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  • If your engine won't turn over, this guide will help you find the most common—and not so common—problem sources.

    My Engine Won't Turn Over

    My Engine Won't Turn Over

    by Dan Ferrell20

  • Does your engine crank, but won't start? This guide tells you where to begin your diagnostic and what to do next.

    My Engine Cranks but Won't Start

    My Engine Cranks but Won't Start

    by Dan Ferrell87

  • The starter uses the battery and battery cables to provide the power to crank over the engine. The starting system can be tested to find a slow-crank or no-crank problem.

    DIY Auto Service: Starter Diagnosis and Repair

    DIY Auto Service: Starter Diagnosis and Repair

    by Mike Thomas0

  • Having problems with your car's thermostat? This article shows you how to check your thermostat in a few minutes without removing it from your car.

    Do I Need to Replace My Car Thermostat?

    Do I Need to Replace My Car Thermostat?

    by Dan Ferrell30

  • Common brake problems, such as a soft brake pedal, pulling to one side while braking, or vibration while braking can have serious implications for your car's health (and your health, in turn!). Learn more about the most common brake issues and their solutions, here.

    Five Common Brake Problems in Cars

    Five Common Brake Problems in Cars

    by Eddie Carrara770

  • This article will explore signs and symptoms of a bad heater core in your car, from fog and drips to funny smells in the cabin, no heat in the cabin, or the engine overheating.

    Five Signs That Your Car Has a Bad Heater Core

    Five Signs That Your Car Has a Bad Heater Core

    by Wrench Wench103

  • AC system diagnosis can be done by feeling the lines for the correct temperature/ pressure relationship. With gauges hooked up, the pressures can be measured and then diagnosed.

    DIY Auto Service: AC System Diagnosis by Symptom

    DIY Auto Service: AC System Diagnosis by Symptom

    by Mike Thomas88

  • If your brakes squeak and you want to know why, maybe I can help! Here are four common brake squeaks plus a bonus scraping noise; compare these situations to yours. Questions are welcome.

    Four Common Types of Brake Squeaks

    Four Common Types of Brake Squeaks

    by Eddie Carrara370

  • Water leaking into a car can lead to mold, corrosion, computer issues, and bad smells. Water can leak into your passenger compartment from outside or inside the car, often from the windshield.

    Water Leaking Into a Car

    Water Leaking Into a Car

    by Eddie Carrara773

  • Find out why your car AC smells bad and get rid of the source using this simple guide.

    My Car's AC Smells Bad

    My Car's AC Smells Bad

    by Dan Ferrell0

  • Here are the most likely reasons for bad clutch performance, a noisy clutch, or strange behavior by the clutch pedal. Look for your symptoms here.

    Symptoms of a Bad Clutch

    Symptoms of a Bad Clutch

    by Dan Ferrell75

  • Clean your MAF sensor in minutes using a simple procedure. Fix rough idle problems and other performance issues.

    How to Clean an MAF Sensor

    How to Clean an MAF Sensor

    by Dan Ferrell3

  • Tips and precautions to use when replacing your brake pads, so you can get quality results on a Honda or any other vehicle.

    How to Replace Honda Brake Pads

    How to Replace Honda Brake Pads

    by Eddie Carrara87

  • Car AC squealing, rattling, whining, and other weird noises can lead you to the source of the problem and help you save money in repairs.

    Why Is My Car AC Making Noise?

    Why Is My Car AC Making Noise?

    by Dan Ferrell0

  • DIY how-to instructions, with photos, for replacing the head gasket, timing belt, water pump and radiator on a Honda Accord. The repair pictured here was done on a Honda F23 2.3L I4 engine, the engine also used in the '98-'99 Acura CL, '98 Odyssey, and '98-'99 Oasis.

    How to Replace a Honda Accord I4 Head Gasket (1998-2002)

    How to Replace a Honda Accord I4 Head Gasket (1998-2002)

    by hardlymoving44

  • Step-by-step guide to installing SR Performance Coil Overs on a Ford Mustang. Installing coil overs on a vehicle may sound difficult but with this step by step guide you will see that it is much simpler than you think and can be done in the comfort of your own home.

    Installing SR Performance Coil Overs on a Ford Mustang

    Installing SR Performance Coil Overs on a Ford Mustang

    by Joe Adame0

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