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Update: Since this article was first published in 2011, R-12 has been phased out and new refrigerants have been introduced in an effort to reduce depletion of the earth’s ozone layer and to minimize the global warming potential of these chemical compounds. Story and photography by Jim Marotta What was once a basic system to… Read more

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Story and Photography by Jim Marotta I think we can all agree that the braking system is the most important safety device on any vehicle. Since people place such a high value on their car’s ability to slow and stop, it is smart to pay attention when they complain about the brakes. Let’s review the… Read more

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So, you’ve got a set of four new truck/car tires and you want them wrapped around the wheels that are already on your vehicle. It’s a common situation, but the trouble is your old bald tires; they’re still on the vehicle, right? If you happen to own tire irons, a big hammer and some sizable… Read more

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The Ford Focus is an economical car. First generation models can get upwards of 30 miles per gallon, and their lifetime maintenance costs tend to be low. That said, you can save even more on service and maintenance by doing some simple tasks yourself. Replacing the fuel filter in a Ford Focus is one of… Read more

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If you’re a little lucky, upkeep costs on your Toyota Camry should be pretty modest. That’s why it’s the best-selling car in North America. Maintenance such as oil changes, new air filters, and replacing worn brake pads are all fairly easy. Another way to save money on car repair costs is to replace your own… Read more