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What Causes High Oil Pressure (What You Should Do to Fix the Problem?)

​Your car’s oil pressure must be maintained at least at its middle level on the pressure gauge. However, high oil pressure is enough to cause an alarm. The uncorrected problem of this type may cause your car engine to malfunction and may lead to unthinkable damages on the engine. If the trouble is not addressed immediately […]

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How to Replace a Power Steering Belt in Quick and Easy Steps

Power steering is an important system of your car. It is the system that aids in steering the vehicle allowing the driver to exert a minimum amount of effort to drive. Along with the power steering, there is a single belt that powers all of your car’s auxiliary systems, it is the power steering belt. The […]

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How to Install Fog Lights ? 8 Simple Steps on Bumper Mounting

​Fog lights are extra lights on your car that help you to improve your visibility on the road, especially during poor weather environment. Most car models have different steps in installing fog lights (also called fog lamps) but they have the same purpose. Here, we can show you the common steps in installing fog lights. Basically, […]

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Why is A/C Pressure Too High? Find Causes and Solutions

Even with the introduction and use of modern technology, your car’s air conditioning (A/C) system sometimes falters. The common problem that we always encounter is why the A/C pressure too high. When this happens, do you know the causes? And how do you find solutions to these problems?If these problems persisted and not properly address […]

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How to Manually Move a Power Seat Without Bringing It Down

The power seat in your car will be rendered immovable when the motor suddenly dies. Electrical troubles are unforeseen events, but it can be detected earlier if you are keen enough. But when the power seat’s switch panel suddenly malfunctioned, what will you do to move the seat manually?Power drill1/4 inch drive ratchetWhatever might be […]

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