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5 Tips For Finding And Buying Cheap Used Auto Parts

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When something breaks on or in your car, you may dread buying a part to replace it can cost a fortune. However, there are many ways you can find cheap used auto parts that work great and don’t break the bank. Check out these five tips for finding and buying cheap, used auto parts. Gather All the Necessary Information Before you start searching for the part you want, ensure you have all the information you need to prevent wasting money. Read More»

A Disability Should Not Interfere With Your RV Lifestyle

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There is nothing like the RV lifestyle. You are able to enjoy the open road, and come and go when you get ready to. You do not have to give up this lifestyle if you happen to incur an illness or injury that causes you to have a disability. If you are upgrading the RV you currently have, or investing in a new one, there are numerous ways you can make your RV mobility accessible. Read More»

How To Easily And Inexpensively Remove Dents From Plastic Bumper Covers

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Plastic bumper covers add a more refined look to your car by covering the functional bumper, but they dent easily in collisions. The good news is that repair is not difficult and is within the means of most vehicle owners. If your car has a dented bumper cover, below is a step-by-step procedure for removing the dent: Removing a dent from a plastic bumper cover - tools and materials needed Read More»

Tire Care 101: How To Prevent Flat Spots During Storage

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Flat spots are the bane of any vehicle being put up for long-term storage. This occurs when the weight of the vehicle continuously presses down on one particular section of tire for long periods of time. The end result is a tire that has a permanent flat spot that causes vibration and poor performance. If you plan on keeping your car off the road for a while, here’s what you can do to prevent flat spots from forming. Read More»

Is Your Car's Thermostat Failing? Warning Signs And Testing Tips You Need To Know

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The coolant in your car’s radiator plays a critical role in engine protection and operation. After all, if your engine doesn’t have sufficient or effective coolant, it is likely to overheat and may cause serious structural damage. The thermostat controls the flow of coolant through the engine, and many overheating problems can be traced back to its malfunction. Here’s a look at what you need to know about thermostat trouble and how to fix it. Read More»

3 Parts That Sneakily Cause Volkswagen Overheating Issues

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The cooling system in your Volkswagen consists of a number of interconnected parts that direct coolant flow through the engine. If any of these parts fail to perform their given function, your engine temperatures will climb to unsafe levels, which will then show on the gauge on your dash. Blockages can also cause the temperature reading on the gauge to spike. Allowing your engine to overheat for any length of time could damage the block and head in addition to the gaskets between the metal mating surfaces. Read More»