How To Change A Front Wheel Bearing
Tire pressure is affected by temperature. Identically inflated tires will show different pressures if one has been driven and one has not. The "hot" tire that has been driven will show higher pressure than the "cold" tire that has not been driven. It is important to understand this difference between hot and cold pressure.
TThe next thing you need is to get the parts to stop the leak. If it is a pinhole leak all you need is a small piece of soft rubber, and a pipe clamp. Try to find a clamp that is close to the size of the pipe. You can usually find these at the local hardware or auto parts near me. Make sure the rubber is soft so it will close the leak when you tighten the clamp.
Go to your local auto parts store near me, Such as AutoZone, and take the belt with you if you can. Ask the Person behind the desk for if they have the belt for your specific vehicle. They probably do. But if they don't they will probably have to order it. If you have an older car you might be able to just get a belt of the right size so remember to look in your repair manual.
Replacing spark plugs is not difficult, if they are located in a place on your engine block where you have enough room to reach them with a socket wrench. I usually start by taking out the first plug on the left side of the engine block. The spark plug wire is carefully removed. Then I put the socket wrench over the spark plug and turn the wrench counter clockwise until the plug comes loose.
Many of the products that you use to clean your car are very acidic and can harm your paint, your expensive aluminum wheels and the plastic trim on the outside of your vehicle. There are however water based products at your favorite auto store near me that clean just as successfully as the toxic products. So be careful when selecting which product you want to use. Using the toxic cleaners and especially if you do not wipe all of the chemical off, can cause long-term damage to your car, the environment and you.
The jack that came with your car is almost certainly a type of jack called a screw jack. And there you are straining to work the jack under the car and trying to manipulate the long flimsy crank rod that came with it in an effort to raise the car. And what if you happen to have a flat on a steep incline? That jack will let your car fall and maybe it will be when you have your hand or arm in an unfortunate location? Suppose you are in mud or soft soil trying to change a tire? Get this floor jack. u pick auto parts near me is only about 24 inches long, it is flat, stable and will raise your car in about 15 seconds with a minimum of effort. Well worth the investment.