In this cycle, we talk about the different parts of vehicles, problems that may occur in these parts, and how to fix them - along with the right tools and skills for the job. Check out our roster of stories in line for you:
● Having to replace your car’s air conditioning unit isn’t really that hard. Whether it’s taking it out and back in again or changing the unit as a whole, you can do it on your own.
● Douglas County locals are teaming up to help fund the soon-to-open The CarePlace, a medical clinic, through donations of recyclable materials.
● Matthew Wright, About.com’s resident automotive guide, is here to discuss about the proper wheel alignment in cars, along with other terms and things that you need to know about it.
● Have you ever wondered about how the “computers” inside our cars actually work? It’s a beautiful mapping, to be honest, and once you understand it fully, you’ll appreciate the mechanics behind it, even when it’s time to fix problems here and there.
● A wikiHow post details three separate manners on how alternator belts can be put on - and it doesn’t matter if the vehicle is American or Asian made.
● Finally, we talk more about the detailing and the insides of our cars. Knowing more about the blueprint can help us appreciate the work of diagnostic tools when we use them.