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Old 06-07-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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What work is so simple that a person with tools and instructions can do them selves

What things a person with basic tools and simple instructions can and maybe should do their self as far as mechanical and maintaince work on a 1996 V6 mustang 5 speed? If something comes to your mind list it. If the instructions are that simple you can add those details also.
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You can do springs, shocks, breaks, oil changes, rotate tires, install intake, do spark plugs.
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Old 06-07-2013, 05:03 PM   #3
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You can get a good car wash :p
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You do ALOT trust me. Just look up what you want to do and if you have the tools go for it. But if it involves wiring and getting into your cars computer I wouldn't recommend it
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You do ALOT trust me. Just look up what you want to do and if you have the tools go for it. But if it involves wiring and getting into your cars computer I wouldn't recommend it
+1 the best way to learn is hands on!
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:46 PM   #7
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there isn't much you can't do with hand tools...heck you can even align your own wheels if you go online and read on how to build a drive alignment tool using squares and ramps lol
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+1 the best way to learn is hands on!
that is what she said.
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that is what she said.
That's what u told her! Lmao.
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