Book Review – Every Woman’s Quick & Easy Car Care

Every Woman’s Quick & Easy Car Care
My Ranking: 10
Price: New from $14.75, Used from $2.29
Owners: Bridget Kachur
Website: Amazon


“Spark plugs? Fan belts? Alternators? Flat tire? Help! When it comes to auto mechanics, many women feel uneducated, unqualified, or just plain incapacitated. We simply get behind the wheel and drive; when the car starts making odd noises or refuses to start, we’re forced to call for help. We entrust our cars to the hands of oil-spattered mechanics and hope for the best.”

Every Woman’s Quick & Easy Car Care will revolutionize the way women feel about their cars.”


  • Not just for Women, but for anyone who wants to learn
  • Everything from Car Seats to Tires
  • Troubleshooting details
  • HELP sign comes with it
  • Index in back


  • Copyright 2002
  • How to dispose of fluids (0il change)
  • Battery size (specific vehicle info)
  • Coolants, brake fluid, and power steering fluid (can vary from car to car)
  • Finding accessories


Women, men, teens, new drivers, older folks. Anyone who wishes to learn more about their vehicle and how to take better care of it (or them – if multiple vehicles)


Learn in detail about what car seats are good for which kids, how to properly install them, tires and how to read it, how to put air in, what the different signs of tire wear mean, batteries, the electrical system, the fuel system, tune-ups, checking dipsticks, troubleshooting and more!

The pictures and descriptions of how an engine works is detailed and explicit. You’ll also find pictures and details on the electrical system, fuel system, drive train and more.

Appendix – Vehicle Specifications Record, Weekly Maintenance Checks, Monthly Maintenance Checks, Vehicle Tune Up (Service Guide), Collision Report Forms, Unoccupied Vehicle Collision Report Form, Leaving vehicle to get gas or other form, HELP sign, and Index.


New from $14.75, Used from $2.29


This is the book I will be using for my Hands-On Automotive Basics class. It’s one of the best books I have ever read on the things that folks should know about taking better care of their vehicles. This book is for everyone who wants to learn, not just women.

The book is inexpensive to buy, it’s loaded with all kinds of beneficial information on taking care of a vehicle, knowing how it works, and what you can do to troubleshoot, prevent or solve a problem with your vehicle(s).

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Auto Shades for Cars

Auto Shades for Windshields, Rear Windows, and Side Windows

An auto shade or sunshade is for covering the front windshield of your vehicle, to not only keep the car cooler, but to keep you from burning your hands on the steering wheel and your butt on the seat.

You can get them for Cars, Trucks, Suvs, RVs and Mobile Homes (and possibly aircraft too). The window glass is all different sizes for different makes and models, so you will need to find the information to get the correct one for that vehicle(s).

To look up the size of the windshield, you must first look up the vehicle Year, Make and Model. It will tell you that for your vehicle you will need a small, medium, large or extra large sized sunshade and will need to find the right size on the package back, at the parts counter or in an application guide.

You may be able to find these sizes by looking at the back of the package of the auto shade or sunshade in question. You can find sunshades or auto shades in most auto parts stores, Walmart, and other department stores like Kmart, as well as online.

They come as round ones that pop up, rectangular and plastic ones that fold close and open up in fit in the window. You have to put up the  windshield visors to put it in and then fold the visors down to hold the sunshade in place.

They come small, medium, large and extra large in size. The size of the glass and sunshade is determined by the year, make and model of a vehicle. If you are reading the sunshade guide, you will see what shade it recommends for your vehicle.

You can even get cool pictured sunshades like Star Wars. (I found this sunshade located on Amazon.) There are others with Star Trek, animals, just plain silver (foil) or colored foils, different movie characters and many others. It’s kind of fun to have something that cools off your car and looks pretty awesome in the process.

You can even get them for the holiday season, as they have the Nightmare Before Christmas, and others.

Rear Window Shades

The rear window shades have suction cups that stick to the window. It’s all part of the window shade.

Make sure you use the foaming glass cleaner before installing the rear window shade or the suction cups will not stick! It will also clean off a lot of other crap that’s stuck to the glass as well. (It cleans a lot better than the traditional spray glass cleaners.)

