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If you learn how to diagnose and fix your own car, then the man in the overalls need not be a necessary evil. Repairing your own car, by the way, goes beyond changing tires and cleaning the carburetor. These days, cars are computers on wheels, but you can still teach yourself to catch fault cues…

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Easy-to-Read Markings - Stamped-in tool markings can be tough to read. To solve this, buy some white fingernail polish, brush it on the tool and quickly wipe it with a clean cloth. The white polish stays in the grooves, and the numbers are easy to read at a glance. You can use lacquer thinner to wipe it if the polish dries too quickly.

21 HOME TIPS: Stamped-in tool markings can be tough to read. To solve this, buy some white fingernail polish, brush it on the tool and quickly wipe it with a clean cloth. The white polish stays in the grooves, and the numbers are easy to read at a glance.