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How to Replace Rear Bra...

You need to know when you’re ready to replace your rear brake pads. For those who have disc brakes within the rear, just like most vehicles nowadays, that you can do harm to the disc should you wait to lengthy. That being stated, you don’t have to replace your rear disc brake...

How to Replace a Timing...

You may need to change your timing belt during your car’s lifetime, and this can be extremely difficult; especially if you don’t have experience in this area. You must set the timing of the engine perfectly (unless it is a non-interference engine) or you could find you have a very...

How to Change Spark Plu...

A car’s engine requires heat to be pulled away from each chamber it contains, and this is one of the primary jobs of spark plugs. The other main job a spark plug performs is sending out an electrical spark into the mixture of gasoline and air within the engine’s chambers causing the...

How to Replace Ford Mus...

Coolant pump are important component of the cooling system. Coolants pump functional transfer water from radiator to the engine; purpose to keep the engine cool. The centrifugal pump is driven by the belt connected to the crankshaft, which ensures that the pump functions when the engine...

How to Replace Ford Exp...

The function for hydraulic control unit is to generates and adjust the hydraulic pressure and switches passage. Below step-by-step shown how to remove and install your Ford Explorer hydraulic control unit (HCU): Caution: Brakes fluid contains Brake fluid contains polyglycol ethers and...

How to Replace Ford Exp...

First things first, have plenty of rags ready, you don’t want to spill any brake fluid on your vehicle’s paint. Brake fluid will destroy your paint job if left on it too long. Hopefully, below step-by-step instruction may help you: Step 1: I am sure that you have already...