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Online Auto Repair

Updated on February 22, 2013

Learn How To Fix A Car Online

Fixing your own car is not rocket science, it's just knowing what to do to diagnose the problem in the first place. You can learn how to go about figuring out what the heck is wrong with your car at the online auto repair website called Once you know what needs fixed, you will be able to learn what to do in order to get your car back on the road fast. It's free to use, so go ahead, visit today.

You Have A Good Idea of What The Problem Is

If you think you know what kind of car trouble you are having, go ahead and use the next section to further diagnose what is going on.

If you have no idea of what the problem could be, you have the option of asking your automotive questions and get answered by a qualified car mechanic.

Online Auto Repair Manuals

If you need a little more help...

For those of you who need a little more help than you can find online, you can get any kind of automotive manual you need. If you only need to see a certain part of a repair manual or a diagnostic chart, you can just ask one of the mechanics at and they will look it up and send it to you. What more can you ask for?

Car Mechanics Answer Your Questions for Free

I'll bet you didn't know there was such a place that you could ask a car mechanic a question without it costing you one cent did you? It's ok, our mechanics at stay busy all day long answering questions from people just like you who are looking to fix their own cars.

Let's face it, getting your car fixed at a garage can be costly. If it's something you can tackle yourself and only have to buy the parts, great! You will save a ton of money in the long run by fixing your car yourself. It's a good feeling to know you can and will fix something if it goes wrong on your vehicle.

If You Have to Go to a Repair Shop

Make sure you ask this important question

Before allowing any repair shop to perform work on your vehicle, make sure you have nailed them down to a final cost for the repairs. You can ask them if this is going to be the final cost. By doing this you will know upfront what kind of add-on prices to expect. If you think they are going to add on expenses to the bill after they quote you a price, offer to go ahead and make out a check for the amount quoted so that you won't have to worry with it when you return to pick it up. The reaction of the person giving you the quote will give you enough information to decide whether or not they plan on charging you more.

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