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  • 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

  • If your engine won't turn over, this guide helps 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 Ferrell4

  • I have well over 100,000 miles already on my car. Proper maintenance helps prolong the useful years of your car. I’ll tell you how I'm keeping my old car running as good as new with little cost for upkeep.

    Maintenance Tips for Old Cars: Avoid Costly Expenses

    Maintenance Tips for Old Cars: Avoid Costly Expenses

    by Glenn Stok13

  • It can be challenging to find a mechanic or auto repair shop that you can trust. By using these simple tips, you'll be able to get you car repaired at a quality shop without feeling like you've been ripped off.

    How to Find an Auto Repair Shop That You Can Trust

    How to Find an Auto Repair Shop That You Can Trust

    by CWanamaker2

  • If the air conditioning goes out in your car, you want to get it fixed quick. There are a number of problems that could cause this issue. Keep cool with these tips and tricks.

    How to Fix a Broken Car Air Conditioner

    How to Fix a Broken Car Air Conditioner

    by WheelScene3

  • This collection of repairs for Honda Harmony lawnmower transmissions is growing monthly. If your Harmony transmission has a problem, we probably have the solution!

    Honda Harmony 215 Transmission Problems

    Honda Harmony 215 Transmission Problems

    by Eddie Carrara304

  • Do you know what to do in the event that you get in and turn your car on but it doesn't start? Check out this hub for some helpful tips on what to do.

    What Do I Do When my Car Won't Start?

    What Do I Do When my Car Won't Start?

    by Wrench Wench3

  • The most common reason for a slipping automatic transmission, and the most common reason for a slipping standard transmission. What to do to fix it in either case.

    Most Common Reasons Why a Transmission Slips

    Most Common Reasons Why a Transmission Slips

    by Eddie Carrara1087

  • I see it every so often ... when the tire rotation guy doesn't screw in the lug nuts by hand before using his impact driver, the next person to take the lug nuts off has to use so much torque that the lug stud strips its threads or even breaks off.

    Fixing a Sheared-Off or Cross-Threaded Lug Stud (With Video)

    Fixing a Sheared-Off or Cross-Threaded Lug Stud (With Video)

    by hardlymoving0

  • 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 Carrara281

  • Recognizing symptoms of a bad EGR valve will help you troubleshoot potential problems sooner and restore engine performance faster.

    Symptoms of a Bad EGR Valve

    Symptoms of a Bad EGR Valve

    by Dan Ferrell172

  • 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 Thomas56

  • 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 Carrara63

  • 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 Ferrell34

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  • This article will show you step-by-step how to replace the rear shock absorber and stabilizer bar link on a '99 - '06 Volvo S80 sedan. The parts may be interchangeable with the '01-'09 S60 and '01-'07 V70. The video shows the replacement service being done on a '04 S80 2.5 Turbo.

    Volvo S80 Rear Shock Absorber and Stabilizer Bar Link Replacement

    Volvo S80 Rear Shock Absorber and Stabilizer Bar Link Replacement

    by hardlymoving1

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