Vehicle Maintenance For Women

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Allen & Unwin, 2004 - Automobiles - 144 pages
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A humorous (yet entirely practical) guide for women, this book is packed with all the information needed to allow women to make basic repairs, talk authoritatively to mechanics, and hold their own in conversations about fan belts.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
6
WHAT CAR SHOULD I BUY? 14 Windscreens 38
18
UNDERSTANDING YOUR I
24
Wheels
32
Wheels
62
TROUBLESHOOTING QA
88
CARRYING A LOAD
94
WHAT BIKE SHOULD I BUY? 108 Wheels
110
BASIC BIKE KIT 112 Chain
116
BASIC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS 118 READY STEADY
134
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