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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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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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Cheap Ways to Customize a Car

We all want to personalize our vehicles but few of us have thousands to spend on expensive custom paint and exotic body kits.  But, there are many options for automotive customization that can be done for a relatively low cost. Body and Window Decals Sure, a bumper sticker that makes …

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How to Diagnose Brake Problems

When you find yourself with brake problems, it’s a bit of a wake-up call to your system.   There is nothing like a near miss because your brakes are not doing their job to get the old heart working that bit harder. Honestly, life is quite exciting enough without adding moments …

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Understanding Car Tires

Whether you drive a quaint little sedan, a large family-sized SUV, or a 1-ton pickup truck towing a trailer, you need to be aware of the tires that keep you safe on the road. This article will explain what you should know to make wise choices in tire selection and …

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How to Test a Cars Alternator for Power

Have you noticed a loss of power to your vehicle and think it may be the battery? Think again. Many people make the mistake of putting the blame on the battery when in most cases it’s the alternator. So before you hurry off to purchase a new battery, have the …

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How to Check Car Battery

If you don’t know how to diagnose battery failure, you might end up replacing it unnecessarily. Physical damage and lack of maintenance can lead to premature battery failure. However, batteries will fail to hold their electrical charge after miles of service as well. Yet, before you replace it, you need …

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