NickPSI

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Name: Nicholas Demers
Date registered: September 9, 2013

Latest posts

  1. 2004 Elantra GT Front Upstream o2 Oxygen Sensor Replacement — October 9, 2013
  2. BAFX Bluetooth OBDII Scan Tool Review — October 9, 2013
  3. Poverty Guide to Saving Money when Buying Parts — September 29, 2013
  4. Five Easy Tips for Pulling Parts from a Junkyard — September 25, 2013
  5. How to Replace a Downstream Oxygen Sensor (o2) — September 20, 2013

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Oct 09

2004 Elantra GT Front Upstream o2 Oxygen Sensor Replacement

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Upsteam o2 Sensor replacement on an 04 Elantra. Quick and Easy!

Oct 09

BAFX Bluetooth OBDII Scan Tool Review

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  BAFX Products Bluetooth OBD2 scan tool review, along with the Torque app found in the Google Marketplace. What a great combination of equipment to find out what your trouble codes are. Highly recommended!

Sep 29

Poverty Guide to Saving Money when Buying Parts

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Nine times out of ten, when your car needs to be serviced, you will need parts. Sometimes you just need fluids or maybe some ECU tuning, but that isn’t as common as removing worn/failed parts and replacing them to get back on the road. And since you are part of the Poverty Garage crew, you …

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Sep 25

Five Easy Tips for Pulling Parts from a Junkyard

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Not all parts are available at parts stores. Interior parts, clips, fasteners, lights and lenses can all be hard to source items. Maybe you lost a bracket or misplaced some bolts, or maybe you got upset because something wont come loose so you destroyed it in a fit of rage.   One option is to …

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Sep 20

How to Replace a Downstream Oxygen Sensor (o2)

Plagued by the check engine light? Don’t know what to do next? Fear not, for you have come to the right place! Commonly, a check engine light will signify a sensor that needs to be replaced. In this case, it was the downstream (after the catalytic converter) o2 sensor. This sensor is easy to locate, …

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Sep 17

How to Acquire Tools: The Poverty Way

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I know a lot of you may be new to auto repair, and thats great! It’s always good to see someone want to know how to repair their own vehicle because in most cases parts are cheap and labor is not. The first hurdle you will face is to actually acquire tools. If you want …

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Sep 14

2002 WRX: Fully Adjustable Koni Yellow Strut Install!

This car had a rough front end clunk. After replacing the inner and outer tie rods, the ball joints, the sway bar, sway bar endlinks, and the lower control arms, the noise still persisted. Last culprits left? Rack and pinion, CV shafts, or the struts and strut top hats. Being the easiest to replace first …

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