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 Can Adding Brake Fluid to Your Oil Cause Damage to Your Engine?

Answer It has been said that pouring brake fluid into a vehicle's oil tank will help to clear up sludge, but this could not be further from the truth. Adding break fluid to your oil could seriously damage... Read More »
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Is the 2000 Ford Focus 2 liter SOHC engine an interference engine?

The 2000 Ford Focus 2.0-liter SOHC engine is an interference engine. The timing-belt driven Focus 2.0 interference motor will suffer catastrophic engine failure should a timing belt snap at high RP... Read More »
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Can I replace the engine in my 150cc Lifan scooter with a larger engine?

Presumably your father in law has checked compression hot and cold, fuel flow and gas cap venting, spark advance and exhaust fouling- this happens a lot on 2 strokes and sometimes on 4 strokes. Cle... Read More »
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How to Change a Brake Master Cylinder Without Bleeding the Entire Brake System?

The brake master cylinder provides hydraulic pressure for the entire braking system. When the brake pedal is depressed, a push rod activates the master cylinder and pushes brake fluid to all four b... Read More »
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How to Change Brake Pads and Rotors on a general GM Disc Brake System?

This is a general description of the procedure involved in changing pads and rotors on a GM vehicle. First park the vehicle on a level surface, lift and support the car safely.
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