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Every Woman's Quick & Easy Car Care

by Sylvia Guillemette Publisher, Advertiser, Writer
It's a book designed to help women (and others) learn the basics of car care with the help of pictures and content.
Recommended Features
  • Detailed car care information
  • Tire information
  • Car seat how tos
  • How an engine works
  • Troubleshooting
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Review on Every Woman's Quick & Easy Car Care

This book was created by a woman for women. This is a great book for anyone to read and learn from. Pictures and content are very clear and easy to read. It's a great learning tool!

It covers everything from car seats, to engine information, fluids, trouble shooting methods, how to change a tire, how to check the tires for wear, engine code lights, seat belts, battery information, changing air filters, shows how to add coolant, where to add in oil and brake fluids, and how things in the engine work.

There is an Annex in the back as well as an Index. You can learn about cleaning the vehicle, hose checks and replacement, belt information, a HELP card for your window when (or if) you break down, what to do in an emergency. There is a place for an accident report, other vehicle information, tune up chart, weekly maintenance checks, coolant system information, checklists, checking for recalls on the vehicle, electronics, wiper blades, what each noise is telling you (should you have one), checking transmission fluid - knowing exactly how much to put in, fuses, braking issues, weird smells, what the owner's manual is for, suspension and how it works, springs, steering components, exhaust system.

This is the book that I am going to use in my hands on class when I put it together. It has a lot of details that make learning how to care for a vehicle very simple to learn. Great for new drivers, women, men, teens, and older folks. It's a simple read, good diagrams on each system of the vehicle and how they work. It also helps you to learn how to diagnose some issues and what to do in an emergency situation. It covers lights, turn signals, and hazard lights (safety equipment), how it works and what you need to know to replace the bulbs.

It's small enough to fit in the glove box or in the console to be used as a reference. You keep it with you and if you should need to look at something like checking the fluids, such as the oil, you will know where to find that information

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About Sylvia Guillemette Senior   Publisher, Advertiser, Writer

261 connections, 8 recommendations, 884 honor points.
Joined APSense since, December 16th, 2010, From Windsor Locks, United States.

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