Side Shades

You can buy them for the side windows as well. You can also buy a window shade (like one you put in the window at home) that pulls up to retract and pull down for shade.

Parents will buy them to help keep the sun off of or out of the eyes of the small children that they have. It also helps to keep the car cooler.

The summer sun can be quite brutal, so we do things to help keep some temperature control in our vehicles, so they won’t be quite so warm when we get into them. No burned hands, butts, and arms on the seats, the arm rests and the steering wheel.

These sunshades, no matter what color, texture, or pictured will work. The whole idea is to keep out the sun and keep the vehicle cooler.

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Hood Lift Supports

Hood, Hatch, Trunk Lift Supports

Some cars have hood, hatch or trunk lifts (or shocks) which are either gas-charged or hydraulic. Others will have a hood support (large piece of slim metal that is on the radiator support that lifts and fits in a hole in the hood to hold it open).

If you went into the parts store to find one, you might find a Mighty Lift Application Guide (for Gas-Charged lifts) like this to look through. These lifts aren’t just for hoods. There are listings for hatchbacks and trunks as well.

If the auto parts store does not have that part in stock, ask them if they can order it for you. Sometimes they can get it to you in a day or two, sometimes it can take up to a week or more (especially if it’s a special order – which you must prepay). They cannot carry all the lifts for all vehicles because they only have so much space for the common ones they do have.

The package has the number on it that the book specifies for your vehicle. You can look for it in the rack where it is kept, if it’s on the floor. If you need help, please ask someone there if they can help you find it. The directions are inside for replacing the old ones with the new ones.

~Remember, it takes two people to do this as someone needs to hold up the side of the hood you are replacing the lift support on.


Pictured above is the hood lift supports for an Acura MDX 2007 to 2013 that are gas charged. (No hydraulic fluid.)

These lifts are replacements for the ones that go bad. A bad one will not hold up the hood, hatch or trunk.

Please DO NOT place a stick in there to hold it up it goes bad! If you have to do repairs for ANY reason – you could knock the stick out and get seriously hurt!

 Do not do this job by yourself!

You will need someone to help you either remove or replace the lift, hold the hood, hatch or trunk while you do it. (There are pinch points if you have your fingers or hand in the wrong place.)

         ALWAYS read the directions first before doing ANYTHING!

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Wiper Blades

Wiper Blades

Wiper Blades are necessary for you to be able to see in bad weather.  You should know what the wiper blade sizes are and in order to do that, you should be able to read a guide that is usually found in the wiper blade section of a store.

I’ve found in some places that there is also a digital guide you can use to find out the right information as well. There are vehicles that may have 2 different size wiper blades and some the same size. You should always have that information on hand. (I add mine to the owner’s manual, as there is a place for notes.) The auto parts stores can also look that information up in the computer for you as well.

To find the wiper blade(s) for your vehicle, it’s looked up by Year, Make (Ford, Chevy, GMC, Acura, Honda, ect), and Model (Taurus, Cobalt, Sierra, TL, Accord, ect).  It will list DRIVER’S SIDE and PASSENGER SIDE. Make sure you put them on the right side, if you don’t … you’ll notice the problem right away.

You should change your wiper blades at least twice a year! They don’t make them like they used to – so they don’t last as long. A good recommendation is to change them in October before it snows and in April when the weather is getting warmer.

You can look up the size of the wiper blades online. Write down the part number of the ones you want. You can look up the wiper blades on any auto parts site. It goes by Year, Make and Model to find that information to find the right wipers for your vehicle.

There are many different companies that make wiper blades. There is ANCO, AERO, TRICO are a few. There is also RainX, Michelin, Good Year, Hella, Bosch (example – SAAB), generic replacement blades (rubber part – not recommended as they don’t stay in place).

Did you know, that the RainX blades were designed to work with other RainX products? 

You can use the wiper blades with the Bug Wash, the 2-1, the De-Icer and All Season fluids. They all contain a type of wax to allow the water to bead up and run off. You don’t have to use the wipers so often when you use those products and it helps to extend the life of the wiper blades.

