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In The Event You Leave Auto Repair To A Professional Mechanic? Every car reduces


sooner or later, and that's a truth! With that in mind, some cars are very likely to malfunctioning than others, and in case you're inside a tough situation, you may well be left to wonder: can i attempt a DIY auto repair or hire a mechanic? An oil change is a great example of something even a novice driver could do, but if you have troubles beyond that, getting a car mechanic to do the repairs can be quite a good plan and here's why: Experience You have virtually no idea what you're doing and you can actually end up making things worse. Even though you think that you're a DIY savvy person, you could end up causing other parts of your respective car to malfunction. In addition to, you simply do not know what's actually wrong with the vehicle, except if you accept it apart and hope with all your might you can place it back together again. An automobile mechanic has been achieving this for several years and the man can readily diagnose and repair any issue your car or truck can be against. Right Tools You will need the best tools as well as a decent workspace to start concentrating on auto repair. Unless you have a full garage with equipment and tools focused on this, you need to purchase the essential tools to fix your car. Of course, without prior experience working with car repair, you may not know what you ought to purchase, in addition to, you may never use these tools again. Getting a professional car mechanic can eliminate the requirement for you to invest money into equipment and tools you're unlikely to use again as he will have everything readily available. Speedy Repairs Should you simply have one household car you need to use to get to work towards time, you need to make sure that the car is fixed as soon as possible. Obviously, when you attempt a DIY repair, things will go wrong, and in many cases whenever they don't, it can take you a lot much more time to get your vehicle running than should you employ a mechanic. Maybe you have your vehicle away from commission for a day or two when taking it to your mechanic, but it really sure beats the inability to go to work! Save Money Perhaps just about the most compelling good reasons to drop your car off for repair in a mechanic's is to save cash. You won't must invest money into tools, equipment, and auto parts you might never need. Not to mention, while your car is out of commission, you might want to rent an automobile or consider the bus-- costing you even more money! Hiring a mechanic for auto repair could help you save within the long term, particularly if you take into account that work well done can prolong the lifestyle of your respective vehicle. Next time your vehicle will give you trouble, why not stop in a car mechanic's?





FAQ's Auto Repair

How Much Would It Cost To Fix A Blown Head Gasket On A 96 Toyota Camry?
Just On Average. Including Parts & Labor.

a head gasket is cheap, like $20-$30

but the labor is like $500 or so..

Why? because in order to replace the head gasket, the engine kind of needs to be token apart.

Also, are you sure you need a head gasket? whats wrong with your car?

Should I Buy A Toyota 4Runner With 269,000 Miles For $1700?
3.0L Sounds Really Good It Has A New Exaust Body Is Absalutly Mint 90% Tred On 4 31&Quot; Tires It Was A Trade At A Dealer And They Said The Guy Was Very Maticulis With Repairs And Maitince He Had A Bunch Of Recipts In Glove Box Latest(Last 6 Months) Where For The Exsoust,Battery,Front End Parts For Around $1000

what year?

two things.

the 3vze is known for head gasket and valve guide seal failure on the right bank, aft, due to the routing of the exhaust and complications with head gasket material. the vacuum hoses back there get brittle as well. however, mine has 280,000 with the original stuff. no issues.

any receipts for a timing belt/water pump replacement? every 60,000 mi/48 mo. it's not an interference engine, but the belt replacement is very involved, expensive, and as such, other components are also replaced at that time.
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do check it out in 4x4 mode.

for 1700, that's fairly cheap. assuming it's like an early '90's truck. almost to cheap.

only the last six months of receipts?

that almost sounds like repairs done to sell kind of thing. and you're getting it from a dealer.

almost to good of a deal. might be a little fishy there. but at 1700, you could replace the motor and still have a 2000-2500 buck truck.

cheers!

owner 92 toy pu 4x4 3" lift

What Is A Good Used Car To Buy In The $4,000 Range?
I Am Looking For A Car On Craigslist. I Need Something That Will Last Me A Long Time, And That Is Fuel Efficient. I Was Looking At The Vw Jetta Or Something Of That Sort. Maybe Even A Jeep Liberty, But Don'T Really Know Too Much About Cars, Help!

