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Love to Draw but now started to get addicted to Auto Mechanics and getting my hands dirty. I do my own work on mazda and Honda cars. Self taught mechanic through own experiences on car and reading alot of mechanic books but still learning more. Not Certified yet but coming soon. i consider myself a Technician.
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Question Answered: What size are the bolts in the exhaust flange on the back of the block?
November 17, 2011, 11:06 AM
usually your manual can tell you or call the dealer parts department and just ask what size the bolt is they can tell you for sure and its free. usually i seen them be M6 or M8
Question Answered: oil leak from the back of the block dripping on the exhaust
November 17, 2011, 11:02 AM
sounds like your oil pan gasket or valve cover gasket need to be replaced. you will have to take it to a shop or if you have a friend who know what hes doing with the right tools can do it for you.
Question Answered: Anything I can do BEFORE paying a shop for labor? RE:Headlight issues
November 17, 2011, 10:16 AM
check the bulb. usually it has 2 coils spring conductor things inside one for low beam one for high. if both look black or broken then thats your problem. try to put bulb in with out touching the bulb itself with fingers. if only high beams work and you only see one coil burned out you still have to replace the bulb. make sure you put a tad of vaseline or bulb grease to seal the connectors so no water can infiltrate cause that kills bulbs. if bulb looks fine then it most likely will be a wiring problem. you can visually check the wires if they have cuts or looks burnt the the wires will have to be replaced. Also Follow the ground wire from the headlight socket to where it connects to metal ground. Disconnect the connection, sand it with sandpaper. Then apply a dab of dielectric grease (any auto parts store). Then reconnect. That should solve your problem.
Problem Reported: Warped Front Brake Rotors May Cause Vibration When Braking
May 27, 2010, 11:07 AM
<p>The front <a id="ce_5551" class="ct_glossary tooltip" href="/brake-rotor">brake rotors</a> can warp and cause a vibration when braking. The rotors will need to be <span class="ct_selected tooltip">machined</span> or in cases where they are worn to thin, replaced to correct this issue.</p>
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