Hello. I replaced the starter on my 2005 after it started pulling more and more current to turn over. It turned out that carbon dust had built up in the starter from brush wear. the brushes still looked good. I should of just cleaned and reinstalled but I had already bought a replacement.
I have badly damaged shock dust covers and have been quoted £360 to change to both of them b a dealer!?!
So going to do it myself with a mechanic friend, which parts do I need to buy and how easy/hard would you say this job is?
I'm curious if anyone has looked into the process of removing and replacing the dust and pollen(cabin filter) in the 2012 CRV's? The process looks fairly easy for the 2011 but I wasn't sure if the redesign made it more difficult. Has anyone checked? TIA
Ok, Brake Dust is driving me insane. What opinions do you folks have about the Brake Dust Shields. I like the concept, but am concerned about overheating, and rotor warpage long-term.
I only have the stock spoke alloy wheels, but am thinking about getting a set of the vented shields and...