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How to Detail Your Car – DIY Tips & Tricks From a Pro
Detailing your car is the best way to make your car look great. Use car washing soap, a microfiber wash mitt, and a clay bar to detail your car.
How to Use a Hair Dryer to Remove a Dent
You can use a hair dryer to fix a dent in your car body. Use the dryer to heat the area, then apply dry ice to fix the damage on your car.
Car Hacks That Will Change Your Life
Simplify your drive with these car hacks: use a shoe as a cupholder, put a stocking on a windshield wiper, and prevent door dings with pool noodles.
How to Work Out in a Car
If you drive a lot it can be hard to make exercise part of your daily routine. Fortunately there are ways to stretch and get work out while you drive.
How to Use a Potato to Keep Your Car Windows Fog Free
Foggy car windows are a nuisance and blocks your view of the road. You can use a potato to keep your car windows from fogging up.
Why Does the Air Coming Through My A/C Vents Smell Bad?
Over time your car A/C system can start to smell unpleasant. If your A/C system smells bad check for mildew in the vents or install a new air filter.
How to Detail Your Car with a Clay Bar
Clay bar detailing gives your car exterior a smooth and shiny surface. Clean and prepare the car body before you use a clay bar on your car exterior.
How to Clean a Car With a Microfiber Cloth
Microfiber towels are a must-have for car detailing jobs. Use a microfiber towel to wash and dry the exterior when you're detailing your car.
The 10 Most Important Things in Your Car Owner’s Manual
Your owner's manual tells you important information about your car, like how to set up your car, how to check car fluids, and correct tire pressure.
The Do's and Don'ts of Jumpstarting a Car
Knowing how to jumpstart a car is a skill all drivers should have. Always ground the circuit and connect the jumper cables to the proper terminals.
How Much Time Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in Each State?
Car accidents must be reported to the police after a car crash occurs. Reports must be made immediately in Arizona but Arkansas gives you 90 days.
Do All A/C Systems Use Refrigerant?
All air conditioning systems use refrigerant. Refrigerant dissipates heat in the air conditioning system to keep your car cool in hot weather.
P2522 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Request B Circuit
P2522 means a there is a problem from the air conditioning refrigerant pressure sensor which may be caused by low refrigerant in the A/C system.
The 10 Things to Check in a Pre-Purchase Inspection
A pre-purchase inspection will help you feel assured about a buying a used car. Check warning lights, fluids, tires, suspension, and brakes in a PPI.
P0532 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0532 code means there is an abnormally low voltage reading for the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor circuit often due to too little or too much.
P0530 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0530 means there is a malfunction with the A/C refrigerant sensor circuit often due to low refrigerant or excessive system pressure.
How to Recharge Your Car Air Conditioning
Car A/C refrigerant has to be recharged occasionally. Add more refrigerant to your A/C system to keep your car cool in hot weather.
How to Buy a Good Quality A/C Compressor
The A/C compressor helps regulate the flow of refrigerant throughout the A/C system. High quality A/C compressors are new and easy to install.
P0539 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Evaporator Temperature Sensor Circuit Intermittent
P0539 means the A/C evaporator temperature sensor has a too high/low voltage signal, usually caused by a faulty evaporator temperature sensor.
P0531 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit Performance
P0531 code means that there is too much or too little A/C refrigerant, high system pressure, faulty wiring, connectors, or cooling fans.
P0534 OBD-II Trouble Code: Air Conditioner Refrigerant Charge Loss
P0534 code means that the AC compressor clutch is cycling to frequently often due to low refrigerant or inoperative cooling fans.
P0533 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input
P0533 means the A/C refrigerant pressure is too high to safely function often due to inoperative cooling fans or too little or too much refrigerant.
P2613 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Distribution Valve Control Circuit High
P2613 means a problem with the A/C refrigerant distribution valve control circuit which causes the air conditioning to not work properly.
P2517 OBD-II Trouble Code: A/C Refrigerant Press Sensor B Circuit Low
P2517 code means the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor is out of the normal refrigerant level range, a faulty switch, wiring, or connectors.
Top 10 Bad Car Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
Ignoring car problems costs more than fixing them right away. Never ignore if your car has rough shifting, a shaky steering wheel, or is smoking.