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Eric The Car Guy Explains Where Stolen Catalytic Converters Go
A car sans cat converter is loud and smelly, and replacement costs are high.
Your Car’s Underbody Plastics Keep Wind Drag Down and Fuel Economy Up
Riding around without fender liners or undertrays? Here’s why you really should fix those!
Why Can’t I Get This Damn Dog Smell Out Of My Car?
I've taken half my Abarth apart trying to banish the dog stink, still no success.
How and Where To Use Lithium Grease on Your Car
Keep a bottle of white lithium grease on hand for a variety of uses.
How To Remove Tree Sap From Your Car
Catching and cleaning sap early is crucial to protecting your paint.
How To Jump-Start a Prius
Toyota's OG hybrid can actually have a dead battery from time-to-time. Let's solve that.
Walnut Blasting Your Valves Is Worth Doing As Your Direct-Injection Car Gets Older
The cleaner-in-a-can lasts a little while but a proper walnut blasting does so much more, and it's not that hard.
How To Find Your Car’s Safe Jack Points
This is conceptually simple but potentially dangerous – putting a jack under the wrong spot can do major damage and you definitely don't want a car falling off any kind...
What Are MAP Sensors And What Happens When They Fail?
The MAP sensor’s job is to monitor the air that flows into the engine.
Don’t Be Afraid to Dismantle Part of Your Car Interior to Really Get It Deep Cleaned
The harder it is to clean a car, the more satisfying the end result.