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Perform the world's easiest diagnostic test: Shake your PCV valve to make sure it's working. It takes only 5 minutes to replace a bad…
Replace your air filter in minutes. And vacuum out debris while you're at it.
Prevent license plate theft by using special screws that require a special security wrench to remove. They're inexpensive and take only…
Test your brake fluid and do a partial replacement quickly and easily to restore it. You just need a test kit, a baster and fresh fluid.
Change power steering fluid quickly and easily and save the $55 shop charge. Simply siphon out the old and add fresh fluid.
Replace a leaky gasket cover on a 4-cylinder engine easily and in less than an hour for less than $25. We show you how to do it, step-by-step.
One of the most critical maintenance chores for cars is checking the tires regularly. You'll save money and extend the life of your tires.
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Replace a broken taillight assembly by ordering a new one online and installing it using two ordinary hand tools.
A retractable LED work light is safer than incandescent drop lights and a pocket LED puts light right where you need it in tight quarters.
Replace the old dirty carpeting in your car with new pre-formed carpeting. It'll only cost about $200 and take 3 to 4 hours to do a first-rate…
Check your car's brake fluid to make sure the corrosion inhibitor hasn't worn out. It protects the steel brake lines from rust.
Try this 10-minute throttle cleaning fix to solve a rough idle problem and save the cost of taking your car into the shop.
Invest in a computer-safe test light and retire the old incandescent test light. The old one can damage sensitive electronics in your car.
Fix a stuck power antenna by replacing a burned out motor or bad cable/mast. You can do both in about 2 hours, and you'll avoid the $50 - $100…
Before buying a used car, follow this 4-step inspection program to determine the vehicle's reliability, condition and value. It'll help you…
Remove a rusted trailer hitch with penetrating fluid and an air chisel, not a sledgehammer. It's easier and won't bend or break anything.
Clean your MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor when it's dirty rather than replace this $300 part. It's quick and easy.
Paint sealant is a good idea, but you can easily apply it yourself and save the cost of a dealer or detailing specialist application.
Clear up a cloudy headlight lens with a special polish kit. We also tell you how to evaluate it in case you have to replace it.
Remove a rusted-on wheel with rust penetrant, a hand maul and a block of wood. Prevent rusting with anti-seize lubricant.
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