The other RainX cleaner product I use to wash the windows and mirrors with. It contains a wax that allows the water to bead off the glass allowing you to see much better through those windows. It also works really well in the winter time, but you should apply it in weather that’s at least 60 degrees or warmer so that it sticks to the glass. It allows the snow and sleet to slide off of those surfaces, to give you a better view in the bad weather.

If you don’t know how to install them, some auto parts companies offer a free installation IF you purchase the wiper blades in their store.

IT’S THE LAWALWAYS use your wiper blades in fog, rain, snow, sleet, and other precipitation.  ALSO – IF your wiper blades are on – Then the regular vehicle lights as well (Not daytime running lights as the rear lights do not usually work when those are on!) SAFETY FIRST!

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Owner’s Manuals

Owner’s Manual

The Owner’s Manual can be found in every new car, truck, crossover or SUV. It’s either in the glove box or in the console.  In order for you to take proper care of your vehicle, all of the basic knowledge you need is in your owner’s manual.

The Owner’s Manual covers things such as …

  1. Type of fuel.
  2. How to change the time on the car.
  3. Fluids and where they go.
  4. How to use the radio/cassette/CD player.
  5. Where to find and change fuses.
  6. Troubleshooting
  7. Warranty information and more…

90% of the population will Never read this manual.  Everything you pretty much need to know is in there.  Whatever isn’t, you can learn to do, as I have. It isn’t rocket science.

Most people would rather go to the garage, the parts store, the mechanic or somewhere else like YouTube (which isn’t always the proper way to do things) for that instant information.  Folks tend to be so “pressed for time” that they couldn’t be bothered” with reading the information that they already have at their disposal.

In dealing with cars, trucks and SUV problems, Instant Gratification isn’t always the answer!

I was also ignorant about the information on my car for a long time. I didn’t want to “waste” time reading the manual and finding out what I needed to know, and it was already available to me for free! You will waste more time running around to find the information.  Take the time to read the manual, you’ll be surprised at what you find in there.

There may be other manuals included with the owner’s manual. Those are manuals on radio/stereo system, alarm system, and even GPS.

Did you know, that in some newer manuals, such as my 2003 Buick, there is information on how to properly clean the vehicle? It tells you what types of products you need, so that you don’t ruin it.

Always keep a Repair Manual on hand as well. That acts as a back up, when the trouble-shooting or repair information part of the owner’s manual isn’t enough.

Did your used car not come with an owner’s manual?  All cars, trucks, suvs,motorcycles and more initially came with an owner’s manual so it’s important to have one.

You can search and find your owner’s manual here: Owner’s Manual.

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Car Repair Manual

Automotive Repair Manuals

A vehicle repair manual is similar but different. The automotive repair manual is for doing extended troubleshooting, small and larger repairs by yourself.

The owner’s manual gives you just the basic repair information such as fluid types, checking oil, brake fluid, radiator coolant, windshield wash fluid, the details of the vehicle (radio, interior lights, seat belts) and other information.

This is called “Do It Yourself” or DIY, because you are doing this with the aid of a repair manual, rather than a mechanic. If you have a mechanic, and you get stuck on something you don’t understand or you don’t have enough information, please ask the mechanic. They are trained to properly repair each vehicle.

I once worked at the auto parts store with a young man, known as Sean, who worked for a GM dealership before coming to the auto parts store and he was awesome at fixing General Motors cars. He was my GM specialist, my go-to guy for information on GM products, in order to help the customers. Last I knew, he was going to become a mechanic to work on NASCAR cars.

Most automotive repair manuals can be obtained through the auto parts stores or online. There are two types of repair manuals that are usually sold in the auto stores. They are Haynes, Chilton and Mitchell repair manuals.

If you don’t see yours in the store, go to the search bar, type in Haynes or Chilton Repair Manuals. You can view just the section of whatever repair you are working on or purchase the repair manual to always have at hand. (This is especially good, if your connection to the internet isn’t working.)

YouTube is great if you need help and the mechanic isn’t available. You can sometimes learn a shortcut to help shorten the time of the repair(s) that you are doing. Going to a highly rated professional site like Car and Driver, is a good place to start.

