Team Clark’s favorite DIY auto hacks

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Team Clark’s favorite DIY auto hacks
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Ever wished you were more handy when it comes to minor fixes for your automobile? We’ve got some entry-level tutorials that can help even those who are the furthest thing possible from a grease monkey.

Take a look and see…

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Fave fixes for your vehicle from our staffers

Why pay the mechanic to do any of these simple tasks when you can watch and learn how to do them yourself!

How to change your vehicle’s turn signal bulb

If you have an older car, it seems bulbs are always going out. Don’t pay a mechanic for this simple fix.

How to fix a jammed car ignition

This is a key quick fix if your key won’t turn in the ignition. It is not a long-term solution, but it will let you drive to a garage and get a real fix in place. That’s a whole lot cheaper than paying to be towed!

How to know the correct tire pressure for your car

Be careful when you’re filling up with air that you don’t fill up too much!

How to change your car’s air filter

Don’t pay your mechanic to do this when they tell you its time. Get the part yourself and learn how to change it here!

How to replace your wiper blades

Sure, a lot of places will already do this for you for free, but if you value self-sufficiency, isn’t it nice to know you could do it in a pinch?

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