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All Info About Auto Repair: Top 10 DIY Jobs
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Top 10 DIY Jobs

Here is a list of the most common DIY jobs. With a little practice and experience, you can become as proficient at them as a professional mechanic and save yourself hundreds of dollars.

How to Change Your Oil
There's a small initial investment for supplies, but you'll make that back the first time you do it yourself.
How to Change Your Air Filter
The air filter and positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve are important parts of your vehicle's fuel system.
Replacing Your Fuel Filter
Even a small piece of dirt can damage a fuel injector, resulting in erratic performance, poor gas mileage and complete engine shutdown.
Replacing Your Spark Plugs
For maximum fuel economy and peak engine performance, your spark plugs should be replaced every 2 years or 30,000 miles.
How to Change Your Battery
A battery can last four to five years with proper care, although battery failure can occur in as little as three years in very cold or hot climates.
Replacing Your Disc Brake Pads
These instructions will help you change the disc pads on most popular vehicles. Be sure to READ these instructions completely before you begin.
Replacing Your Drum Brakes
This is a good job for a moderately skilled DIY. It only takes about three hours to do and will save you quite a few bucks. Plus you will get the satisfaction of saying "I did it myself!"
Replacing Your Ignition Coils
How to inspect, test and replace the ignition coil in your car.
How to Jump-Start a Car
Follow these straightforward instructions and you'll able to deal with the challenge of jump starting a car quickly and safely.
How to Replace Your Electric Fuel Pump
Electric fuel pumps aren't really hard to replace, they just take a little work. This is something most DIYs can do themselves and save a big chunk of money.

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