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21-10-2020, 21:40
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How to Reset a Volvo Oil Light
Your Volvo is a highly intuitive vehicle and will let you know that you need to change your oil every 3,000 miles (4,800 km) or so by displaying a light on your instrument panel behind your steering wheel. Once you change your oil, you can easily turn off the oil light by following a specific sequence of commands on your instrument panel to reset your Volvo’s internal computer without
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21-10-2020, 19:10
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Your battery can be too weak to start your car for a number of reasons, including a loss of charge from cold weather, age, or leaving the lights on overnight. Whatever the cause, you can use jumper cables to connect the dead battery to a live one. Make sure both batteries are the same size, then carefully begin clamping the cables in place. The dead battery may then receive enough of a
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21-10-2020, 15:40
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How to Tint Tail Lights
For many people, their car is more than just a means of transportation; it is also a reflection of their personality. Tinted tail lights are becoming increasingly popular as they are a fun and easy way of personalizing your car's appearance. Taillight tinting can be done by professionals or right in your home garage. All you need are a few simple instructions and some easy-to-find
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21-10-2020, 10:40
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How to Clean Chrome Wheels
Chrome wheels look shiny and beautiful when they’re brand new, but they can quickly get caked with dirt, dust, and other debris. Restore the shine in your wheels by simply cleaning them with some chrome wheel cleaner and a soft cloth. After you put in a little bit of cleaning effort, your chrome wheels will be gleaming in no time.
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20-10-2020, 13:00
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How to Deactivate OnStar
This wikiHow teaches you how to cancel your OnStar service, as well as how to prevent OnStar from collecting your driving data after cancellation. Although you can simply unsubscribe from the service, the OnStar hardware continues to track how you use your vehicle, even if you remove its fuse. The only way to completely eliminate OnStar is to physically disconnect the module from your
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19-10-2020, 08:10
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How to Restore Lost Power in an Old Car
As cars get older, they lose power due to wear and tear. Sometimes this can cause a negative effect on fuel economy and/or emissions. Furthermore, the car will become less exciting to drive. This article may help you to restore your car's performance to the manufacturers' specifications without adding extreme modifications. Get started at step number one below.
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18-10-2020, 00:30
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How to Charge Your Electric Car
If you have an electric car, finding ways to charge it is very important. There are several different types of chargers and some are slower than others. Regularly charge your vehicle at home through an outlet or charging station to keep your battery as full as possible. Public charging stations are still uncommon, so be sure to plan out your routes to take advantage of the best ones
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16-10-2020, 20:40
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How to Drive an ATV
All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), otherwise known as quads, are popular vehicles used on all types of land. While you don’t need a license to drive these vehicles, you do need to learn how to operate them safely. Before riding an ATV, you need to acquaint yourself with different parts, like the brakes and throttle. Once you’ve started up the vehicle, focus on maintaining proper posture to
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16-10-2020, 15:00
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How to Find a Good Auto Mechanic
In a world where few people know their vehicle's workings, it's good to know how to find the right person to keep you up and running. With just a few tips, you'll be driving comfortably for years to come.
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16-10-2020, 03:50
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How to Take Care of Automotive Batteries
It's very important not to let corrosion set it in on your battery terminals. Once corrosion sets in, your car will randomly fail to start due to electrical contact being lost between battery and cable. Especially common with GM vehicles. Read on for more details.