CarCareKiosk is a video repair manual for your car. It provides free auto repair videos that are vehicle specific.
Users of CarCareKiosk enter their vehicle type and can watch a free video that shows them how to change the oil, replace a cabin air filter or change a headlight, tailight or turn signal among other repairs on their specific car. The site offers over 60 different repair procedures for each car.
At the time of its website launch in November 2011, CarCareKiosk had over 8,000 videos in its library. CarCareKiosk produces videos in-house and claims to add new auto repair videos on a weekly basis.
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|Mar 5, 2012||Life Hacker - CarCareKiosk Is a Video Manual for Your Specific Car|
|Mar 5, 2012||howto.cnet.com - How to Find How-to Videos Specific to Your Car|
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