Are you wanting to know how to open the fuel door on the Nissan Sentra? You’re not the only one. We’ll show you where the fuel door release is located and how to open it with this tutorial.
If you’re new to the Nissan Altima because you just purchased it or if you are using it as a rental, you might not know where the fuel door release latch is located. It’s in a rather odd spot that you wouldn’t find it in other vehicles. This post should help you find it.
Wondering how to open the fuel door so that you can access the gas cap on the Chevy Equinox? We were too. Here’s how it’s done.
The fuel door on the Chevy Impala functions a bit differently than on most vehicles. The vehicle doesn’t have a fuel door release lever or button for accessing the gas cap. This may leave you wondering how to open the fuel door on your Impala. We got you covered. Just follow these instructions to see how it’s done.
Wondering how to open the fuel door to gain access to the gas cap on the Ford Explorer SUV? You’re not the only one. First, know that there is no button or latch located inside the vehicle to release the fuel door. Just perform these steps.
Got a dead car battery? Learn how to jump start a car battery using another car battery or a power bank with these easy to follow instructions and simple diagram.
The Hyundai Santa Fe has the lever to open the fuel door in a strange place where many owners and renters may not be able to find it.
Wondering how to take apart the Dodge Charger key fob remote so that you can replace the battery? Follow these step-by-step instructions.
If your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is not working or presenting a tire pressure sensor fault message on your Ford Focus, you may have to retrain or reset the system using these steps.
A list of recommended motor oil types for the Honda Civic. Find the year and engine type in the chart below.
The Chevy Cruze has a feature that displays an Engine Oil Life Remaining percentage. This information helps you know when to change your oil. For example, if “REMAINING OIL LIFE 80%” is displayed, that means 80% of the current oil life remains.
Once the Remaining Oil Life hits a low percentage, a message that says “CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON” will be displayed.
You can reset the “Oil Life Remaining” percentage light on your 2008 to 2020 Chevy Cruze using these steps.
Once the Remaining Oil Life hits a low percentage on the Chevy Malibu, a message that says “CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON” will be displayed. After changing the oil, you’ll want to learn how to reset the Engine Oil Life. Do it with this tutorial.