What are some good fix-it-yourself books for cars?


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When it comes to fixing cars yourself, the books "Auto Repair for Dummies," "How to Repair Your Car" and "Auto Upkeep: Basic Car Care, Maintenance, and Repair" provide easy-to-understand advice and car-repair tips. Reviews show that readers find all three books helpful.

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Both "How to Repair Your Car," published by Motorbooks, and "Auto Upkeep: Basic Car Care, Maintenance, and Repair," published by Rolling Hills Publishing, contain fewer than 250 pages of instructions each, while "Auto Repairs for Dummies," published by For Dummies, contains 552 pages. These books all offer advice on diagnosing the occasional odd car noise as well as tips on choosing a good auto mechanic for issues that require deeper automotive knowledge.

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