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    Youtube will help you my friend. Just watch tons of videos, then build up your experience and tools slowly. Start with small tasks, such as fluid changes and headlight bulb changes, things like that. You're lucky you have the space though.....I have a sloped dirt driveway and that's it. If I want to do work, most of the time I have to drive to a parking lot and do it there.
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    I can imagine so. Yea and with the wind shield it was -33, had to put a heater in the garage to keep the produce from spoiling....
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    -22???? Dang, feels like I'm in a spa now. Currently it's 0. When we were doing the cars, it was like 28. Problem was we had a real bad ice storm and it left like an inch of ice on everything.
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    I want to like this post, but I can't.
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    Hi there! My name is Alex and I am 17 years young, and I just signed up for this forum. I am looking for a new car to replace my 2000 Honda Civic EX. The only real problem here is that my insurance will go sky high if I get any vehicle classified as a truck, sports car, or a jeep. My price range is right at 7k, and I need something that looks good. I don't want a stupidly fast car, the only kind of speed I really go for is when the red light turns green and I book it. So something quick, friendly to work on, and fun to drive. Anybody got any ideas?
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    Every nozzle is equipped with a sensor to prevent overflow. When you face a situation where it overflows, it can mean a lot of things. Either you did not insert the nozzle properly which didn't allow the sensor to sense the tank's pressure or the sensor is damaged and had gone bad inside the nozzle. Other cases would be a clog in the venting side of the tank or a blockage in the fuel fill hose. What you can do is to check those areas and have it fixed or replaced. However, I think it's best to visit your trusted car shop to have it diagnosed to avoid further problems from arising. Hope this helps!
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    if you are looking for a car or motorcycle I can find anything you want and do not charge thousands for more
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    This is the best and the most reliable car in the world currently. Toyota Corolla
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    Hey guys how is it going? this my first post in carforums.com 😍 , lets see how this goes, I have a Volkswagen polo GT, I don't drive it that much because of my treacherous office timings so I opted for cab, and during the weekends I take it out for a ride, as weekend was nearing by I was waiting to go for a ride ,this incident happened when I was in Basant Nagar and it was around 7 pm when I reached the beach there , I locked my car near the beach road and was having a good weekend with my friends, when we returned back at 9 my car was not there and could find broken glass pieces all over the road we tried our level best to search for it but couldn't find it ,the person who stole my car did not know that I had an OBD GPS tracker installed in my car, one of my trusted friend suggested me this OBD GPS tracker https://vamosys.com/obd-tracker/ don't want to brag about it, to keep it simple, man!! I had installed this OBD tracker four years ago and never used it , I was being kind of sceptical when my car was stolen because I know that my car had GPS Tracker which I had installed 4 years ago I don't know whether it would work or not, after some tries yes it worked without any hassle and could track where my car is and the best part is I cut off the ignition through their app, I and friends went to the location and we could see him why the car won't turn on smiley36.gif we caught him and gave him a kind slap 🤣and handed over him to the police, I would suggest everyone install a GPS tracker on their car whatever the brand maybe it is a must .
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    Currently drive a 2005 Corolla LE, and have since 2006. Car has 140k miles and I want an upgrade. Found a 2016 Corolla S Plus, 6-speed with 23k miles listed as $13,999 from an independent dealer. The car is super clean, no accidents, one owner, moonroof, and dealership says it was likely a former lease. It's beautiful. Anyway, they said they would buy my old car only if it could serve them to resell it, but my car, despite running great (as expected from that generation of Corolla), has had a small fender bender (doesn't affect performance), and has the Check Engine light on. Check Engine light I was told by my mechanic is from the transmission clutch solenoid, and is an expensive fix so I never did it. Plus the tire icon light is on despite my tires being fine. Mechanic said that's an electrical and dealership repair but I never did it either. Doesnt seem worth it. The car drives excellent like I said, and will likely last for many years to come if kept it. Anyway, I think I'll just sell my current car privately but am wondering HOW MUCH I should sell it for given its issues I stated? Plus how much should I try to negotiate for the new Corolla? Do you think I can get them down to $11,999? I'm planning on paying straight up CASH for the new car and the guy at the dealership told me a lot of people have looked at it but people don't want it because no one wants a manual transmission anymore. I on the other hand DO want one. Any advice? I'm planning on taking a trip to see the car this Saturday. It's a 64 mile trip to the dealer so I really don't want to take my old car there bc I feel like they won't want to buy it. Anyway, thanks a lot guys!
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    So I've owned a 73' sedan Deville for about a year now, and I noticed last summer how it would overheat only after the engine shut off. I thought it wasn't a huge issue (it was) and I just filled it up every month or so without issue. This summer when I brought the car out of storage, it began going through antifreeze far faster (about two gallons a week) through the same issue. Today, I drove the car about 25 miles without issue, and when I parked it the same thing as always happens. I decided to take it to work, only about two miles, and it began to steam up about half a mile from my destination. After my shift, I filled it up with antifreeze only to see it pouring from the bottom of the car in what I would describe as a rapid drip. Where this is coming from I'm not sure, but it's too far back to be the radiator. Does anyone have any ideas?
