How to Repair the Rusted Under Carriage of a Car?

Answer The undercarriage of a car is prone to rusting. Rust does not usually accumulate or cause rotten floor pans after a few years, but over a period of decades. To repair a rusted undercarriage, not on... Read More »

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Bolt Removal from a Rusted Carriage?

There is nothing more frustrating than working on a piece of equipment held together by rusty, locked nuts and bolts. The undercarriages of automobiles and farm equipment are particularly susceptib... Read More »

How Do I Change the Under Carriage Fuel Filter on a F250 6.0L Diesel 4X4 Super Duty 2007?

The 2007 6.0-diesel engines came equipped inside of the Ford F-250, F-350 and Excursion model vehicles. The 6.0 engines also came equipped with two different fuel filters. One of the fuel filters i... Read More »

How to Repair a Rusted Undercarriage of a Car?

When a car's undercarriage rusts, you need to repair it immediately. Rust leads to weakening of the car's structure and eventually holes in the floor of the car. This is a danger to passengers and ... Read More »

How to Repair a Rusted-Out Oil Pan on a MerCruiser?

A MerCruiser is an engine produced for recreation water vehicles. Since they are often submerged in water, the oil pan on the MerCruiser engine can become rusted out. This can lead to heavy-metal d... Read More »