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Magazine articles on new car, minivan, and SUV models, auto repair, and equipment.
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The Family Room
Kristi Grigsby
Buckle Up! The Importance of Child Safety Seats Here's some research on the facts and laws regarding child car safety seats, including tips for selecting and installing a seat, when to use what kind of seat, and when your child no longer needs to use a safety seat... mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 2000
Bob Freudenberger
Replacing Your Water Pump Its rubber parts may disintegrate if the engine overheats, and its polished sealing faces can wear and warp if the engine is run dry. Typically, pumps will start leaking catastrophically shortly after a boil-over. This kind of failure can be worse than it sounds... mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
June 21, 2000
Jacques Leslie
We want our SUVs Al Gore and the Democrats' attacks aside, rising gas prices could be the only thing that forces the U.S. to stop hogging the world's energy. mark for My Articles 991 similar articles
June 15, 2000
Jeffrey L. Seglin
Six Days of the Honda Insight A noncar guy discovers the perfect wheels for a small sales fleet -- but there's a catch mark for My Articles 294 similar articles
May 24, 2000
Beth Gallagher
Road sows Why do women drive SUVs? Could it be that they believe that size matters -- in the driveway? mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 2000
Mike Allen
Fixing Power Windows Fortunately, power windows are usually one of the more reliable systems on a late-model car. And diagnosis and repair are usually pretty straightforward... mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
The Family Room
Gary Foreman
Why 'Gas Out' Won't Work encouraging people to support a 'Gas Out' from April 7 to 9th. Everyone would refuse to buy gas those days... mark for My Articles 1625 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 2000
Bob Freudenberger
Replacing Your Fuel Pump If there's anything over 60,000 miles on the odometer, but more commonly 100,000 plus, there's a good chance that the cause of this distressing no-start condition is an electric fuel pump that's no longer capable of forcing fuel forward with sufficient pressure... mark for My Articles 370 similar articles
Mother Jones
August 1999
Jack Hitt
The Hidden Life of SUVs They're built to go off-road, but what kind of landscape are they really designed to conquer? mark for My Articles 159 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 1999
Choosing The Right Coolant Time to pick up a couple of jugs of antifreeze. But what kind? The parts store now stocks three colors: yellow, green and orange. Huh? Isn't all antifreeze green? Isn't it all the same? Nope... mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
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