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Great how to articles for fixing and modifying your car contributed by the community.
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One of our authors posted an easy guide to replacing Front brake pads and rotors on a 2007 Kia Sorento.

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A pretty simple project for cleaning up the aging emblems on your Lotus's wheels
Out with the old and in with the new. Updating the wheel center cap emblems on our Lotus Elise was a pretty fast and rewarding project.

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Out with the old and in with the new. Updating the wheel center cap emblems on our Lotus Elise was a pretty fast and rewarding project.
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Out with the old and in with the new. Updating the wheel center cap emblems on our Lotus Elise was a pretty fast and rewarding project.
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Here's a little Chevrolet HHR how to with all the needed parts numbers and tools.
The Chevy HHR uses a modern electrical distributorless ignition system, meaning that it does not utilize a distributor and spark plug wires, but instead a coil pack to deliver controlled electrical power to fire the spark plugs. This not only cuts down on parts needed, but makes for a much more efficient ignition system.

Chevrolet recommends changing your HHR's spark plugs every 100,000 miles. No harm will be done if you choose to do yours sooner. This article covers how to change your spark plugs in your Chevy HHR.

https://howtune.com/articles/369-change-the-spark-plugs-on-a-chevrolet-hhr

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The Chevy HHR uses a modern electrical distributorless ignition system, meaning that it does not utilize a distributor and spark plug wires, but instead a coil pack to deliver controlled electrical power to fire the spark plugs. This not only cuts down on parts needed, but makes for a much more efficient ignition system.

Chevrolet recommends changing your HHR's spark plugs every 100,000 miles. No harm will be done if you choose to do yours sooner. This article covers how to change your spark plugs in your Chevy HHR.

https://howtune.com/articles/369-change-the-spark-plugs-on-a-chevrolet-hhr
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