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Tips for Choosing your First Mechanics Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/31/2013 to Mechanic Hand Tools
Choosing your first mechanical hand tools set really depends on the type of work you’re going to be doing. If you are working on older cars, you will possibly only need what is known as imperial tools.

Summary of Posts: March 31st 2013

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/31/2013 to Info News
It’s all about DIY projects and repairs for this cycle! Bring out the weekend repairman in you as we take you along for the ride.

The Right Auto Hand Tools for the Job

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/30/2013 to Info News
Most amateur garage mechanics make the mistake of just grabbing all auto hand tools in sight whenever they embark on a new DIY project, whether it’s to repair the vehicle or to replace a part that has worn out.

Auto Hand Tools for Brake Pad Replacement

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/29/2013 to Info News
Before you start any auto repair or part replacement, be sure that you’ve prepared everything that you need first-hand.

Which Car Air Conditioning Tools Do You Need?

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/28/2013 to Info News
Is your car’s air conditioning a bit off lately? Is it not getting as cold or as warm as you would like it to be?

Automotive Scan Tools 101

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/27/2013 to Info News
You’ve noticed that your check engine light has been getting your attention for a while now, but what does that really mean?

Using Automotive Alignment Tools for Car Repairs

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/26/2013 to Info News
Car alignment is very important for keeping it straight on the road. Sometimes, we just lose the right alignment along the way.

A Fear of Automotive Repair Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/25/2013 to Info News
Many people venture into DIY repair of their cars while others remain cautious, afraid they’ll do more damage than good.

Choosing Your Automotive Repair Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/24/2013 to Mechanic Hand Tools
Have you ever done any automobile repair? Even if you haven’t, anyone who owns a car is probably going to end up doing some repairs in the future.

Summary of Posts: March 24th 2013

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/24/2013
For this cycle, we take a look at the different auto industry news and stories that are buzzing around the country - from the rising cost of auto repair services to students learning the skills to locals complaining about the speed of services.

Preparing for Automotive Repair Tools and Costs

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/23/2013 to Info News
Have you ever had the experience of driving - or dragging or towing or pushing - your car to the repair shop only to be caught off guard by the ridiculously high costs of their services?

Why it Took Months for the Automotive Repair Tools to Work

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/22/2013 to Info News
A couple of things people look for in a car repair shop are good automotive repair tools and fast results.

Automotive Repair Tools and Costs

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/21/2013 to Info News
Is your car making funny sounds and movements, or just plainly acting weird? You better get to the problem sooner than later.

Time to Learn How Automotive Tools Work

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/20/2013 to Info News
A report says that the already skyrocketing costs of auto repair will continue to rise, particularly for collision damages.

Less Need for Automotive Tools?

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/19/2013 to Info News
According to reports from J.D. Power & Associates, the reliability of cars being produced is improving over the years.

Students Win Automotive Repair Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/18/2013 to Info News
The North American International Auto Show was held last January, where four students and their teacher won the grand prize in one of the contests (Tech-Trek).

A Guide on Changing Fuel Filters

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/17/2013 to Engine Tools
The fuel filter is responsible for keeping the macro particles present in the fuel trapped, which is very important because, through the right filtering method, you are letting the fuel filter prevent the bigger particles from getting into the interiors of the car engine.

Summary of Posts: March 17th 2013

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/17/2013 to Info News
We talk about a number of DIY projects this cycle, as well as some lessons on the proper use of the auto repair tools that we see in the garage. For some inspiration, we also featured a Russian engineer’s project that used car parts, some tools, and tree parts, to create every kid’s ultimate fantasy. Check these out and a whole lot more:

The Benefits of Automotive Diagnostic Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/16/2013 to Info News
In past cycles, we have talked about the different uses of automotive diagnostic tools. This time around, we’re here to emphasize why everybody should consider using them before making any repairs – especially on their own.

Using Automotive Diagnostic Tools with Alignment Problems

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/15/2013 to Info News
Sometimes, when our car makes an odd noise or runs unlike it used to, we know that there’s a problem.

Deciding on Using Automotive Repair Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/14/2013 to Info News
We always think that we can take care of our vehicle’s problems on our own. As long as we have the right automotive repair tools for the job, we’re all good.

Make a Car Dog Hammock with Automotive Tools

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/13/2013 to Info News
If you have dogs, you know how uneasy they can get in the car ? especially during really long road trips.

Using Automotive Repair Tools to Save Money

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/12/2013 to Info News
If you think that you’re the only self-proclaimed mechanic out there, you’re very wrong. In fact, there is a survey in the UK that shows at least 10% of motorists use their own automotive repair tools to fix car problems on their own.

Automotive Tools + Trees + Spare Parts = Playground

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/11/2013 to Info News
Andrei Salnikov is a Russian engineer who created an amazing DIY project with his bare hands (and a couple of automotive tools).

Automotive Must-Have Tools For Basic DIY Car Maintenance

Posted by Chris Smith on 3/10/2013 to Mechanic Hand Tools
If you’re planning to perform your own DIY car care, you should consider getting your own set of basic automotive tools.
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