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How to Repair Your Pickup or SUV (Motorbooks Workshop)by Paul Brand
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SUV may stand for “Sport Utility Vehicle,” but it is the vehicle of choice for everyone from the soccer mom to the hunter to the small-business person. Whether confronting wild terrain or suburban sprawl, these daily drivers require regular maintenance to keep them in top form. This book, by straight-talking author and auto-show host Paul Brand, gives readers all the information they need to keep their SUVs and pickups running smoothly. With 50 step-by-step projects, all clearly illustrated with detailed photographs, How to Repair Your Pickup or SUV covers every aspect of car care for these vehicles, from basic fluid and brake replacement to engine and transmission maintenance. Though some of the book’s projects cover general vehicle maintenance, most are specific to pickups and SUVs, such as those focusing on suspension and wheel/SUV upgrades, bedliners, trailer hitches, and more.
Nationally renowned automotive expert Paul Brand is well known and respected for his vast knowledge of all things automotive. He is the host of Autotalk, a radio show devoted to automobiles and also an automotive columnist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. As an automotive troubleshooter, race-car driver, and leading instructor of law enforcement pursuit driving, Brand makes his shows and columns informative and entertaining with his wit, knowledge, and easy-to-understand advice.
50 step-by-step projects covering every aspect of car care for pickups and SUVs, from basic fluid and brake replacement to major engine and transmission maintenance.
About the Author
Nationally renowned automotive expert Paul Brand is the host of "Autotalk," a radio show devoted to automobiles. He is also an automotive columnist for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and the author of How to Repair Your Car, also from Motorbooks. He lives in Minneapolis.
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