remain invisible. In any case, the driver may check the oil and transmission fluid levels, the windshield washer reservoir and the coolant overflow container with only a cursory glance …

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2004 Toyota Echo Review

I still remember back in 2002, a relative of mine got a better deal on a brand new 2003 Corolla, than she would of gotten on a brand new 2002 Echo, with a start like this one; you pretty much know what I’m going to say about this car…. This …

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