From the factory with the spare’s valve stem pointing up, but you can flip it over and reinstall for easy checks and refills.
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Other than the obvious roles, there are other really, really good reasons you should have a welder in the shop.
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If gas vehicles are outlawed, will only outlaws have gas-powered vehicles?
A hole in your vehicle’s roof, no matter what you call it, is a great way to introduce new problems and complexities to the automobile.
DRLs can have the strange, unintended effect of hurting visibility overall.
If you’re using needle-nose pliers like I did for years, there’s a better way.
The in-dash cup holder on certain late ’90s to early 2000s F-150s, Expeditions and Navigators tends to break, but it’s easy to repair.
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Beam-types have a few advantages that keep them relevant. If your arsenal doesn’t include one, you might want to think about acquiring one.
I learned a trick from an old racer that works real well to bleed that rarely leaves me repeating my work.
Bleeding brakes is one of those jobs most of us know how to do, but when a hard-to-bleed system pops up, experienced techs have a few additional tricks up their sleeves to help get the job done.
Vehicle diagnosis is no walk in the park. Proper diagnosis is critical and difficult, and it shouldn’t be done without doing the work.