Buying A New Car Compare CR-V – RAV4-Forester-Save Money-Save Time

How do you buy a new car? Following my 5-step process will save you money and time. In this example, we are comparing Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Subaru Forester. Not only did I do my own research, but also I asked each dealer to compare their car with others. In this video, you will hear dealers comparing their cars since I would like to see what they have to say about their competitors.

Notice that there are different ranking systems. I pick Consumer Reports as it keeps a neutral position, not accepting manufacturer’s donations. But even with Consumer Reports different months may have different scores. So in the end, you need to weight the overall impressions, price and safety into consideration.

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New Car Buying tips
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Honda CR-V
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The Cheapest & Easiest Way To Detect A Faulty Sparkplug Cable

The Cheapest & Easiest Way To Detect A Faulty Sparkplug Cable
If your engine light is on, telling you the cylinder is misfiring, then there is a simple easy way to determine if the sparkplug cable is at fault. And it does not cost you a penny.

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1. The cheapest way to change sparkplugs http://youtu.be/YhFWC8VcDOU
2. to DIY make a sparkplug socket: http://youtu.be/f0BXbktniQA

Reading Car Owner’s Manual For Busy Owners

If your new car is not your first car, chances are that you have not read your user’s manual. This video will acquaint you with the most necessary information you need to know for a Lexus ES350, 2014. Some of the features are likely similar on other models or makes.

Of course, if you need to know more, you should check the user’s guide.

The Cheapest Way To Change Spark Plug

Based on the kinds of the tools you have, I will provide the cheapest way for you to change your spark plug. There are 3 key pieces:
1. the spark plug socket (rubber socket, magnetic socket or spring socket) , did you know you can make your own socket for changing the spark plug?
2. the gap gauge
3. the wrench extension set.

Since you don’t change your spark plug many times, you may not choose to buy a special tool. I claim to be the cheapest.

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