(Remember that you may not always get the proper way to do this right, as some folks don’t always use the right tools for the job, which can be very dangerous!)

You should always make sure that you have an automotive repair manual on hand. Every new(used) car I’ve had, I always made sure I had a repair manual. This is especially good if you know how to do some work on a car, but don’t have the repair details you need.

Are you looking for an Automotive Repair Manual? Check out Chilton’s Repair Manuals or Haynes Repair Manuals pages for that information. Just drop me a comment below or an email, and I will help you find the one you’re looking for.

PS – I can also find them for older vehicles and some classics (for classics – some are very hard to come by or almost non-existent). Please let me know what you are looking for and I will do my best to find the one you’re looking for. Thank you!

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Sylvania Headlights and Bulbs

Replacing Headlights and Bulbs

Making sure you have headlights on days that require them, is very important. If one of those headlights or bulbs blows out, you should replace them.

I use Sylvania headlight bulbs in my vehicle. They are easy to look up and to find the number of the bulb I’m looking to replace. You will see a book like this in some auto parts stores.

Each book will start with each automobile in Alphabetical order.  You look up the Make, Model and Year of the vehicle. (Not just car listings, it has truck and SUV as well.) If you have a Buick Century that is what you look for.

Now, this listing below shows a Mercedes Benz C-Class 2015-16.  At the top of the page, you will see Year, Make/Model, and then across the top – the type of bulbs you are looking for. This shows parking and directional signal bulbs (safety feature) and you should ALWAYS use them.

As you go down the page, on the right side is the year (in 2 digits), it goes lower (older vehicles) and then you follow that line across to find the right bulb(s) you need.

There is a listing for Halogen (normal lights), LEDs (brighter lights) and HIDs (high-intensity discharge). If you’re not sure what type of bulbs you have in the vehicle, you can access your owner’s manual, as it will have that information available in either bulbs, headlights, lights, or lamps. That can be found in the index section of your book.

Once you find the listing of the bulb you need, you will need to look at the lighting area. You need to find the proper bulb(s). One section is all headlights and one is the other bulbs for other parts of the car.

In this picture you will see the smaller bulbs, such as license plate bulbs (usually number 168 and number 194 in older cars). The number can be seen to match the book on the top right hand-side of the package of which they are in.

As you can see these are LEDs. They are much brighter and they last much longer than the halogen bulbs. So if you want to upgrade to a brighter light, you can. You just find the same number bulb in the LED section as the one you were originally looking for. (If the halogen number is a 194, then look for 194 in LED – same bulb only brighter.)

(If you are having trouble finding it, ask someone for help. They are usually in numerical order from left to right.) Some stores may not display all of the lights on some cars (especially new ones), so you may have to order it or find it in a different store.

There are 4 different headlights that go from factory to really bright. These are Halogen, Extra Vision, Silver Star, and Silver Star Ultra. The packages are different colors. Take a look below.

Now, if you remember what I said about some auto parts stores having Free Services available, one of them is helping you to change a bulb. Make sure you buy BULB GREASE as well to help keep the condensation and water from shorting out the bulb and the wiring.

The bulbs should always be purchased as a pair. Usually when you change one, the other one decides to go bad. Besides, it’s less money in a 2-pack then buying them singly.  Buying in pairs also goes for the other bulbs on the vehicle as well.

(From the picture above, it gives you an idea of what the package looks like,  and roughly how much the product is, so you know what to look for.  It’s usually located with the bulbs. The price may vary place-to-place, as every store may deal with a different distributor.)

You must be careful if you decide to go with a brighter bulb (other than an LED which burns cooler), because the brighter the bulb, the hotter it is. If you have a plastic headlight lens on your car, and you don’t put the light in correctly, you can melt parts of the headlight because then you’ll have to replace the headlight casing.

Not all part stores may have this, so please ask first!

Changing the bulbs in the car doesn’t have to be a big deal.  Most Owner’s Manuals will have directions on how to change the headlights and bulb(s). If they don’t go to YouTube and search for “Changing a headlight on a 1995 Ford Taurus” or whatever your vehicle is.  It isn’t rocket science and anyone can learn how to do it.

