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I was about to check the tires he knelt down and read the maximum air pressure of 44psi that was written on the sidewall. He told me that this was the amount I should...more

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Noticed my brother topping off the fluids in his Camaro. When he added to the power steering, he used automatic transmission fluid. He says it's the same as power steering fluid...more

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There are several areas to check when inspecting shocks and struts. Yes, the first thing to do is to take a quick look for leaks of hydraulic fluid and physical damage...more

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You should start by adding some fresh gasoline to dilute the old stuff currently in the tank, along with the addition of a bottle of fuel treatment. Then change the oil and filter...more

As you said, it depends on whom you talk to. Now-a-days, the different tire manufacturers have different philosophies. For example: Michelin and Goodyear say...more

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