AC Stops Blowing Cold Air? How to Inspect the AC Condenser

If in your car the AC stops blowing cold air, there could be a problem with the AC condenser. This is especially true if the car has been in a fender bender, as the condenser sits at the front of the vehicle and can be damaged easily. Find out how to tell if the AC condenser is bad yourself with the tips in this article and video if you’re having problems with the air conditioning (AC) in your car.

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Car Stalls While Driving? How to Diagnose and Fix

If you notice your car stalls while driving, this article and video reviews some parts you can inspect to see what could be the cause. You could have an issue with the throttle body. While the throttle body usually turns on the check engine light if it has an issue, this isn’t always the case, and we’ll show you what to look for and what to do to tell if it’s making your engine stall.

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Oil Change: Tools Needed, How to Change the Oil in Your Car, When to Change the Oil Filter, and More

It’s important to change your engine’s oil. When you should can vary depending on the car you drive. In this post and video you’ll find out how and when to do an oil change, the tools needed to do this job, how to change the oil filter, and more.

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Engine Squeaks? What Parts to Diagnose and How

If you hear your engine squeaks when running your car, there could be a problem with the belts or the water pump. We show you how to check the belts and how to check the water pump if the problem is not with the belts.

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Where to Add Oil in a Car, How to Add Oil, and How to Check the Oil Level

Learn how to check oil in any vehicle. This video and guide will show you how to find out what kind of oil you need, where to add oil in your car, and how to check the oil level. We demonstrate how to do this on a 1998 Ford Explorer.

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Check Engine Light Flashing and Car Shaking? How to Diagnose Misfires

If your check engine light is flashing and your car is shaking, you’ll want to diagnose your car for a misfire. This is the most common reason a check engine light will flash and cause a rough running engine that can lose power. In this article and video, we review what can cause a flashing check engine light and a shaking sensation in your car, and how to tell if a misfire is causing this yourself by diagnosing the ignition system.

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Mini Cooper Problems: 2nd Generation (2007 to 2013)

The Mini Cooper has existed for three generations and is currently in its 3rd. This article and video reviews the top 5 Mini Cooper problems owners have experienced with the 2nd generation, years 2007 to 2013.

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