I love that this is a “do-it-yourself” TV repair guide. I remember my first time building my own car, which was in the late 1980s, and I was amazed at the amount of information I knew about how to repair almost anything on a car. There was so much, and then there was how to do it. There was even a book that I read about the best places to get the most for parts.

In the video above I mentioned that you can get the parts and tools to fix most any car on the market with out any special tools or knowledge. That’s certainly true for car repairs, but here’s a fun fact: you can even do them yourself and have them look good. I once had a friend who had a great car that he wanted to sell, and he wanted it for his family to drive.

He was in complete and utter despair over how to get the car up with out damaging it. Well, I have a few tricks to work with. First, and easiest, is to keep the car in a neutral place while you do the work. I’ll show you the steps in a second, but keep in mind that the most important part is not to move the car around or the parts will move around.

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