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Looking for automotive service in Greenville SC? *******www.stevewhitevw****/service/index.htm Dan shows you how to check your windshield wipers to see when to replace them. Schedule a service appointment online at *******www.stevewhitevw****/online-appointment.htm or call us at 864-288-8300. Like us on Facebook at *******www.facebook****/stevewhiteaudivw
23 Sep 2010
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*******www.wiper-wizard**** Visit us today! An ingenius tool to make your windscreen wipers like new in seconds!
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*******www.wiper-wizard**** Visit us today! An ingenius tool to make your windscreen wipers like new in seconds!
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Fall is a time for weekend drives to the cider mill, tailgating trips to cheer your alma mater to victory or a simple country color tour to see the changing autumn leaves. However, before you hop in the car to begin any of these adventures you need to make sure your vehicle is ready for the open road. Here’s a list of the top five items we recommend everyone should check or have performed before hitting the road for a fall trip: 1. Check car tires (check tread and pressure to help improve gas mileage) 2. Replace windshield wiper blades (summer heat can make the blades brittle and ineffective in rainy weather) 3. Fill washer fluid (it doesn’t hurt to keep an extra gallon of washer fluid in the trunk as winter weather starts creeping in) 4. Check engine coolant level (make sure the engine is cold before checking this one) 5. Check oil level and change if needed (use your exclusive GM Oil Life System to check your remaining oil life) These items can be easily checked in your garage or driveway in less than 15 minutes before starting your trip. You can also take your vehicle into your local Goodwrench dealer for a more thorough car inspection by a certified technician. These quick tips can save time, money and the hassle of having your fall trip ruined by a simple auto repair that could have been prevented. Fall check-ups and vehicle repairs are especially important because most owners have subjected their vehicles to wear and tear through the peak summer driving months, and will soon be putting them through their paces in winter driving. Keeping your vehicle operating at its peak condition will also improve your fuel economy. And if you do happen to hit the roads with a poorly maintained vehicle, the leaves may not be the only thing turning red out there. For more helpful vehicle repair information and maintenance tips, visit the Goodwrench Web site at www.goodwrench**** Produced for GM Goodwrench
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*******tinyurl****/7z32wxc --------- INSTANT DOWNLOAD --------- This is the complete maintenance manual for the Mercedes, models 107, 123, 124, 126, 129, 140 and 201. This manual applies to vehicles starting model year 1981 and covers all maintenance jobs for the following models: 107, 123, 124, 126, 129, 140, 201. A must have for any Mercedes owner and comes in very handy when ordering parts or making repairs. The manual covers the complete tear down and rebuild, pictures and part diagrams, torque specifications, maintenance, troubleshooting, etc. You name it and its in here. Contains: Inspecting component condition Inspecting condition of lines and hoses Inspecting components, lines and hoses Suspension and body structure inspection Water leakage and corrosion inspection Engine oil and filter change Adjusting valve clearance Checking valve clearance Checking and adjusting idle speed Checking and adjusting idle speed Checking injection timing Adjusting injection timing Replacing fuel filter Replacing fuel prefilter Cleaning metal reinforced air filter element Replacing air filter element Replacing air filter elements Checking condition and tension of V-belts Inspecting poly V-belt Checking intake & exhaust manifold seating Replacing oxygen sensor Check spark plugs, replace if necessary Replacing spark plugs Checking coolant level & antifreeze protection Checking coolant level Checking cooling & heating system Replacing coolant Adjust engine stop, retorque engine mount bolts Adjust engine stop Checking clutch disk for wear Manual transmission oil change Manualo transmission, checking & correcting oil level Automatic transmission fluid and filter change Automatic transmission, checking & correcting fluid level Transfer case fluid change Transfer case, checking & correcting fluid level Clutch system, checking & correcting fluid level Clutch system, inspect Inspecting & lubricating throttle linkage Checking and adjusting idle speed adjuster Level control, ADS, ASD, 4MATIC, fluid level Inspecting self-leveling suspension Front axle, checking & correcting oil level Checking front axle ball joints Checking ball joints using special tool Rear axle oil change Rear axle, checking & correcting oil level Rear axle mount, adjusting limiting stop Inspecting & rotating wheels Inspecting tires Correcting tire pressure Tightening wheel bolts Inspecting drive shaft flexible coupling Checking brake fluid level Inspecting brake lines Checking brake pads & disk thickness Inspecting & cleaning brake disks Inspecting parking brake cable Adjusting parking brake Replacing brake fluid Brake test, parking brake check Check power steering fluid level Checking steering play Retightening steering bolts Checking fuel system condition Retightening exhaust flange Retightening exhaust system connections Checking & correcting battery fluid level Checking warning & indicator lamps Cleaning water drains Removing and installing engine compartment lower panel Lubricating door hinges Lubricating door locks Hydraulic top, checking & correcting fluid level Sunroof, clean & grease rails Soft top, checking locking tabs Checking & correcting windshield washer fluid level Cleaning cassete deck tone head Cleaning antenna mast Headlamp & exterior lamp inspection Windshield & headlamp wiper & washer inspection Replacing windshield wiper blade Checking & correcting AC refrigerant charge Replacing dust filter for heating & ventilation Replacing active charcoal filter Replacing recirculating air filter Lubricating folding side mirror Lubricating hood Inspecting safety belts Backrest lock - check operation Removing & installing lower noise encapsulation panels Checking body for paint damage Format: Pdf Language: English Compatible: Win/Mac All workshop and service repair manuals are in a digital Adobe Pdf format. Tons of pictures and diagrams at your fingertips!! Why get grease over your manual? All pages are printable, so run off what you need & take it with you into the home, office or repair shop. --------- INSTANT DOWNLOAD ---------
22 Mar 2012
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