DIY Catalytic Converter Repair Tips: Easy Way to Install a Stolen or Broken Catalytic Converter

If you have a catalytic converter that was stolen or is broken, this catalytic converter kit featured in the video below is an easy replacement part that fits directly and won’t require welding. This means you can do a DIY catalytic converter repair, save money, and possibly have a better install than with a professional.

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Oil Filter Housing Leak? How to Fix It Yourself

An oil leak at the top of the engine, along the sides, or making a puddle under your car are signs that the oil filter housing could be leaking. To see if your car or truck’s oil filter housing has a leak, check out these tips and instructions to fix it yourself and learn more about diagnosing oil leaks with this article and video.

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Bad MAF Sensor Symptoms and How to Check One Yourself

If you have a rough running engine or one of these other symptoms of a bad MAF sensor shown in this video, follow these steps to inspect the mass air flow sensor.

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Windshield Keeps Fogging Up? Sweet Smell from Your Car Vents? Tips to Diagnose & Fix the Heater Core

If your windshield keeps fogging up or you have a sweet smell from your car vents, there might be a problem with the heater core. Follow these tips to find out why this happens and how you can fix and prevent a foggy windshield or sweet smell in your car.

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Airbag Light Meaning & How to Fix One on a GM Vehicle

You might be driving around and notice the dash turns on the airbag light, meaning it’s time to diagnose the airbag system. If the airbag light is on in your GM vehicle, find out a common cause of this problem and how to fix it yourself with these tips.

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Car Heat Blowing Cold Air? Tips to Check the Blend Door Actuator

If your car heat is blowing cold air when you try to turn it on, there might be an issue with the vent door or the blend door actuator. Find out how this can cause this problem, how to fix it, and other parts that can leave your car blowing cold air when you turn on the heat with these tips in this video from our expert mechanic Andy.

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Top 5 Ford Escape Issues: 2nd Generation (2008 to 2012)

This post and video reviews the top 5 most common Ford Escape issues of the 2nd generation, years 2008 to 2012. Learn the typical problems owners are known to have with the 2008 to 2012 Ford Escape and their fixes with these tips.

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