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Cheap Automotive Accessories Online

Cheap Automotive Accessories

Everyday there are people searching for cool, new items for their vehicles.  These are called accessories as it is something you add to your car that is either decorative or useful.

There are many places on the internet to find inexpensive and fun accessories for your vehicle. Things such as eyelashes for cars, vent visors that keep out the inclement weather such as rain and snow, bug deflectors or bug shields that are placed on the front of the vehicle to help keep bugs off the windshield, air fresheners of different sizes, shapes, and fragrances, lens covers for lights, off road lights and light bars for off road use, and more.

The Picture shows a visor organizer, a cd holder for your sun visor, other little mirrors, rearview mirror replacement, clips and other things.

On the left side, you’ll see a compass, seatbelt slides (cover to wrap around it – comfort), digital clock and more!

You can find High Performance parts and accessories at places called “Speed Shops”.  In Connecticut, I know there is one on the Manchester/Vernon line called National Speed Center. They carry a lot of aftermarket accessories for cars and trucks.

To find an accessory online, you go to the search bar, type in what you’re looking for… say vent visors.

You will see a listing of places you can buy them from. These online stores will have that item; Amazon , Auto Zone, Advance Auto, JC Whitney, Walmart, and more.

There are two different kinds of vent visors… in-channel and tape-on standard.  They can be also referred to as wind deflectors.

To find inexpensive ones, type in cheap window vent visors and then check out the list of stores online until you find a good price and the particular one you are looking for. There are window visors and sunroof ones. They also come in different colors, shapes and sizes.

Let’s discuss the way these two different types of vent visors are installed…

  • The in-channel is installed inside the window groove where the windows roll up. They tend to stay in place much better.
  • The tape-on standard type have double-sided tape to stick them into place. You have to clean up the areas of installation really well, making sure there is no type of oil residue is there or the tape will not stick.

To find the right vent-visor, you can either look at the top of the vent-visor package for year, make, model, body style (2-door, 4-door, sedan (trunk), coupe (sometimes a hatchback). If you aren’t sure, ask someone in the parts store to assist you in finding the correct one for your vehicle.

The whole idea behind the vent visors is to be able to get air flow into the car when it’s raining, snowing, foggy or even muggy outside. Those are the times when the windows may fog up, the defroster can’t keep up. Vent Visors allow you to open the window without getting the rain, snow, sleet, and whatever other precipitation on you as you drive along.

There are people who like the tape-on vent visors, while others prefer the in-channel ones. It just depends on your tastes and what you’d like it to look like on the car.

Having the information you need to get the accessories you are looking for, are now in your hands.

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Automotive Free Services

Automotive Free Services

When I worked in the auto parts business, I became aware of stores that offer free services. This means that you get the benefit of getting specific information and help without going out of your mind trying to figure it out on your own.

Every store is different! They’re owned by different companies and have different rules. There may be more services at one store than another, so don’t expect them all to have every free service.

Battery Check, Charge or Replacement

The store will sometimes also offer a free battery recharge service to see if the current battery is bad or just needs a charge. They have special charging systems to charge car batteries and it takes some time for it to work (so sometimes you have to wait for a few hours). There are some battery exclusions – so if you bring one in that has to be trickle charged … such as a lawnmower battery, they may not be able to help you. They may not have the equipment in the store to do that.

They also have a free battery replacement service if someone is available to do this. If they can change the battery at the store, you may or may not be charged the Core Charge which is the cost of disposing of the old battery.

There are exceptions however to this service however…

If you own a car such as a Toyota Prius, because it’s an electric car, it has to be handled in a specific way. (See a Toyota mechanic for the replacement as you should not do this yourself because of the way the system is set up.) When those folks have to change the other battery (not the one that starts the car) they have to use special gear to do it to keep from being electrocuted.

Disposing of old oil (from oil change at home)

To change the oil in your car, you must make sure the old oil ends up in a clean catch pan or bowl (not one that was used for antifreeze or any other chemical as it will be considered contaminated). Then pour the old oil into back into the bottle it came in and return it to the auto parts store. They will put it in a bin to be picked up and recycled.