You can probably find a used mid-90s Toyota or Honda in that price range. My last 2 used vehicles were both Toyota trucks that had over 100k miles, but were well maintained. You can't go wrong with a Toyota Tacoma (4cyl- 22R Engine), 4Runner (4cyl- 22R Engine), Camry or Carolla; or a Honda Civic and Accord. These cars are built to last if they are well maintained. By well maintained, it should have regular oil changes and tune-ups and faulty parts replaced. Ideally, you'd want to look for something that has up to date maintenance records. I like to see that certain major repairs have been done recently such as the replacement of the timing belt, water pump and head gasket, engine or transmission. Replacement parts for older Toyota and Honda vehicles tends to be less expensive than European cars. They also tend to be more reliable than older American vehicles (GM, Ford, Jeep, etc..).

Given your price range, the majority of cars will be older and will most likely have required one or more of the aforementioned repairs in the last 5 years. Anyone one of them can be costly, so it's helpful to know if they have or have not been done. If they haven't been done, it would be a good idea to consult a mechanic to find out if any major repairs would need to be done soon. Having a trusted mechanic take a look at the vehicle before you purchase it could save you hundreds, possibly a few thousand dollars in unforeseen repair costs.

If you're going the Craigslist route, it's best to do your homework and be patient. Since just about anyone can sell a car on Craigslist, you can find yourself dealing with clueless, dubious and/or crazy sellers. Knowing what you want and what you're looking for will make your experience less frustrating and more efficient. Also, don't be afraid to ask questions and don't hesitate to walk away if the seller can't give you the information you need regarding the vehicle. You'll find many great "deals" on Craigslist, but the best ones take patience and persistence. It took me several months to find both of my last 2 vehicles, but it paid off!

It Is Common For A Toyota.?
I Have A 2001 Camry- 70,000 Miles And I Need To Replace The Head Gasket..Is It Common To Change The Gasket With Little Mileage And A Toyota.

Fairly common with Toyotas. I agree that you should have the shop that does the work have the heads pressure checked.

You should call the Toyo dealer and ask if there are any TSBs or recalls related to the cooling system of your exact model. Toyota may do the repair for free or a reduced amount.

Camp Pendleton Smog Check?
I Have Been Staying With Some Relatives Here Near Camp Pendleton For 2 Months While My Husband Is In Mos School. I Have Borrowed My Moms Car Which Is Registered In Washington State. I Have Been Told I Need A Car Pass To Get In And Out Of Cp, So Far I Have Gotten A Temporary Pass But Was Told I Need A Smog Test Done On This Car Its A 1992 Honda. Is It Mandatory To Have This Done With My Moms Car, Its Not Registered In My Name And Its Not My Car. Will I Even Be Able To Get It Smogged Tested When Its Not My Car? How Much Does It Cost, What Happens If It Does Not Pass? Money Is Tight And Hopefully It Passes. Any Information Will Be Helpful. I Appreciate It.

Sorry to tell you, but that is Marine Corps regs for California. All vehicles that that access a Marine Corps base are required to have a current smog inspection. It is possible that Washington state has a similiar requirement. Check with your mom to find out. If it does, have her send you the inspection report and present that at the vehicle registration office.

If Washington state does not require a smog inspection, you will need to get one to receive a base vehicle pass. Go by the Marine Corps Exchange service station located across the street from the main PX. They used to do the inspections. They can tell you the cost as can any of your friends who have a vehicle registered in California. It is more than $40. If the vehicle fails the inspection, the cost for repair can go as high as $1,000 or more since the inspection is focused on the catalytic converter/emission system.

Normally, all you have to do to enter a Marine Corps base is show your military issued ID and if questionned, tell the gate guard that the vehicle is borrowed from your mom and will be returning to Washington state where it is registered after your Temporary Duty (TDY) tour. This normally works for those who are TDY. Recommend get a copy of your husband's TDY orders to show if necessary.

Hopefully, this works for you. You are probably living off base. If so, make your trips on base infrequent to avoid the hassle at the gate. Go only when you need to.

Lieutenant Colonel, US Marine Corps-Retired

1998 Toyota Camry Torque Pressure For Head Gasket?
I Have A Toyota Camry 1998 With A Messed Up Head Gasket, So I Got A New One And Now I Don'T Know How Much Lbs Of Pressure To Put On Each Bolt. Can Someone Help? Or Put A Picture Of What Bolts Get How Much Pressure? Please!?

what you need is a free online manual for this. there's more you need to know.
that can be found here,
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairi...

paying attention to engine type, that's the page for doing the head(s) on your 98 camry.
have to sign up and enter vehicle info to nav from that page. but again, it's **FREE**.