Tag Archives: DIY

How to Make a One-Man Brake Bleeder

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Tip for Removing Brake Rotor Screws

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Rear Brake Caliper Replacement – 2003-2007 Honda Accord

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How to Replace Disc Brakes

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Basic Car Maintenance Checks Anybody Can Do

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Doing a Hack Repair the Right Way

The repair order said that the right turn signal was out, replace the bulb. Usually when bulbs are out it’s just a bad bulb, but after throwing one in, it still wasn’t working. Obviously this meant it had to be … Continue reading

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The Wrong Way to Repair Brake Lines

When brake lines start leaking, they need to be replaced. Usually they leak from rust, and when they happens, either the whole line needs to be replaced, or just a section of it. The right way to do it is … Continue reading

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