Can anyone suggest some websites/books to learn completely about Woking of cars?
- chorleLv 72 months ago
to add to the other answers How Stuff Works might be a good website to start at
- BearLv 72 months ago
Haynes manuals,used to be all the rage.
- AndrewLv 72 months ago
In Woking they work on Martian tripods, head.
- Jimmy CLv 72 months ago
I would watch Youtube videos and look up workshop manuals for specific makes of cars. You can find some of those online. Google the words 'workshop manual' for any car you want to work on, so you can see how to take it apart and put it together.
Cars are all different but Youtube can tell you the basics of woking them.
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- 2 months ago
go ahead … give 'er a try … now you're "woking" !
- 2 months ago
I have worked on cars, trucks, and tractors my whole life and was lucky to have other people to get me started as a child. Now I find the internet a useful resource, but if you know next to nothing you will need some basics. This is old school but I would suggest after the covid-19 lock downs are over you should go to your nearest public library and talk to the librarian. Tell them what you want to learn about and they will be able to point the way to your goal.
On a side note being able to do your own work on your own equipment can save you a lot of money over your lifetime. It might even become a career. Good luck.
- David B.Lv 72 months ago
Do you mean working on cars? If so there are many Youtube channels that are much more instructional than a website might be.