'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Auto Repair Illustrated' covers everything readers need to know about their automobiles, from the tires up. Tailor-made for true novices, it shows them how to make some of the most basic repairs themselves, and teaches them enough to feel confident that they'll never be taken for a ride by a mechanic again. More than 300 easy-to-understand illustrations and a 50-page self-diagnosis guide organized for quick identification of what's wrong. New- and used-car warranty information. Step-by-step illustrated instructions on how to conduct routine maintenance. An overview of how each system (steering and suspension, cooling, electrical) works.If you have a manual transmission, dona#39;t drive in the wrong gear and dona#39;t ride the clutch. ... into a lower gear when encountering a sharp incline, but use the higher gear when you level back out and increase speed. ... This could fix a number of symptoms that may seem like a big problem but are caused by a clogged transmission filter. ... When gears start slipping but the fluid is okay, often all you need to do is have a transmission specialist set the bands back to factory specifications.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Auto Repair|
|Author||:||Tony Molla, Vyvyan Lynn|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2007-07-03|