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    Hey all - messaging in from Boston, MA where it is 5 degrees. My girlfriend was scraping the ice off her car's windshield and the surrounding area and accidentally broke through the plastic piece the connects the hood and the windshield (see photo attached). I know very little about cars, but am thinking that it is probably imperative that I get this covered up, as the hole is leaving the engine exposed to some pretty brutal conditions. However, the car is completely snowed in so taking it into the shop isn't really an option. Any ideas on how to cover it up in the meantime? Thanks!!!
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    The following is a quick guide you can use to remember Routine Maintenance Checks for your vehicle. Doing these Routine checks may seem like a hassle, but they could save you time and money in the long run. Try to get yourself into some good habits while driving and maintaining your vehicle. 1. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECKS EACH TIME YOU USE YOUR CAR Check the tires for low pressure. If you do see a low tire, look for nails, screws, or other foreign objects that could cause a puncture. Check the outside for new damage. This is especially important if you are parked in a public parking area. If someone has damaged your vehicle, take pictures for your insurance company. Look for leaks. After leaving a parking spot, glance back and check for signs of a fresh puddle. When you walk away from your parked car, look for dripping liquid. Read This Article About Identifying Your Car’s Fluids: 2. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECKS EACH TIME YOU GET FUEL Check your fluids. Check the level and condition of your engine oil every time you fill up. The other fluids that have a see-through reservoir like coolant and brake fluid only require a quick glance to see their levels are correct. Inspect belts and hoses. Take a look at your belts and hoses to look for abnormal wear. Use caution when touching a hot engine—a visual inspection is sufficient. Also, look for leaks around the engine compartment and under the car. Check tire pressure. This is a good time to check your tires for proper inflation. Frequent checking is the best way to maximize the life of your tires. Clean your windows and wiper blades. If a squeegee and towels are available, take advantage of them. Keeping your wipers and windshield clean will extend the life of your wipers. 3. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECKS EACH OIL CHANGE Whether you change your own oil or have it done by someone else, you should perform the fill-up inspections as well as the following: Inspect your tires for abnormal wear and damage. Check your fluids. In addition to checking the levels, look at the fluids while the engine is cold, and check their condition. Inspect and lubricate the chassis. Check for underside problems and issues with the suspension when lubricating the chassis. Inspect the belts and hoses. With the engine cold, do a thorough inspection of the belts and hoses. Look for signs of leaking around the engine. Check the air filter. Check the external lights. Turn on your lights and make sure all your lights are working, including your turn signal and brake lights. Also, check the small bulb over your license plate. Inspect your battery. Inspect and clean the battery contacts if needed. Look for damage to the cables. 4. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECKS EVERY OTHER OIL CHANGE In addition to the previously described checks, add the following to your list: Rotate the tires. Check automatic transmission fluid and power steering fluid. These are both usually checked while the engine is running. Check the fuel cap. Look for cracking and debris around the seal area. Check the seat belts. Check the belts for fraying and damage, and check the retractors to make sure they are working properly. Check weather stripping and seals. Check the door seals and weatherstripping for tears, breaks, or damage. Check computer codes. The computer should illuminate a dashboard icon if there’s a problem, but it doesn’t hurt to check for codes periodically. Read more on Virmoda.com
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    Alex, I am also 17 years old I am using Honda civic 2019 modal now I would like you to suggest something before you take any decision make sure you check DSRleasing this website is amazing and have thousands of different cars
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    Did you find a car yet? I have a car or two that are around your budget. Also I buy cars - so you can show me your honda, we can make a deal on it and you can use the money towards your new vehicle. How does that sound? :D
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    Hmm Cobalt Coupe maybe? As long as it's not an SS you'll be fine.
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    I can't get an MR2, it counts as a sports car and my insurance won't let me get any kind of sports car, truck, or jeep. Same for the Celica
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    I've got a Cobalt Coupe, I like it alot, maybe that would interest you. Perhaps also a Toyota Celica or a Toyota MR2 would interest you also. All of these cars would be fairly fun to drive if they're a 5 speed manual, I think they look decent, and they're not too hard or expensive to work on.
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    don't actually smoke but I had to try the Mustangs Audacity Find My iPhone Origin
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    Thanks for sharing this! However, car accidents can be prevented if you take care of your car properly which includes attending to your scheduled car maintenance. Hope this helps!
