A discussion about the various aspects of RV detailing including how to find a good detail person and how to reduce the costs of having this work done.
How to drain and replace the ATF on your Camry, or flush the ATF if necessary. Includes video of flushing the ATF.
When shopping for recreational vehicles, consider these features that can make a big difference to your comfort when traveling.
These days, professional detailers are charging upwards of $39 per linear foot, so it's important to find ways to keep RVs in good condition without spending a fortune to do so. This article provides a safe, effective and easy way for individuals to do this.
Find that parasitic battery drain that's causing your car battery problems whether you have a newer or older vehicle model.
Do-it-yourself replacement (with video!) of the front end of the Honda CRV: the front suspension strut, lower ball joint, control arm, and sway bar / stabilizer bar link.
If you recognize one or more of these symptoms, have a look into your camshaft position sensor before it gets you in trouble.
How to remove and replace the driver's-side CV axle shaft and seal on most Toyota Camrys. Detailed instructions and plenty of photos. No special tools required.
It's impossible to know what will happen when you're traveling in an RV, so it's a good idea to take information with you that you may need in the event of illness, accident, lost pets and even death. You may not think these things happen, but they often do, so better safe than sorry!
India, one of the fastest growing and the most competitive car market is seeing a rapid rise in pollution and so India is looking for cleaner cars. BS4 emission norms being mandated, emission norms have become more stringent. With the new S350d, Mercedes Benz meets BS6 using BS4 fuel!!
Detailed instructions on how to replace the fabric on an A&E RV slide out awning. Includes photos of the work being done.
Camry DIY How To replace the door glass, door glass guide, window regulator and window motor. No special tools required. Most parts can be obtained from a salvage yard and transferred to your car.