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  1. 2 points
    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.
  2. 1 point
    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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    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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    I'm sorry, did you just say AWD ftw??? Cause that's what I heard...
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