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A faulty oxygen sensor could be responsible for an illuminated check engine light. If this faulty sensor is not replaced, it could lead to a broken catalytic converter, which significantly raises repair costs. Learn more in this infographic.

A faulty oxygen sensor could be responsible for an illuminated check engine light. If this faulty sensor is not replaced, it could lead to a broken catalytic converter, which significantly raises repair costs. Learn more in this infographic.

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No one wants to be faced with expensive vehicle repairs. There are actually ways to increase the likelihood that your car will not break down, and considering the high cost of some of the repairs shown in this infographic, it only makes sense to follow the tips outlined on this page.

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Indian Gorilla V4 Motorcycle Concept , it be a bitch replacing /cost on the back tyre, but l still like to take it for a spin, first corner could be interesting tho lol

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from The Family Handyman

Do you own a truck or SUV? Learn how to change the differential oil, replace a transfer case shift motor, get a jammed tailgate working again, and make other repairs that can cost hundred$ at a repair shop.

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from The Family Handyman

Clean your MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor when it's dirty rather than replace this 300 dollars part. It's quick and easy.

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from The Family Handyman

if you've put 80,000 or more miles on your struts, they're worn out and must be replaced. we know they're expensive (about $700 for front struts replaced at a shop). but in the long run, driving on worn struts actually costs you more.

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from The Family Handyman

A&A Discount Auto Parts in Hamilton and Stoney Creek sells discounted OEM and Aftermarket Parts for imports and domestic automobile. Click here now

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from Popular Mechanics

Die-hard Ford truck fans value the first-gen Ford trucks, but let's be honest— compared to these striking 1953-1956 trucks, they look homely. These well-proportioned second-generation Fords were the first to wear a wrap-around windshield and the first to wear a modern nameplate (F-100 vs. the old F1 designation). These machines were more than just style. In 1954, Ford replaced the aging flathead with a new overhead valve design V-8 engine that made close to 180 hp by 1956—up about 70 hp…

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