TagsAccessories Air Conditioning Battery Brakes Classic car College Damage Design Diagnosis Dirty DIY Electrical Engines Ew Exhaust Filter Grey Pneumatic Heating & Cooling Interior & Trim Knipex Lights Mac Matco Mods Mychanic Oil change Opinions Paint Recalls Road Trip Rust Safety Snap-on Suspension Test Drive Toolbox Tools Transmission Used car Wheels & Tires Wipers Wow
Morgan on My Car: Sprung Drum Brake… Dan on Truck Caps Alex Dean on Truck Caps My Car: Sprung Drum… on My Car: Day-Off Debacle More Animals in Cars… on Animals in Cars
Tag Archives: Rust
Besides the repairs themselves, one of the things technicians dislike most about recalls is the cars that come in that are absolute junk. I’ve never seen a car this rusty before.
It was supposed to be a simple job, just a factory trailer hitch installation on a Honda Odyssey. The only problem was it wasn’t a brand new Odyssey, it was a used one from 2014. The hitch attaches with six … Continue reading
When I was kid I remember finding an old car in the powerlines running near my home. I never saw it again and figured it had been removed when they put in a pipeline, but then last week my brother … Continue reading
When starting as a mechanic, there are things you learn from reading, and things you learn from seeing and doing. After a while you know when not to bother with some things and when to skip straight to what’s usually … Continue reading
Many times dealerships get trade-ins that aren’t worth their time or effort to fix up and sell. Older cars, higher mileage, damaged, rusted. When they decide not to do anything with them they get put on the wholesale line where … Continue reading
For a while I’ve noticed my trunk getting a little damp when it rains. I always just kept items away from the spots that I saw get wet, but recently I took a look in the spare tire well.
Looking at buying an older Honda? Good choice, but make sure you get it checked out thoroughly.