The Complete Idiot's Guide to Trouble-Free Car Care

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Alpha Books, Aug 1, 1999 - Transportation - 265 pages
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You're no idiot, of course. You know how to kick tires and can tell the windshieldwiper control from the one for high-beams, and once you even managed to revive a fellow traveler's vehicle with the jumper cables you keep in your trunk. But when it comes to any car repair or maintenance, you'll let your mechanic charge an arm and a leg for a simple oil change and tune-up. Don't pull out that checkbook again! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Trouble-Free Car Care, Second Edition helps you build the skills you need to maintain your car and handle common maintenance and emergency repairs yourself. Feel confident about applying a little elbow grease to any project, including trickier tasks like adjusting the brakes. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:

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Dan Ramsey and Judy Ramsey (Willits, CA) recently sold their successful retail store, Mulligan Books, in northern California. They planned, started, and managed every aspect of the store, including online sales. Dan Ramsey has owned and operated seven businesses since 1966 and has written more than two dozen small business and homeowner books, including a series of business startup books for Dearborn/Upstart. Judy Ramsey teaches writing at the college level and is a Web site editor.

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