Which Auto Parts to Use for Repairs

December 25th, 2009 Labelle Chevrolet 257 comments
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Which Auto Parts to Use for Repairs




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There are many options to choose from when it comes to a car that doesn’t work anymore: it can be junked, a new car can be purchased, the car can be fixed, a rental car can be used for the time being, or a family member’s can can also be used for the time being. There are a plethora of ideas that can be chosen from if one has a failing car, though, the best thing to do would just repair the car that doesn’t work any longer. This may also be harder than it looks, though, because of the fact that parts are expensive nowadays, labor is expensive when getting repairs done at an repair shop, and there are many choices to make as to what kind of repairs need to be made anyway.

One issue that many deal with when fixing their car by themselves or having an repair shop fix their car is what type of parts they’ll be using. There are basically two types of parts that can be used to fix a car, and they both will be explained, as well as the pros and cons of using each type of part.

The first type of part that comes to mind when repairing one’s car is OEM parts . The term "OEM" stands for "original equipment manufacturer," and this means that OEM parts come directly from the company that made the car in the first place. In other words, if a person’s Chevrolet Cavalier were to fail because of the alternator or starter then an OEM alternator or starter could be purchased in to repair the car. The benefit of buying original equipment manufacturer parts is the fact that there will generally be a warranty on the part that is bought. In addition, one is usually guaranteed that the part will work and fit the car on the first try.

A downside to ordering OEM parts is the fact that they are generally much more expensive that other types of parts . Whereas other parts may be around $50, the same parts that are bought from the OEM may be as much as $150. The price makes all the difference, too, when repairing your car, so it may not necessarily behoove you to purchase OEM parts .

On the other hand, the other type of parts that can be purchased when repairing a car is after-market parts , or parts that are made for the same automobile by third-parties. These automobile parts are generally much easier to run into, and more repair shops and retail stores generally carry after-market parts as opposed to OEM parts . That is one of the big advantages to buying those types of parts

Originally posted 2009-12-11 10:13:38. Go Home page

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10 Powerful WordPress Plugins

December 25th, 2009 Labelle Chevrolet 230 comments
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10 Powerful WordPress Plugins




10 Powerful WordPress Plugins

You’ve probably seen all those wonderful WordPress plugins. Or have you? Here are 10 powerful WordPress plugins that will elevate your blog above the typical ’d site… and then some.

Advanced Permalinks (UrbanGiraffe.com) allows you to easily change your blog’s permalink structure, while minimizing the potential loss in search engine rankings as a result of such a change.

What particularly intrigues me, however, is the ability to specify a different permalink structure per Category. That will certainly yield with that follow a silo structure.

WYSIWYG Plugin (MudBomb.com) gives you a better editor than the built-in Visual editor of WordPress. It lends you added flexibility when embedding images, for example, within your blog post. Perfect for bloggers who like to add photos every now and then.

Drain Hole (UrbanGiraffe.com) is a download manager that allows you to quickly see how many times a file has been downloaded over time.

If, for example, you offer shareware ebooks for download, you will be able to quickly see which titles are more popular than others. Plus, whenever you upload a new version of an ebook, your blog post will automatically update and show the ebook’s new filedate and other version information.

FAQ-Tastic Plugin (KnowledgeConstructs.com) makes managing FAQs a breeze. It also allows your readers to submit their questions, and even ensure that your FAQ is search engine optimized.

Filled In Plugin (UrbanGiraffe.com) allows you to easily create forms or customized questionnaires, validate the data entered into those forms, and then send you the data. No longer will you have to suffer the limitations of the basic comment form.

Page Link Manager Plugin (GMurphey.com) helps you to easily choose which pages will appear in your . If you like creating a lot of pages, you will appreciate how you can de-clutter your or navigation areas.

NextGEN Gallery (alexrabe.boelinger.com) is perfect for you who have lots of photos to display in your blog. You can even integrate the photos in your header. You know what they say about photos, right? These help keep visitors in your site longer.

OneClick Plugin (AnirudhSanjeev.org) allows you to quickly install plugins and themes with just, well… one click. It can also delete files and folders without warning you first (no are you sure‘s), so please be sure you are wide awake and alert before clicking.

Search Unleashed Plugin (UrbanGiraffe.com) highlights the terms your visitors were searching for, if they land on your blog post after using a search engine (Google, Yahoo, MSN).

If visitors can easily find what they were searching for, they will like your site even more.

Search Everything Plugin (DanCameron.org) helps your visitors search not only through blog posts, but also through pages, and even comments. You can also control which Categories to exclude from the search, if you wish.

And there you have it. Ten powerful WordPress plugins to add spunk to your , and to give your visitors a better browsing experience.

Originally posted 2008-10-02 22:35:55. Go Home page

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