Audi Q7 Transmission Won't Shift

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Vehicle: 2014 Audi Q7 Quattro (4LB), V6-3.0L DSL Turbo (CNRB),…

DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle: Replace a Broken Wheel Stud

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Wheel studs keep the wheels attached to the hub. Naturally, wheel…
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8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #8 - Fuel Filter Replacement

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8. Fuel Filter Replacement Tools You Need: New fuel filter,…
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8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #7 - Brake Pads

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7. Brake Pads Tools You Need: Lug wrench, C-clamp, open-end…
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8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #6 - Radiator Flush

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6. Radiator Flush Tools You Need: Phillips-head screwdriver…
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8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #5 - Battery Maintenance

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5. Battery Maintenance Tools You Need: Wrenches, corrosion-removal…

8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #4 - Oil and Oil Filter

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4. Oil and Oil Filter Tools You Need: Ratchet, oil filter…

8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #3 - Spark Plugs

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3. Spark Plugs Tools You Need: Ratchet or socket wrench,…

8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #2 - Windshield Wipers

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2. Windshield Wipers Tools You Need: None Time to…

8 DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle #1 - Air Filter

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1. Air Filter Tools You Need: None Time to Complete: 10…

Different Types of Oil Filters and How They Work

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Oil is the lifeblood of the engine in your car or truck (or motorcycle, boat, airplane, tractor and so on). Plain and simple. But as the oil circulates through the engine, it picks up any number of contaminants (in simple terms, dirt). That dirt can obviously damage your engine. And over time, that dirt can bring the engine to its death.

How to Inspect and Replace Vehicle Lighting

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Although vehicle lighting is paramount to safety, the inspection and/or replacement of the various lights on your car or truck are less involved than you might believe.

How To Maintain Your Car's Fluid Levels

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Just like a human being, your car needs fluids to survive. If they were taken away, your vehicle would quickly find its way to the shoulder and beg for a drink.

How To Tow a Trailer

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Two of the most important things to have when you tow are basic common sense and the ability to adjust your driving. In other words, when towing, everything you do while driving needs to be done at about half the speed when compared to driving without a trailer. When you turn, go much slower. When you accelerate, do it much easier. When you brake, allow yourself a great deal more space to stop. And when you change lanes, allow room for your vehicle and the trailer.

How To Check Your Car's Tire Pressure and Inflate Tires

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Drive Safely While Saving Money and Gas

Steps for Changing a Flat Tire

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When You're Stranded, Don't Panic. Here's What To Do...

10 Steps to Selling Your Car

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How to list, price, negotiate and close the deal on your car.

Fix a Snapped Timing Belt

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Your engine's timing belt is the most important maintenance item in your car. What happens when this component gives up the ghost, and how hard is it to fix by yourself?

#1 Transmission Shop In Ohio

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We at A Team are honored to have been rated the #1 Transmission Repair facility out of 180 surveyed by Expertise.
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Car Battery Maintenance

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Unlike many toys, your vehicle actually comes with a battery. But your car battery won't keep working without some diligence on your part. Before we get into the maintenance tips, there are a few things worth knowing about automotive batteries, which will help you understand exactly what they do.
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Top 10 Tips for taking care of your transmission.

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Learn the top 10 tips for making your transmission last as long as you need it to.
ENGINE REPAIR

Repair or Replace Your Engine?

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An engine failure is always bad news because it involves making some major decisions: Should you spend your money to replace your old engine? Or would it be smarter to get rid of your old car or truck and buy another? Is your old engine repairable? Or will it have to be replaced with a new, remanufactured or used engine? Which of these options is the best way to go, and which will give you the best return for your investment?

Touch-Up Paint Options for Your Car

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Repaint Scratches and Road Rash Without Dropping a Bundle