First Aid for Your Car

Your expert guide to common problems & how to fix them

First Aid for Your Car
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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845845193
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The First Aid for Your Car is and essential book for any and all car-owners. Avoid serious repair bills by learning what to do when something goes wrong. Our cars are essential to us, and we rely on them for so much that it's hard to imagine being without them. Doing the wrong thing when your car develops problems could cost you a lot of money and be a real inconvenience -- but what if your car has a water leak, or if you discover oil underneath it? What if a warning light comes on? What could be the cause? Is the car safe to drive, or do I need a breakdown service or a mechanic? How can I get it to a garage safely? This book covers the most common problems that can occur on modern cars. It's easy to follow, written in language understandable to even those with absolutely no car knowledge, and is full of detailed photographs. Probably the most valuable tool you can have for your car, and you only need basic mechanical skills to get the full benefit of this book.

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Carl Collins has been providing straightforward technical help and advice for the last six years through

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845845193
Illustrations: 137 illustrations-photos
Size: 5.8 in x 8.2 in x 0.323 in / 147.32 mm x 208.28 mm x 8.2 mm

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