Tips for Fixing a Dent in Your Car Door

Posted on: 17 December 2015

If your car has been in an accident, the damage can range from minimal to extensive. If you are lucky and only have a dent in your door, it is possible to correct the dent on your own. You can re-skin the door that is dented and it will look just like new. Door re-skinning is a great option because it does not require any welding. Before you start the process, though, there are a few tips that you need to remember.
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How to Tell If There's Problem with Your Cylinder Heads

Posted on: 19 November 2015

You may be able to manage with damages in some parts of your car but your cylinder head is not one of them. Along with the head gasket, the cylinder head seals the top of the cylinders in the combustion engine to create a combustion chamber. In this chamber, valves, spark plugs and fuel injectors are able to feed air and fuel into the combustion chamber safely and efficiently. Given its function, damage to the cylinder head could have dangerous results such as the engine overheating due to loss of coolant, causing it to blow up while you drive.
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What to do to make sure you are operating with high quality hydraulic oil

Posted on: 3 November 2015

If you're operating hydraulic equipment, you are aware of the importance of the proper use of hydraulic oil. In any sort of transporting, or construction equipment, the hydraulic system needs to be working at top condition for the vehicle to be able to perform at its maximum capacity. There are things you can do to make sure your hydraulic oil serves the system in the best way possible. Constant temperature
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Tips On How To Jump-Start Your Car

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Learning the skill of jump-starting a car using another car's battery can come in handy during an emergency, where emergency in this case refers to the failure of your car battery. A car battery may succumb to failure due to various reasons, including corrosion on the terminals, a bad alternator, and old age. When it comes to age, a car battery should be able to work for around 3 to 5 years.
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