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Car windows, whether they are operated electrically or manually, are moved up and down via a regulator within the door panel. When this regulator is damaged or the window falls off of its track, the window will fall into the door panel. A number of things can be wrong with a fallen car window, so it should be repaired by a professional mechanic. In the meantime, however, the window can get a quick-fix before it is taken in for repairs.   1 Grab the window and push it up until it's... + read more
Waxing is as important as washing..
Everyone knows how to wash and wax a car. Or, do they? We tend to get rusty in the off-season, so here are some spring training tips. Keep cool It is best to wash your car when the car's surface is cool. A cool morning is ideal, but if you are not a morning person, simply find a shady spot to avoid water-spotting the car before you get a chance to dry it. A cloudy or overcast day is a better time to wash, as long as rain isn't in the forecast. Drops of... + read more
Wiper blades should be replaced every six months to a year or as soon as you notice a difference in driving visibility. When wiper blades no longer make proper contact with the windshield surface, they can begin to squeak, chatter, skip, smear or streak reducing driving visibility. When inspecting wiper blades, look for the following: Broken frame – detachment of frame arms at joints or connection points. Metal Corrosion – especially at joints and claws. Visible... + read more
The four tires on your vehicle are the only things separating you from the road. Are you giving them as much attention as they warrant? Proper tire inflation, tread depth, alignment and rotation can add up to a safer, more cost-efficient ride. Tire Pressure When it comes to tire pressure, you want to strike a happy medium. Over-inflated tires ride roughly and wear prematurely at the center of their tread. Under-inflated tires decrease fuel economy, cause imprecise handling, wear... + read more
Check Your Oil.
Fluid Level Check Various fluids provide cooling, cleaning, lubricating, and/or sealing to vehicle components. Components of various systems take different types of fluids. The do-it-yourselfer can maintain the different systems by simply checking fluid levels and conditions. This section will guide you through correctly checking and adding fluids to vital vehicle components. Types of Fluids It is critical that you check the owner’s manual for the correct type of fluid that is... + read more


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