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Kevlar Brakes vs. Sintered Brakes

There's no hyperbole in saying there are nearly as many different kinds of brake pads as there are kinds of tires or cars on the road. The brake ...

How to Change the Map Light on a 2004 Ford F-150

The 2004 Ford F-150 pickup is equipped with dual overhead map lights. The lights are part of the overhead console assembly. To turn on a 2004 F-150 ...

How to Replace a Mazda 6 Drive Belt

Inspection and replacement of the serpentine drive belt on your Mazda 6 will keep the belt from failing and leaving you stranded. The serpentine belt ...

C4 Corvette 40th Anniversary Specifications

In 1953, Chevrolet debuted its sporty Corvette, and production of this iconic vehicle continues today. The 40th edition celebrated the long running ...

How to Order a Car From the Factory

Eventually, cars wear out from all the demands put on them. Buying a car off the lot from a dealership is a common way you may replace your old car, ...

How to Repair a Textured Plastic Bumper

Many vehicle manufacturers have opted for textured bumpers on their vehicles, making bumper repairs a little more tricky. Most mechanics will just ...

The Location of Transmission Speed Sensors

A typical car needs to have its speed constantly monitored by internal engine sensors. Sensors, such as the vehicle speed sensor, allow the ...

How Do Snow Plows Work?

Anyone who has ever struggled with a snow shovel knows that the more snow you push, the more strength you need to do it. Unlike snow blowers and ...

How to Find a BMW Vehicle's Maintenance History

Regularly servicing your BMW is not only essential to keep the vehicle in working order, it is required to maintain the manufacturer’s ...