I wanted to implement this idea for a long time. Service stickers that would tell maintenance history of the vehicle right away so there will be no need to guess what was done and when. Took me a while to get proper equipment for this task but finally it looks the way I want it!
Here is what happened to 2004 Chevy Optra (aka Daewoo Lacetti). Head gasket blown and upon removing cylinder head I found the head gasket in condition like this
I must admit, when I first came to Grande Prairie from Ireland the whole need for “brake service” seemed questionable for me. I thought I’ve done any work imaginable around brake system from simple pads replacing to repairs on ABS systems or overhauling calipers or hydraulic cylinders. What the hell is “brake service” if not
My best part got a new car for herself recently. Obviously it is me who is bound to work on it as long as the car is going stay with us so I’ve done a bit of preparation to make my life easier in future.
I am sure you’ve heard million times that regular service of your vehicle saves your money in a long run. This is true, but not in a way many shops like to tell you. Its not number of flushes, replaced filters and completed brake jobs that saves your money. If you do two transmission flushes in
Here is very simple reason for vibration when driving. Snow and mud stuck to inside of the wheel rim very often is a cause in our area. Better remove it as soon and as good as you can, otherwise tire develops flat spots and would require re-balancing to get rid of vibration. Consider my advise just
If you have a battery leaking acid like this – it is done. Scrap it even if that battery is still able to start an engine. Acid fumes leaking from the battery would do more corrosion damage than you save on holding onto this battery. Battery terminals and wires, main fuse holders, battery holders and battery tray