Complete Idiot's Guide to Trouble-Free Car Repair

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Alpha Books, 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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Understanding Your Car
What Does What
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Dan Ramsey (Northern CA) is the author of more than two dozen introductory and startup business book. Past president of Ramsey Business Strategies, he worked with numerous small businesses as a consultant on effective management techniques. He is the author of "The Upstart Guide to Owning and Managing a Consulting Service, 101 Best Home Businesses", and other business guides. His latest titles are "The Everything Guide to Starting and Running a Retail Store, The Everything Sales Book, " and "The Everything(r) Business Plan Book with CD.

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