How to Clean an Engine Bay

Find out how to clean an engine bay the right way and learn what not to do as our mechanic Andy gives some tips in this article and video to help you get your engine bay clean like a pro.

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How to Prevent Rust on Your Car

To prevent rust on your car can you wash it regularly, keep it clean, clear any drain plugs, and attack any surface rust. This article and video reviews how to prevent rust from growing on your car or truck, especially GM vehicles like the Suburban, Tahoe, and even the Escalade.

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How to Remove a Stripped Lug Nut or Spinning Lug Nut Cap

If you have a spinning lug nut cover or a stripped lug nut, you may be wondering how to remove it. Our experts in this article and video reveal how to remove a stuck lug nut cap and a stripped lug nut with some simple methods.

Fix a stripped lug nut or spinning lug nut cover yourself with quality auto parts and tips at 1aauto.com
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How to Remove Rust from a Car Before It Becomes a Hole

Surface rust on your car can be unsightly and worsen over time. If you have rust on your vehicle and you want it fixed before it turns into a hole, this guide and video explains how to remove rust from your car in a few steps.

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Engine Misfire? How to Diagnose Trouble Code P0303

If you have an engine misfire, which will feel like a rough idle or rough running engine while driving, and a check engine light for trouble code P0303, it means there is an issue with cylinder 3 on your engine. This article explains what to do and how to fix this problem if you’re experiencing it.

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Rough Idle? Weak Acceleration? How to Diagnose and Clean a Throttle Body

If your car, truck, or SUV has a rough idle and is slow to accelerate, there may be a problem with the throttle body. Our experts in this article and video explain how to inspect and clean a throttle body and review other potential causes of weak acceleration and a rough idle.

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Spongy or Soft Brake Pedal? How to Diagnose and Fix a Brake Pedal that Goes to the Floor

If your brake pedal goes to the floor or feels soft and spongy when depressed, brake system parts like the brake master cylinder, brake booster, brake lines, brake hoses, brake caliper, brake pads, or the brake rotor could be faulty. In this article and video, our experts review how to inspect the brake system to find out what’s causing a soft brake pedal and how to fix it.

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