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Car Repair You Can Do Yourself

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My Business Central presents PPT on 10 Car Repair Task you can do yourself.This Powerpoint presentation provides you the full information of various car repairs you can do at home and save lots of money and also provide various cheap car repair specialist, they can help you anywhere any time when you & your car in any problem.

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Car Repair You Can Do Yourself

  1. 1. 10Car Repair Tasks You Can Do Yourself www.mybusinesscentral.com.au
  2. 2. Replacing Wiper Blades Replacing your windshield wipers is only costs about $15 (price of new wipers). Here’s how to do it: 1. Buy your Blades. Before you go to buy them, make sure you know the exact model of your car. 2. Remove the Old Ones. First, pull the entire wiper assembly up, so that they remain vertical. 3. Attach the New Ones.
  3. 3. Changing Air Filter It takes 10 min & only cost price of a new filter $15. Here’s how to do it: 1.Buy your air filter. Most air filters are pretty cheap. ... 2.Open your hood and locate the air filter box. It's the black plastic box sitting on top of or to the side of your engine. ... 3.Open the air filter box and remove the dirty air filter. ... 4.Check the old air filter. ... 5.Put in the new air filter.
  4. 4. Change Your Oil/Oil Filte Do not change your oil when it is hot, you may get burned. It takes 45 min to change your own oil & cost $20 ( price of oil and a new filter). Here’s how to change your oil and oil filter: 1.Remove the drain plug and get the old oil flowing. 2.Then remove the oilfilter and install the new one. 3.Once the old oil is down to a trickle, install a new gasket on the plug (if required) and tighten it by tapping the box-end wrench with the rubber mallet. 4.Wipe the drips with a rag and you're done under the car.
  5. 5. Battery Connection Make sure your battery is properly maintained takes 20 min to do & cost $5 (price of a wire brush). Here is how to do it: 1. Remove negative battery cables from your battery first. 2. Clean posts using wire brush & corrosion removal fluid (mixture of baking soda and water). 3. Clean battery terminals with wire brush. 4. Rinse cleaning fluid with water & dry with rag. 5. Re-install your battery terminals starting with positive ones first.
  6. 6. Replacing Brake Pads It take up to an hour. Depending on type of car , you will pay $40(price of new break pads). Here is how it’s done: 1.Raise and secure vehicle. 2.Remove wheel cover, center cap, etc. 3.Remove the lug nuts, wheel and tire. 4.Remove the two bolts on the back of the brake caliper.
  7. 7. Replacing Headlights It take 10 minutes. The only cost with this is cost of new headlight,$20-$100 depending on type of bulb you need. Here is how to change: 1.Open the engine compartment hood. 2.Locate the back of the headlight to determine the lamp and bulb type. 3.Decide which bulb you need to replace. 4.Purchase the correct bulb for your headlamp.
  8. 8. Fixing Paint Scratches Make sure you have the ideal temperature, otherwise the paint won’t dry correctly. Here’s how to do it: 1.Apply putty. Spread a dab of putty into the scratch with a squeegee or credit card. 2.Remove putty. Wet a paper towel or rag with excess paint remover. ... 3.Apply paint. Clean the repair area, then apply paint. ... 4. Done! Paint is dry in 5 minutes.
  9. 9. Flushing the Radiator It takes 30 min & costs $25( price of radiator flush solution, a coolant receptacle & coolant). 1.Drain all old antifreeze from the cooling system to remove any rust and deposits. Be sure and use an adequate drain pan, along with shop towels, oil dry and gloves to minimize the mess. 2.Flush the system with a radiator cleaner and water to remove stubborn rust and corrosive deposits. Use an inexpensive flush and fill kit to make the job easier. 3.Fill with 50-70% antifreeze and water mixture. A funnel should be used to prevent splashing, and a tester can be used to ensure proper mixture.
  10. 10. Changing a Flat Tire Gather everything you need,like jack and tire iron. Here’s how to do it: 1.Find a safe spot to pull over. ... 2.Turn on your hazard lights. ... 3.Use the wrench to loosen the lug nuts. 4.Use the jack to lift the vehicle off the ground. ... 5.Remove the lug nuts and pull the tire off the car. ... 6.Place the spare on the car.
  11. 11. Replacing Fuel Filter It takes half an hour.It costs $20 to do on your own( price of new fuel filter & washers). Here’s how to do it: 1.Relieve the pressure in the fuel line before disconnecting it. To do so, you have to disable the electric fuel pump before you start the engine. 2.Look at the old filter and the new one before disconnecting anything. 3.Remove whatever is holding the old filter in place and remove it. 4.Put the new filter on in the same position as the old filter. 5.Replace whatever holds the filter in place, and make sure it’s secure. 6.Replace the fuse for the fuel pump in the fuse box.
  12. 12. Where To Go For Cheap And Good Car Repaire
  13. 13. My Business Central Is Best If you are looking for a proffessional interior/exterior detail, we are the place to come and also offer value ancillary services.We offer a full car repair service and can give free quotes and regular discounts to all their customers. Specialising in all makes and models with genuine price and great service.
  14. 14. Created By: Ella Rich Connect with her: @ellarichMBC Powered By: My Business Central

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