Learning More About Cars

Finding Used Auto Parts To Fix Your Classic Vehicle

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If you have a classic car that you wish to restore on your own, you are most likely excited about the outcome you will obtain when you are completely finished with the project. Sometimes those who wish to work on an older vehicle find that it is difficult to obtain specific parts for their vehicle’s model, as they are no longer made. Here are some ideas one can use to find parts for an older vehicle when just getting started in the hobby of classic car restoration. Read More»

FAQ About Buying Used Car Parts

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Does your car need a few replacement parts before you can drive it around? If you don’t have a large budget for investing in numerous new parts, the best solution might be to purchase used parts instead. Take a look at this article for the answers to a few of the questions that you might have about buying used auto parts. How Old Are Used Parts? You can find used parts that are a variety of different ages. Read More»

2 Common Causes Of High Oil Consumption In Cars

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Oil leaks are a common automotive problem, yet one that many people learn to live with instead of correcting. Not only does this approach mean you’ll be paying way more for oil than you should, but it may also leave your car susceptible to more serious issues. If you’ve noticed that your car seems to be consuming an excessive amount of oil, read on. This article will introduce you to two common causes of high oil consumption. Read More»

Compare And Contrast: Halogen Versus Xenon Headlight Bulbs

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One common way to learn that your need a new headlight bulb for you vehicle is driving with only one without knowing about the problem and being honked at repeatedly by other drivers until you realize what the issue is. Unfortunately, another way involves being pulled over by the law enforcement in your area and being given a rather expensive ticket for accidentally driving with just one headlight. Regardless, if either of those situations have led to you standing,bewildered, on the aisle of the auto parts store that seems to have a million and one different types of bulbs for headlights with no idea as to which one would be the best choice for your vehicle, the following information will be very helpful. Read More»

How to Change a Car Fuse

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Having a blown fuse usually means there has been a circuit overload in your vehicle’s system. It’s much like changing one in your home. It may take a little patience to get the job done, but it’s a simple procedure if you use these simple pointers. First Things First Be sure you have the vehicle ignition in the off position.  Check the owner’s manual to locate the fuse panel. In most vehicles, it will be under the steering wheel. Read More»