Most used car buying guides or articles are for people buying nice, good condition used cars. This article is for people who have about $1000 to $3000 to spend, need a car NOW, but don’t want to make a BIG mistake. In todays economy likely more people are going to find themselves in this position.
Check your transmission from the side view and underneath for oil leaks. Get close and make sure that there are no tell tale signs of leakage, just in case it has been cleaned up but not fixed.
Oiling up the bolts and working away the rust should eventually free them. If not, you may need to borrow or rent an impact gun to remove the stuck bolts.
Does the idle go up and down? If the idle of the engine goes up and down, that can indicate a vacuum line leaking or an engine sensor that needs replacing. Usually not too expensive.
The first thing to do is to lift the car using a jack. Set the stands on all the corners of the car. Make sure that you set the car high so you can work comfortably and use the reciprocating saw. You have to wear protective glasses as well as ear plugs to protect your eyes and ears.
The HHO engine blends hydroxy gas with your current fuel, diesel or gasoline. When the fuel is combusted it burns more efficiently utilizing more fuel. Your current system doesn’t even use all of its fuel, and the unused fuel is burned up in the catalytic converter recyclers. So you’ve paid for fuel that you don’t use and then pay to get rid of it… Looks like there is room for improvement. This is where HHO comes in.
Take your time on the inspection. Take note of your first impression? If the car gives a bad first impression, you may have a hard time reselling it. If it doesn’t look good to you it most likely won’t look good to other buyers either.
If you are faced with this kind of situation, you should try to check if it is attached very thinly, then you should try to break if off. Keep in mind that before you do touch your car’s exhaust pipe, make sure that it is cool enough to touch or you might just get burnt in the process. On the other hand, if you cannot break it off, look around for a wire coat hanger or a mechanic’s wire. Wrap this around one end of the hanging pipe and then fasten the other end to the underside of your car. This should keep it in place right up until you bring your car to the muffler shop.