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Loose, defective or failing spark plugs, or spark-plug wires can be the reason behind some major engine trouble. You can actually read your spark plugs for helpful indications about how your engine is working. Knowing it's the spark plugs can save you considerable time and money at the auto-repair shop. If your plugs show that something is seriously wrong with your engine, ask a professional for an opinion.

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Are your headlights getting that yellow, foggy haze? Fogged headlight lenses not only make your car look worn out but also restrict the amount of light illuminating the road in front of you. As time passes, the headlight plastic scrapes and fades. Save money over expensive replacements, fix them yourself, it's quick, simple and easy best of all anyone can do it without special training or tools.

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Thinking of going on a road trip in the near future? Before you do so, you should have a look at your car to be certain that it is in good condition and running smooth. This will help you to drive safe and avoid any breakdowns or mechanical issues. Let's look at most of the auto maintenance related problems you could possibly encounter on a road trip and what you might do to prevent them.

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Tires are actually a vehicle's most important safety feature since they are a vehicle's only contact with the road. Finding the right tires for your vehicle is a crucial decision. Choosing the right tire depends on your vehicle, your driving style and the conditions you'll be driving in. What kind of tire should you look for? Here are some factors to consider:

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In terms of vehicle safety, the brake system is at the top of the list, so have your brakes inspected by a car service professional at least once a year. Understanding the key warning signs that your brakes may require maintenance will go a long way toward keeping you and others safe on the road.

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Cars are complicated machines and there are many things that can go wrong with them but car repair shops often see the same repairs repeatedly. Car repairs are rarely cheap, but with proper maintenance of the car you can minimize the cost and frequency of repairs. Here are the ten most common car repairs that repair shops fixed:

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Maintaining your car seats clean will not only keep your car looking nice, it can help hold its resale value. The type of seats you have will determine the cleaning method you should use. With some basic products and some time, you'll have your seats looking as clean as the day you drove the car off the lot.

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Proper maintenance of your car is essential for its long life and safe operation. It's really not that difficult to keep your car in good shape. Here are the basics:

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With a regular care you can keep even a very old car looking shiny like new. So, how to maintain your car in a good shape? The trick is to wash your car regularly, wax it from time to time and take care of minor scratches and chips timely. Discover ways to take care of your car with these car cleaning tips.

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There are many ways to clean your car, however, with water shortages and global warming , using water is sometimes not allowed. When you can't make use of a car wash, even little things can make a world of difference. This post will show that you do not need water to clean a car. The following are six techniques you can use to maintain the good looks of your car between car washes.

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If you're considering shopping for a used car, you're probably also looking to get maintenance records for the vehicle prior to buying it. At the very least, you will want to discuss with the seller to see exactly how well he or she has maintained the vehicle. You know you oil needs to be changed at regular, reasonable intervals. But what is a reasonable amount of time or mileage between oil changes? And should you back out of the deal if the changes are too irregular?

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Is it possible to fix a damaged car so well that it will be hard to spot any indications of an accident? Yes, any car can be reconditioned even after a very serious accident so that it would be very difficult to notice any difference. So, how can you find out if a used car has been previously involved in an accident?

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