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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’s no secret that there have been a lot of vehicles recalled for dangerous airbags. Up to 69 million vehicles worldwide are affected. If you have gotten a recall notice, please get your airbag changed as soon as possible. All … Continue reading
My brother’s 2001 Honda CR-V had developed a strange noise. When accelerating in reverse there would be a short clank noise. I couldn’t tell what it was, so I took in to work, and they had never heard the noise … Continue reading
When working on cars there are a lot of things that are hot enough to burn you pretty well.
A couple weeks ago I wrote a post about the different ways that you as a driver engage the parking brake. This week let’s look at the different ways parking brakes work. Drum Brakes
I’m not personally a huge fan of all the features cars have these days, mostly because of how having more features means more problems. But there are a couple features I love and wish I could have in my car.
Power windows are a nice feature and on almost every new car you can buy these days, even on the cheaper models. There’s a safe way and an unsafe way to control them, though.