How To thoroughly Clean vehicle Lights
You should also check the turn signals of your vehicle. Make sure that they work just right. Check the signals if they respond to your directions. Also do check both front and rear signals as well as check the lenses if there are signs of damage or aging.
Get another remote and follow steps 2 through 4 to program it into the car's alarm system. When you have finished, remove the key from the ignition and test the remotes by pressing any button.
Ever have a fuse blow and find yourself with no replacements handy? Here are two methods that will get you back on the road. If the fuse is the old glass enclosed type just wrap a gum wrapper around the fuse and put it back into the socket. The foil will act as a conductor and the circuit will be alive again.
The first thing you should always do before you work on your vehicle is find a repair manual for it. a repair manual does more then tell you how to fix things, it also tells you the specifics about your vehicle. For instance it will tell you the type of belts your car needs to operate. This will be extremely useful when you go looking for one at your local auto parts store near me.
HHO, sometimes called Brown's gas, is created by electrolysis. A small amount of water and a small charge of electricity from your car battery is used to create this powerful gas. The process may sound complicated, but with a good set of plans, available from companies like Water4Gas and Centemax, among many others, it is really a simple do it yourself project. Parts for the project are easily obtainable from any hardware or auto store near me. They should cost less than $50. The plans, or blueprints will cost anywhere from $50 to $150, depending upon how much after the sale technical help is offered.
17. Carry an emergency kit with you: On the chance you do end up getting stuck, carry an emergency survival kit with you. I will write an article in greater depth about your family's car survival kit, go here and click the "Suscribe" button twice to keep up to date for when I write this article.
The first place to look is your local auto parts near me. These places always have a wide range of parts and accessories, and with Chevy trucks being such a common and popular truck they are bound to stock Chevrolet parts.
A "Rain Tire" is specially designed with a wide groove in the center and a tread design that channels water away. This leads to improved traction and better control of your vehicle, especially if you have to brake hard on wet pavement.
If you are having running problems and the spark and compression check out OK then its fuel. Either too rich or gasoline has gone to gel and plugged up the jets in the carburetor or in some cases too lean. Motorcycle carburetors have two kinds of jets which are simple brass plugs with a metered hole in them to allow for fuel flow. You can remove the carburetors and remove the jets(one main jet and one pilot jet) and clean them. Take care not to gouge the soft brass and use a small piece of copper wire to poke out the gelled gasoline using carburetor cleaner or B-12 Chem Tool.
Next morning, no start. I then stripped the wire, and connected it to the battery terminal; jump started the car, and presto!! The digital volt indicator went up above normal line, and was putting out 14..... I went immediately over to my local mechanic to check the charging system...Showed 14...PROBLEM SOLVED....NOT SO FAST.