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    Thanks Nate, great to hear from you too! Soon, I shall.... I'm thinking of getting these to apply in the future. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevrolet-Cobalt-Pontiac-G5-Coupe-Double-Rally-Stripes-Decals-Choose-Color/152588449517?hash=item2386faf6ed:m:mbfuWahM8fOI7dcvBV2dwdQ:sc:USPSPriority!06278!US!-1:rk:31:pf:0&var=452008456976 As for you being ill, I'm glad you're feeling better. I got over some sickness recently too. Nothing major, just annoying. Anyways, take care, and you'll hear from me soon enough again. I'm guessing I'll drop the car off Wednesday.
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    You're very welcome! Yeah, lots of changes in the plan, but it's for the better. I'll be using one of my parents cars to go to work sometimes, and the other times my mom can take me because our schedules sometimes line up and she works nearby me. As for school, I'll just have to take the bus all the time, no more rolling into the lot with the yellow beast anytime soon lol
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    Doesn't that whole piece of carpet come out? If so, you could wash it easier. Perhaps a carpet cleaning machine with warm soap would work. I spilled a whole qt. of oil in mine a few years ago. I never took out the carpet, but I kept replacing the paper towels I used to soak it up for weeks. A carpet cleaner and a good steaming should also do the trick. The steam cleaner should take the grease out pretty easy.
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    Thank you You are a kind soul.
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    Oh lol It's just one of my old mountain bikes. His SUV is what's burning the fuel. That thing literally burns more fuel than than what the Iraqis burned in Kuwait.
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    We shall see....we shall see
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    I personally think it would work but I have never done such a thing before. Since I'm all the way over here in Canada...It's hard for me to really know. In order to be safe than sorry...I'd recommend a visit to your local VW dealership with your questions. They will be able to provide you the accurate and right answers to your problem. Do you have any other questions?
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    It's a two door, but it's actually technically a five seater. Here's the back. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RafwBFQD7GpLBNVzt41ZzJp-FReJAnED I think the door would fit in the back. If not though, I'm thinking maybe the guys at the junkyard could help me the get the lock and window out of my door and put the new door on, maybe. I have a friend with an SUV, and two of my uncles have trucks, but I'd rather not borrow one of theirs unless absolutely necessary. As for the roof idea, I was thinking of putting padding down, but yeah, it's probably not the best idea.
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    Watch Rivian R1S Electric SUV Roll By At Arm’s Length Away: Video This is perhaps the most up-close and personal we’ve ever seen the Rivian R1S electric SUV. Even better, it’s in motion rolling by just feet from the lens. Of course, this video captured the R1S in Aspen, where it rolled into town for a few days for the Winter X Games. The R1T electric truck was on display there too. After departing, the R1S hits the backcountry, where it’s still rolling along at temps of well below 0 degrees. For Rivian, a startup electric adventure vehicle maker, the R1T and R1S represent just the first two of many fully electric vehicles planned. Next in line is an electric rally-bred passenger car with bonkers HP and huge range figures. After that, who knows what’s coming. It’s sure to be something exciting though. https://www.rivianautomotiveclub.com/home/r1s-forum/watch-rivian-r1s-electric-suv-roll-by-at-arm-s-length-away ~ Source ~
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    Welcome. If you are really in search for an "Android app"...then why is it that you are advertising one? Bro, don't be an indirect advertiser. Come right on out with what you originally want to say...we're not gonna ban you or something like it!
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    Pretty cool thingies for the sake of vapor. But does it really work? NA!
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    No bootleg fixes for you lol It's not really something I'd do unless it was an old beater either.
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    To help guide your future Jeep Gladiator order, a site member has put together this super useful matrix chart. Breaking down exactly which equipment/options/packages are standard or optional on the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport, Sport S, Overland and Rubicon models. If you want to check out more articles, specs, and info on the new Jeep Gladiator visit this site . If you would like to discuss the latest inside news on the Gladiator please visit https://jeepgladiator.com/community/.
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    This Glue can do wonders I fell your pain, I'm down in Ashford, CT. Weather's been brutal last few days. My dad and I had to run all the cars while cleaning off the windows. Took like half an hour for each car.
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    If you have the broken pieces they can probably be glued back in. A bit of 5 minute epoxy and a some piecing the puzzle pieces together would be the cheapest option.
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    Welcome to Carforums and thanks for joining us!
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    Jeep Brand Director Provides Update on Production and Deliveries -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jeep brand director, Scott Tallon, told the media at the Detroit Auto Show that the Gladiator is on schedule to hit showrooms by the end of June. This is slightly later than most JGF users have been expecting, but we now have a more up-to-date estimate of when to expect the Gladiator on dealer lots, and soon after, on- and off-road!
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    Very nice to see your post. It's really good and enough information.
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    Whew... Thanks Steve, that spam was driving me crazy. Posting in the off-topic section alone he was already up to a thousand posts with the "Ultimate Member" title. @Steve Yum! For the Admin, spam is tasty. 🤣 lol
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    CarForums isn't DEAD.....if anything your post is dead, it misleads a fellow-man to a DEAD-END!
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    I'm sorry, did you just say AWD ftw??? Cause that's what I heard...
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