How to Replace Serpetine Belts on GM Trucks?

Answer Replacing the serpentine belt on a GM truck is necessary when the belt begins to crack and show signs of wear. If there is any fraying or teeth missing or damaged, the belt will likely skip or sque... Read More »

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Federal requirements for seat belts in light trucks?

Actually, seat belts weren't required in light trucks until 1972. The standard you're looking for is Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208. I have attached a link to the effectivity date fo... Read More »

Are seat belts required for heavy trucks in Georgia?

In June 2010, Georgia passed a seat belt law that every driver must wear a seat belt in all motor vehicles. Georgia is a "Click It or Ticket" state. If you do not wear a seat belt, expect a ticket.... Read More »

How to Replace Cab Corners on Trucks?

The cab corners in older trucks are often filled with rust. Many are so rusted that holes form in the very corners. These holes and the rust must be repaired before the rust spreads further along t... Read More »

Instructions to Change the Serpetine Belt on a 1997 Ford Taurus?

The 1997 Ford Taurus features a multi-ribbed belt that operates the front engine accessories, including the alternator, power steering pump, air conditioner compressor and water pump. Once the engi... Read More »