How To : Fix the driver side window in a Dodge Dakota truck

This automotive repair tutorial shows you how to fix a broken power window on a 1998 Dodge Dakota Sport 4x4 when it won't go up or down. Even if you don't know exactly what is causing your power window not to work, this video will show you how to diagnose and fix the problem i ...more

How To : Replace the side view mirror on a Nissan Altima

Someone has just smashed the side mirror off your perfect Nissan Altima that you parked on that busy road you know you shouldn't have parked on anyway, so now it's up to you to repair it— unless you want to pay an overpriced mechanic, who will charge you for parts, labor, and ...more

How To : Check and change the engine air filter in a car

Kim the in-house mechanic for Driverside shows you how to quickly and easily replace your cars air filter. The reason you would need to change your air filter is that over time the flow is reduced which consequently reduces your car's gas mileage. To change your air filter you ...more

How To : Countersink a wood screw

This video shows you how to countersink a wood screw. 1. Find appropriate pilot hole drill. This should match the shank size of the screw. 2. Drill the pilot hole. 3. Locate a countersink with a single cutting edge or multiple cutting edges for a better finish. 4. Drill the co ...more

How To : Troubleshooting a door check link

Here, Rich Pin demonstrates how to troubleshoot the door check link by working on the Saturn S series. Typical example is the popping sound you hear when you open and close the door. 1. Open the door on the driver's side. 2. Locate the door check link. 3. Remove the inside do ...more

How To : Draw a 56 Chevy truck with a flame paint job

In this how to video, you will learn how draw a '56 Chevy truck with flames. First, draw the outline of the car. Next, go into it with the windshield and driver side window. Next, draw the two wheels on the side. Also draw the lines for the fenders of the car. Add in the grill ...more

How To : Check and replace the fuses on a car

Kim, a staff mechanic of Driverside, demonstrates how to check the fuses in a car. In majority of the cars the main fuse box could be located on the left side of the kick panel situated near the driver seat. Inside the car, he opened a cover stating fuse box (near the driver s ...more

How To : Check the air pressure in your car's tires

Check air pressure in car’s tires Kim Perin tries to explain how to check the air pressure of the wheels of a car. Now checking the air pressure of the wheels is necessary as low pressure leads to leakage of the wheels and makes it unsafe and in addition high pressure creates ...more

How To : Adjust mirrors in a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

This video tutorial explains how to operate the mirrors in a 2010 Toyota 4Runner. The mirrors are power operated. On the driver's side, left of the steering wheel are a couple of buttons to help you adjust the mirrors to your preference. The first button is a switch between le ...more

How To : Check and set your tire pressure

This how-to video is about how to check and set the tire pressure in the car. The first and foremost thing we need to consider while setting the right pressure in the car tire is looking for the proper inflation pressure for both front and rear tires. We can find the manufactu ...more

How To : Use auto climate controls on a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

On 4Runners equipped with the automatic climate control system, the left and right hand knobs control the temperature settings for the driver's side and passenger's side. To use it, switch on auto mode by pressing the ‘auto’ switch on the left hand knob so the amber light is i ...more

News : The Car Trick

Two people need to do this prank. First, you need a car. Where the steering wheel is, take it off and put it on the passenger side, so that the peddles remain in the driver side and the wheel in the passenger side. Take it to a garage perhaps on the back of a truck or if you' ...more

How To : Diagnose five common sounds your car might make

Kim Parent from Drivers Side answers questions received about the diagnosis of sounds your car may make. 1. Squealing sound-Typically means brake pads need to be replaced. 2. Mechanical sound with steering wheel looseness-Probably means you have loose joints in the front of yo ...more

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