Ever had your car die on you in the middle of nowhere and leave you with absolutely no idea on what has happened? Have you had to shell out several hundred bucks to have your car towed to the nearest service station for repair, only to find that all you had to do was attach a lose cable or clean out a spark plug? If your answer to all of the above questions is yes, then perhaps it's time to consider getting a blaZt.II OBD II Cable for your car.
Safety first! Every car owner should have his own safety and those around him his top priority. Contrary to common belief, cars are as dangerous on the road as they are when being repaired. When repairing the car, basic safety rules and specific limitations of tools and workplace should be considered no matter what type of auto repair you do. The following are some common auto repairs: engine oil and filter change, spark plug replacement, brake pad replacement, timing belt replacement, rotor replacement, air filter replacement, drive belt replacement, water pump replacement, head gasket replacement and check engine light.
It is important to clean weed whackers at least once a season, probably before storing it away. Make sure the power is off, the gas tank is empty, and the Control cable wire is disconnected. Use a brush with a mixture of dish liquid and water to clean the exterior. The air filter should be replaced about every 90 days, based on usage and wear and tear.
Depending on the usage and level of dirt that accumulates, the Control cables need to be checked about every 3-4 months. This is simple. Empty the gas tank and remove the Control cable. If it is brown, pour 1/4 ounce of engine oil in the cylinder and pull the starter cord a couple of time to evenly distribute the oil. If the Control cable is black, then it will need to be replaced.
Do not run this tool to aggressively around houses, fences, or living trees and shrubs. The plastic filament "blades" turn so fast that they appear invisible and can remove paint, cut into dried wood, and kill trees and shrubs. Some people even prefer to use this tool instead of a lawnmower because they can control the exact height of the grass and it can be trimmed down to ground level easily.
Always wear safety goggles when operating the weed whacking tool. This protects the eyes of the operator from flying debris. Also make sure that there are no people or animals in the vicinity that are going to possibly be injured by the flying debris. It is usually a good idea to also wear pants to protect the legs of the operator.