Three Unique Sources For Used Car Parts And Original Car Restorations

Posted on: 30 November 2015

If you want to restore a car, you may be considering custom improvements. There are also restorations that use all original parts, which can sometimes be difficult to find. You may have to rebuild parts for your restoration, as well as find parts from other sources for your repairs. Here are some tips to help you find all the parts you need for your classic car restoration: 1. Rebuilding Parts For Your Car That Cannot Be Replaced
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How Do You Troubleshoot Your Radiator?

Posted on: 25 August 2015

Your vehicle's radiator is a very important part of the overall cooling system. When there is a problem with the radiator, your car could overheat and cause even more problems. It is important that you look at different causes for a radiator to malfunction and get repairs done before the issue worsens. Here are some things to check if you are having trouble with the radiator. Check the Thermostat One of the more common problems with a radiator actually has to do with the thermostat.
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How To Fix Garage Door Extension Springs

Posted on: 29 June 2015

If you're having trouble opening your garage door, it could be the extension springs. Extension springs resemble the coils in a box springs mattress and they are commonly mounted on the overhead tracks on each side of the door. The springs are held in place by safety cables to keep them from breaking off and damaging a vehicle or injuring a driver. Here are some tips to replace a broken garage door extension springs.
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Wise Car-Owner: Is The Problem Your IAC Valve? Fix It Yourself

Posted on: 11 May 2015

The IAC valve or the idle air control valve is an important part of your vehicle, and it is easy to replace. This little compartment regulates the amount of air that goes into your engine while it's idling. The following guide will show you a few signs that your valve has gone bad and how to replace it. Symptoms Of A Bad IAC Valve Look out for the following signs of a bad idle air control valve:
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