Tablet mounts in car sold off shelf are usually not flushed or bulky or flimsy or all of the above. Here’s a simple guide to make a flushed In Car Tablet Mount. It’s cheap, easy and looked quite flushed for under RM 5.00. Pictures and guides follows…
Its always good to do some DIY checks on your vehicle from time to time. Do it in an interval of twice a month and especially before long trips to prevent breakdowns and to ensure safety of the passengers. Here are some of the checks you can do it yourself.
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Modern Japanese cars these days have pretty awesome handling and accessories but a bit lacking around the NVH part (Noise, Vibration and Harshness). Mainly it’s caused by lightweight materials such as aluminium and plastics used in non structural parts to shave weight, mainly around the wheel arch or wheel well. Here’s a simple method to reduce the sound. Continue reading “Wheel arch sound damping” »
Thread tapping is fairly useful if you found that your bolt is jarred loose and has damaged the bolt itself and the threading of whatever it is you are screwing your bolt in to.
Some cars came with just plain, translucent 3rd brake lights. There are many creative colours out there where you can tint them into. Some people like them smoked with dark tints, some are more creative with colours. Whatever it is, just make sure that the 3rd brake lights are visible and still maintain it RED to serve it’s purpose.
Here’s the visual guide on how to make your own tinted 3rd brake lights. Continue reading “Tinting 3rd Brake Lights” »
The basics of any electrical circuit is to have electric current complete a round trip from +VE to -VE of the power source; in this case, the car battery or the alternator +VE point and the -VE are usually grounded to the car body.
Sometimes, the connections are not conducting well especially when aged and contact points get corroded. Additional grounding cables are needed to help improve electrical performance in the car.
This article will measure the resistance value of a NEW car and the results after grounding. Continue reading “Grounding : Fundamental” »