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©How I Spot Bad Paint and Panel Gaps When I’m Looking at a Used Car

How I Spot Bad Paint and Panel Gaps When I’m Looking at a Used Car

The main thing to look for when inspecting a car’s body is consistency. Paint and panel gaps should be uniform.
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©My Land Rover Discovery Is Gone. Here’s What I Learned From 10 Months of Wrenching

My Land Rover Discovery Is Gone. Here’s What I Learned From 10 Months of Wrenching

The Discovery is sold, but it won’t be my last Land Rover.
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©How To Change a Brake Light

How To Change a Brake Light

It’s only slightly harder than screwing in a light bulb.
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©Greg Peters Teaches Wrenchers the Valuable Lesson of Process of Elimination

Greg Peters Teaches Wrenchers the Valuable Lesson of Process of Elimination

This is good advice for any DIY wrencher, with any amount of experience.
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©How To Touch Up Car Paint

How To Touch Up Car Paint

A quick touch-up can make a big difference.
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©Audi A4/S4: The Car Autance (B5; 1996-2002)

Audi A4/S4: The Car Autance (B5; 1996-2002)

These swift Audis were truly legendary. They’re not expensive to buy these days, but they do need to be taken care of.
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©The Real Part Wasn’t Available, So I Fixed a Boost Leak With a Tire Patch

The Real Part Wasn’t Available, So I Fixed a Boost Leak With a Tire Patch

Cheap repairs are the most fun kind of repairs.
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©How To Detail a Car

How To Detail a Car

Get your car looking spiffy in a jiffy with these tips.
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©How Often Should You Change Oil?

How Often Should You Change Oil?

The most important step is keeping a record.
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©How To Fix a Cracked Bumper

How To Fix a Cracked Bumper

That’ll buff right out, after you follow these steps.
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