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How to Install an ACC Cabin Filter on a 2003 Subaru Legacy GT

The Subaru name in the United States dates back to 1968 when the automaker exported its first 332 vehicles to U.S. showrooms. The first Subaru to make it to America, the “360,” had a 356 cc, two-stroke engine that cranked out a pulse-slowing 25 horsepower. By 1990, Subaru had firmly ent

How to Reprogram a 1992 Chevy Remote

Chevy vehicles have offered owners keyless entry remote systems since the early 1990s. Your 1992 Chevrolet can be equipped with this technology, and you can use the remote to control your vehicle from as far as a couple hundred feet away, whether you are in the house, a busy parking lot or a dark st

How to Check the Blower Motor Relay on a Chevy

The blower motor relay on your Chevy vehicle is essential for the operation of the blower. If the relay is blown out, you will need to install a new one is soon as you can. Thankfully, it is fairly simple to tell if the relay is malfunctioning and to install a replacement. The blower motor relay is

How to Repair Tire Treads

Uneven tire tread can be a safety hazard. It's important to address this problem immediately to prevent any accidents. Neglecting to take care of tires that have worn-down tread can be dangerous. For example, without tread, tires can't "cut" through rain, causing the vehicle to hydroplane. Replace t

How to Replace a Tail Light F350

Ford's Super Duty truck series (F250 to F450) is a durable workhorse. Tail lights burn out over time, even in a tough truck like the Ford F350. Replacing the Ford Super Duty tail light is slightly different than in the standard F150 model.

My Dyson DC14 Is Making a Ratcheting Noise

Dyson is a vacuum manufacturing company that creates a series of high-performance vacuums and promises that its machines will never use suction as long as you maintain them. If you notice a ratcheting noise coming from the vacuum, stop using it as soon as possible as this is a sign the machine is no

Getting Cash for Junk Cars: Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a junk car sitting in your garage or driveway, you may as well sell the vehicle to a salvage yard and free up some space. If you have never done business with a junkyard that offers cash for junk cars, you may be wondering what to expect when you sell your vehicle. If so, the answers bel

How to Use Arrow Rivet Tool

Arrow is an American company that manufactures several varieties of fastening tools such as staple guns, nail guns, hot glue guns, and rivet tools. The Arrow Rivet Tool is made from steel and has vinyl hand grips. The nose piece can be interchanged to accept different sizes of rivets. Rivets can be

How to Start an Outboard Mariner Motor

The correct way to start a Mariner outboard motor doesn't begin with slapstick, where someone falls in the water. It's way more pedestrian than that, almost like starting an automobile. In fact, the biggest difference between an starting an automobile and and starting an outboard lie in the fuel-de

Hydraulic Lift Problems

Hydraulic lifts are extremely useful, as long as they are working correctly. They make it easy for a mechanic to get underneath a car to diagnose and fix problems.

Falken Tire Mounting Information

Consumers have many tire choices in the current marketplace, including tires manufactured by Falken Tir. You must use proper mounting procedures to attach tires to wheels. A correctly mounted tire ensures the tire's structural integrity and allows for safe driving.

How to Replace an AC Compressor on a Suburban

The Chevrolet or GMC Suburban was manufactured with optional air conditioning, which includes a compressor pump that is driven by the engine with a belt. Older models had single-belt systems, while newer Suburbans use the serpentine design. The processes to remove both are similar, but it will only

Is Window Tinting an Investment?

While vehicle window tinting can be done for purely cosmetic reasons, there are also numerous reasons why it is a sound investment too. This article explains exactly why this is and goes into detail on how your window tinting saves you money.

How To Replace Brakes on a Ford F-150

The brakes on a Ford F-150 are of the brake rotor design. Hydraulic fluid is pushed through a brake line and into a caliper system. The caliper has a piston which pushes against the brake pad which pushes against the brake rotor to slow the vehicle down. Over time, the pad material wears down and wi

How to Replace a Headlight Lens in a '97 Ford F-350

The Ford F-350 debuted in 1953, taking the place of the Ford F-3. The 1997 F-350 is available with gasoline and diesel engines. In both body styles, the headlight assembly mounts in the same manner, making the removal process consistent. If your headlight assembly sustains damage or cracks, buy a re

How to Replace a Reservoir Power Steering Pump in a Mustang

The power steering pump is the heart of the steering system on Mustangs. Over time, the components within the pump break down, thereby substantially reducing the efficiency and effectiveness of the pump. A failing power steering pump can result in difficulty turning the vehicle and fluid leaks, whic

Audi Car Parts - Are You Paying More Than You Should?

Thank goodness for the Internet. There are distributors all around the globe now that allow you to search through their entire inventories online and purchase products from them at the same exact price that the dealers do. So what does that mean?

How to Fix Oil in a Harley Air Filter

The oil on a Harley Davidson motorcycle air filter is a thick, sticky oil that grabs and holds dirt and debris that pass through the air intake box. Harley owners often apply too much air filter oil to the air filter. This can damage the air intake and cause a big mess. The process for correcting th

How to Replace the Bumper on a '98 Honda Civic

Honda introduced its Civic line in 1973. The Edmunds website says the Civic is one of the most popular compact cars in America due to its impressive reputation for reliability and low running costs. "Cars Direct" reports that 1998 saw the Civic offered in five different models, in sedan, hatchback,