Take it from an auto mechanic who has been working on cars for years now, without the right tools, you’ll never get done solving your car problems. Here are some helpful pieces of information to get you started:
● It’s good when you repair your own car because this saves you a lot of money. However, before the cash, safety comes first. Jack stands will help keep you safe when you work under your car. Allen Teal shares six valuable tips on how to use this tool.
● When doing some repair jobs, it really gets annoying when you can’t get a good grip on something. This is when pliers can come in handy. Learn more of this tool in this post at howstuffworks.com.
● Bob Schindler discusses two important factors that play a major role in making proper torquing a part of your standard work.
● Car jack, tire wrench, ratchet and socket set, and pliers are the basic tools for car repair. Check out this article from Lanh Ma to know how these tools work and which ones you might need.
● When no other wrenches are working, an impact wrench will save you. Here’s how this powerful tool works.
● Lastly, we have a full discussion on why proper torquing is necessary and what availability and management reinforcement can do about its effective implementation on job sites.