They cannot accept old coolant/antifreeze, or any oil in antifreeze containers. It has to come in very clean old milk/water containers or the old oil jug.

Battery/Alternator Testing

Unless a store has a garage or an overhanging roof attached to it, they may not be able to do testing while it’s raining, snowing, sleeting, ect.  Exposing the equipment to these elements may short out the equipment and it’s expensive to fix or replace. In the long run, you may not get the results you went there for, so that you could make an informed decision.

Alternative Alternator/Starter Testing

When I say “alternative”, I mean that the alternator or starter cannot be on the car to be tested. They really don’t have a means to test just that one part without it being removed from the car already.  The starter has to be out of the car in order to test it, as it is usually on the back of the motor, under the car, or in a place that isn’t easily reached.

Engine Lights

There is usually a code that comes up on the dash of the car, when there is a problem. It may be as simple as the car needs an oil change or a tune up. It could be things such as a bad sensor, EGR (exhaust gas recirculation – part of the emissions system), bad plug, ABS (brake system), engine is running too lean or too rich, bad O2 sensor (oxygen sensor-exhaust system), or something extreme such as the engine sensor (engine control module) that controls the whole car going bad.

The photo above shows a transmission light and an exclamation in a circle.

  • The transmission one, I believe has to do with the transmission. It may indicate a computer system problem, not a transmission failure issue.
  • The other one is a tire needs air or the sensor has gone bad. Tire change places can easily diagnose and change the sensor for the tires.

Wiper Blade Installation

The auto parts stores can install the wiper blades on your car. (They are not allowed to install blades from another store such as Walmart.) They will look up the wiper blades by Year, Make, and Model to make sure you are getting the right size to fit the vehicle. They may also wander outside to check the Type of wipers you have. There are some that slide-on, some clip onto another piece and some are special to the vehicle.

You can then make the informed decision on which wipers you’d like to purchase and have installed – if they are available. You may have to order them as they may not be in stock.

Loaner Tool Program

These stores have different rules for loaning out tools.  The store I worked in required you to put a deposit on these tools, used them and cleaned them up, and then returned them in good working order, they give you back all your money.

You have to ask about how the service works in the store that you use, if they have that service available.

Battery Installation

When you bring your car in to have the alternator/battery system tested, and the battery is showing that is low on charge, you can choose to replace it. If it’s 5 years or older, you should do that anyways.

~Diesel engines usually run Marine Batteries in them. The store may not be able to check the battery.

They will look up the battery the same way they look up the wiper blades, only they will also need the engine size as well.  You can find that information in most owner’s manuals. They can also tell by reading the number (if visible) on the battery itself.

Do not ask someone to replace a brass connector on the battery at the store, such as one on a Toyota, because they do not have the service or equipment available to do that. It requires a replacement of the entire wire from the battery to wherever it goes and the brass connector (which is one piece). You may have to go to the garage or a Toyota car dealer for that.

It doesn’t usually take that long to replace a battery, but make sure when you buy the battery, you get the terminals cleaned (better connection) as well as some grease to keep down the corrosion.


The headlight number is listed in the Owner’s Manual under headlights, bulbs, lights or something to that effect. Once you’ve found the number, you can go into the parts store and have someone show you where to find it.

I also highly recommend buying a little package of what’s called Dialectric Grease. It’s to give you a better connection from the wiring connected to the lights, and to keep out the water and condensation. It also helps to keep the bulb from burning out so fast.

LED lights (light-emitting diode) are brighter and last longer, but they are more expensive, if you wish to go that route. Some cars already come with LEDs to begin with.

Newer cars have HID lamps(High-intensity discharge), and cannot be done at the parts store to my knowledge.


Turn signals, marker lights, reverse lights, brake lights, license plate lights may sometimes be replaced at the store.  You will find the bulb information in your Owner’s Manual.  Go into the store with the manual, and get the bulbs and grease. Ask someone nicely, if you cannot change the bulb yourself, if they can help you to change the bulb.

Not all stores may offer this service. Please check to see if they have this service available.

Some services may not be available for either diesel engines or hybrid cars. 

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