How to Remove a Denver Auto Boot or Wheel Clamp?

Answer A Denver auto boot, sometimes called a wheel clamp, is a the large metal boot you find on your car tire after failing to pay outstanding parking tickets. On top of this it can also be used for pers... Read More »

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How to Remove a Power Lock Wheel Clamp?

A Power Lock wheel clamp can be used for personal car security, but it is mostly used to enforce parking policy. These clamps are the "boots" you can find on your car wheel if you fail to pay parki... Read More »

How to Use CV Boot Clamp Pliers?

Constant velocity (CV) joints use rubber boots to keep contaminants away from their gears and to hold the CV joints' grease reserves in place. A CV boot uses two 1/4-inch wide metal clamps to hold ... Read More »

How to Tighten a Slip Clamp on a CV Boot?

You have removed the half-shaft axle from your car. You have rebuilt the CV joint. You have reinstalled the hand shaft axle into the car and you have installed the CV boot. When you go to install t... Read More »

How to Use an Eraser Wheel to Remove Auto Trim?

Automotive trim is generally held in place by screws with adhesive to help make a secure bond. This adhesive is left behind after trim is removed from the vehicle and can be challenging to remove. ... Read More »