The perfect book for modifying muscle car electrical circuits for cooling fans and or power windows, wiring a hot rod from scratch, or adding a big stereo and other conveniences to modern performance cars.
This manual takes the mystery out of Second-Generation On-Board Diagnostic Systems allowing you to understand your vehicles OBD-II sytem, plus what to do when the "Check Engine" light comes on, from reading the code to diagnosing and fixing the problem. Includes a comprehensive list of computer codes.
Computer-controlled car repair made easy! For all car and light truck models manufactured since 1996.
Understand your vehicle's On-Board Diagnostic system
How to deal with that "Check Engine" light--from reading the code to diagnosing and fixing the problem
Comprehensive computer codes list
Powertrain management fundamentals
OBD-II "monitors" explained
Generic trouble codes that cover all models!
Manufacturer-specific trouble codes for GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota/Lexus and Honda/Acura vehicles
Let your car's computer help you find the problem!
Component replacement procedures
Glossary and acronym list
Fully illustrated with over 250 photographs and drawings
Four all-time favorite episodes from the popular radio show—complete, unexpurgated, and hilarious.
Click and Clack may be America's most trusted car repair experts. They are certainly the funniest, as millions of listeners who tune in each week to Car Talk can attest. As each show unfolds, it develops its own zany feeling and rhythm, sometimes due to the strength of the coffee or a particularly large burr in Tommy's undershorts.
This Car Talk set is for fans who want to waste another four perfectly good hours. Rather than a "best of" collection, it's four complete shows—every call, every joke, every "Don't drive like my brother" admonition, every puzzler, every punny mention of a fictional show staff member (chauffeur Picov Andropov, night club manager Don Kashane), and every maniacal laugh.
The four shows include the 2002 Mother's Day extravaganza with Click and Clack's long-suffering mom, and "You Can’t Do It Unless the Number Is Two" from February 2001, the show that gave birth to a new Car Talk mantra and exposed Tommy's radical views on education (like, it should end after 7th grade).
First published in 1969, this classic manual of automotive repair equips VW owners with the knowledge to handle every situation they will come across with any air-cooled Volkswagen built through 1978, including Bugs, Karmann Ghias, vans, and campers. With easy-to-understand, fun-to-read information — for novice and veteran mechanics alike — anecdotal descriptions, and clear language, this book takes the mystery out of diagnostic, maintenance, and repair procedures, and offers some chuckles along the way. This edition features new information on troubleshooting, new photos, and an updated resource list.
Step-by-step instructions for repair and maintenance of all 2001 thru 2012 GM 6.6L Duramax diesel engines.
Included in the Duramax Diesel Engine Techbook are these topics:
--Tools and equipment
--Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
--Engine repairs and overhaul
--Fuel and engine management systems
--Emissions control systems
The top-selling auto repair guide--400,000 copies sold--now extensively reorganized and updated Forty-eight percent of U.S. households perform at least some automobile maintenance on their own, with women now accounting for one third of this $34 billion automotive do-it-yourself market. For new or would-be do-it-yourself mechanics, this illustrated how-to guide has long been a must and now it's even better. A complete reorganization now puts relevant repair and maintenance information directly after each automotive system overview, making it much easier to find hands-on fix-it instructions. Author Deanna Sclar has updated systems and repair information throughout, eliminating discussions of carburetors and adding coverage of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles. She's also revised schedules for tune-ups and oil changes, included driving tips that can save on maintenance and repair costs, and added new advice on troubleshooting problems and determining when to call in a professional mechanic. For anyone who wants to save money on car repairs and maintenance, this book is the place to start. Deanna Sclar (Long Beach, CA), an acclaimed auto repair expert and consumer advocate, has contributed to the Los Angeles Times and has been interviewed on the Today show, NBC Nightly News, and other television programs.