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In Response To "Mechanics Suck!" FIx Your Own Car - Here's How!

 
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02/15/2013 11:07 AM
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In Response To "Mechanics Suck!" FIx Your Own Car - Here's How!
Everything in the world operates on resistance. Start with prevention to arrive at true mechanical problems for which are usually in the suspension that causes other failure. ALWAYS take die-electric grease and apply to all electrical components taking care not to cross continuity on all vehicles older than 2 years after having pressure washed the engine. Go over all fuel connectors, battery posts and engine grounds, fuse and relay blocks, plugs and coil, starter and alternator, transmission connections and lastly the lighting system. It would be good to take off your dash and do this too, however, go after the above first by order. For those small connectors, put a small blob on top and take two fingers and tap on it for a minute and then wipe the top as the vacuum from the tapping will seat the grease inside. Heat is the destruction for the engine and transmission so add two to three bottles of an additive like hy-per super coolant immediately while you work on all else. You can replace your tranny pan with a deep sump pan and filter adding an additional three quarts of fluid for cooling to your system (space provided). Replace your differential fluid on both front and rear (if you have both) with a good fluid like Royal Purple as for some reason, no one ever changes this fluid yet will reduce resistance substantially. If you have to replace the seal, these are pretty easy taking usually an hour. For more cooling, add an inline finned coil to the return line from your transmission and putting this in front of your radiator unless you get a heavy duty radiator instead, however, the former is less costly. For the engine you can add a heat-sink oil filter cooler so easy to install or reroute your oil filter with an adapter that will expose this line and oil to further cooling. Check the bolt torque on all your main bolts and that which is leaking by using a good torque wrench that you can dial foot pounds by. Sometimes this alone will stop a leak as these bolts weaken or spin loose. Add a good detergent treatment to your engine like Slick 50 that will almost halt wear to your cylinders and lastly use a higher octane fuel for greater engine response and less buildup on valves. These things are easier to do than you think, you just need to try. Women do this and keep your vehicle running for years!
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02/15/2013 11:09 AM
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Re: In Response To "Mechanics Suck!" FIx Your Own Car - Here's How!
The hy-per super coolant goes in the radiator fyi!
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02/15/2013 11:18 AM
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ignore..OP
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02/15/2013 11:26 AM
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Re: In Response To "Mechanics Suck!" FIx Your Own Car - Here's How!
Save your FRNs by the above!

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