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Car jamming devices Jammers: what are they for, how to choose
Most likely for work, if you are thinking about finding and buying a signal jammer, you need it for work. Tasks of all suppressors are different: for example, in the car – to protect against tracking or activation of explosive…
How to Install A Dual Battery System In a Vehicle
Say, you’re the proud owner of a big, strong, and capable vehicle, like a Ford Super Duty, and mostly use it for industrial work. I bet that truck requires a lot of power to fire up the tools for the…
Does Muffler Tape Work
It’s safe to say that the muffler is one of the most important components of any vehicle’s powertrain. It has two important jobs: to help get rid of the emissions efficiently and to keep the engine noise to a minimum,…
How To Remove A Headlight Lens
Statistically, headlights are one of the most durable and reliable parts of any modern-day vehicle. They don’t require much maintenance and serve the driver for a very long time. The same is true for the lens. Essentially, it’s a sturdy…
Why a Seat Belt Won’t Release or Retract
If you’re having trouble with the seat belt, and don’t know how to fix it, this post is for you! This can actually happen for several reasons, including a faulty retractor, an obstruction in the way of the belt, or…
How to Find Out If You Have a Bad Ignition Coil
The spark plugs create ignition in the cylinders, and the engine fires up. The ignition coils, in turn, “feed” the plugs with an electrical charge. So, the motor simply won’t be able to start without any of these components. Malfunctioning…