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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 Article Title :: Changing a Tire
Changing a Tire by: Kevin Schappell It always happens at the worst times! You need to know how to change a tire even if you have an auto club membership. Depending on where you get a flat, there may not be a phone nearby to call a tow truck. Let's take is step by step and always remember to read your owners manual, there will be detailed instructions relating to your car there. I should mention also a few tips for getting to the side of the road safely if you have a blowout on the road. Stay calm, do not panic Slowly take your foot off of the gas and let the vehicle coast to a stop. Do not make any sudden braking or steering actions. Put your flashers on to alert other dr  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 Article Title :: Your Cars Electrical System
Your Cars Electrical System by: Kevin Schappell When the automotive industry was in its infancy, it used electricity only to ignite the fuel inside the engine. By the late 1920's, the electric starter replaced the hand crank, electric headlights made acetylene lamps obsolete and the braying of the electric horn drowned out the squeak of the hand-squeezed air horn. Today, an automobile requires an elaborate electrical system of circuits just to produce, store, and distribute all the electricity it requires simply for everyday operation. The first major component in the electrical system is the battery. The battery is used to store power for starting, and for running auxiliary devices   (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 Article Title :: How Your Cars Suspension Works
How Your Cars Suspension Works by: Kevin Schappell "Suspension," when discussing cars, refers to the use of front and rear springs to suspend a vehicle's "sprung" weight. The springs used on today's cars and trucks are constructed in a variety of types, shapes, sizes, rates, and capacities. Types include leaf springs, coil springs, air springs, and torsion bars. These are used in sets of four for each vehicle, or they may be paired off in various combinations and are attached by several different mounting techniques. The suspension system also includes shocks and/or struts, and sway bars. Back in the earliest days of automobile development, when most of the car's weight (including th  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 Article Title :: Auto Tools For The DIY'er
Auto Tools For The DIY'er by: Kevin Schappell If you are a car owner who occasionally works on his or her own car, please don't go out and spend thousands of dollars on high priced tools. Professional mechanics make a living with their tools and need the best. If you are doing minor repairs on your own vehicles a lower cost tool set will do just fine. We have teamed up with AutoBarn.com to bring you the best price on tools for the DIYer. Keep in mind you can find most of these tools at your local parts store, but probably not at these prices. Let's look at the basics you will need for most common jobs. The oil change: Lifting tools: To gain access to the oil pan you need to get the  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 Article Title :: Checking Fluids
Checking Fluids by: Kevin Schappell Keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape requires constant monitoring of vital fluids. Read you owners manual and look for a diagram of the engine. Most times there will be a diagram showing where to check all the major fluids. This should be your starting point. If your manual is lost in the glove box or you never had one, then ask your mechanic or a friend who knows cars to show you all the places to check. There are 4 major levels to check on most cars. Engine oil - Usually towards the front of the engine and marked "OIL" Always check your oil level with the engine OFF. Remove the dipstick and wipe the oil off with the rag or towel then put th  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Thomas H. Miller 
 Article Title :: Used Car Auctions: Do's and Dont's
Used Car Auctions: Do's and Dont's by: Thomas H. Miller This is Part 1 of a 4 part series on how to buy a car at an auction So you are looking for a car or truck, but you're tired of running around town and finding other people selling their "headaches" through the local classifieds, or dealers offering "cream-puffs" for inflated retail prices. All you want is a good vehicle for a good price. Period. Does such a deal exist? Yes, indeed! Repossession auctions are becoming more and more popular across the country. I have been attending them for over 20 years, and have purchased many cars and trucks at bargain prices - everything from a brand new car (still with the window sticker on it   (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: ARA Content 
 Article Title :: Explore Less-Traveled Paths in Camping Comfort
Explore Less-Traveled Paths in Camping Comfort by: ARA Content Innovations provide the power to enjoy RV amenities miles beyond the last electrical hookup. (ARA) - If you've already experienced the serenity and fun of camping with your towable recreational vehicle (RV), you know the freedom of getting away. Now you can travel even farther and discover your own quiet haven in nature. Without leaving every convenience behind, your family can dine amidst tall pines, identify constellations in clear night skies and then flip on the lights to enjoy a favorite novel before turning in. New products such as quiet, dependable power sources can make comfort and security part of your travels, w  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Dan Baldyga 
 Article Title :: Newspaper Information And/Or Police Reports Regard
Newspaper Information And/Or Police Reports Regarding Your Motor Vehicle Accident by: Dan Baldyga As the accident victim you should check to see if there were newspaper accounts reporting the accident. If there were clip out the relevant articles and save them. The area’s local newspapers should also be checked for the possibility that they may have published a synopsis of the weather on the day of the accident. Upon clipping out such an item a notation should be made indicating the name of the newspaper, plus the date and page, etc. Review these write-up’s closely because a photograph may be available via those articles. If that’ so, go to the newspaper office (or make a teleph  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew D'luko 
 Article Title :: What to Remember When Purchasing Your Car
What to Remember When Purchasing Your Car by: Andrew D'luko Buying a new car is the second most expensive thing most consumers buy. Next to houses of course. That is why it is important to know all the tips on making car buying easy and less stressful. Think about the car model and features you will want. Also think about how much you are willing to spend and STICK TO IT. Car salesmen are almost always paid on commission which means all they want is your purchase. Also, don’t be hasty or feel rushed into making a decision. If you are not sure about something, come back later. Check books and magazines at the library or surf the internet for useful information on prices and features  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Jay Fran 
 Article Title :: Welcome To The World Of "Upside Down" Motorcycle L
Welcome To The World Of "Upside Down" Motorcycle Loans! by: Jay Fran With the depreciation on motorcycles being so enormous after they are driven off the showroom floor, the potential for a buyer owing more on their motorcycle loan than the bike is worth it quite high. Owing more on your bike than it is worth is often referred to as the world of “up side Down#8221;. Many people finding themselves in this situation discover that financial lessons are sometimes the hardest and most expensive to learn. Motorcycle loans of more than 48 months (especially without a down payment) put you in the position of owing more than the value of the bike. Let’s take a look at this phenomen  (read full article)
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