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How To: Stop your car during sudden acceleration

With the recent recall of 3.8 million vehicles from Toyota for falty acceleration pedals or the "floor mat problem", it's important to know what to do if your car gets a mind of its own and starts accelerating out of control. If you own any of the recalled car models including the Camry or Prius, be sure to listen up! This video might just save your life! Learn how to stop your car during sudden acceleration with help from the car safety video.

How To: Use a pedal board

Watch as expert guitar player Adam Anderson teaches how to build a pedal board. Learn the uses and functions of a pedal board, what materials are needed to make a pedal board, how to pick a pedal board case, how to set up power for a pedal board, how to order the guitar pedals, how to understand gain-based effect pedals, how to understand noise suppressors, how to understand tuners, how to understand modulation-based effect pedals, how to understand time-based effect pedals, how to attach the...

How To: Use a damper pedal whle playing piano

Enthusiastic, young David Yzhaki teaches you how to play the piano with a damper (sustain) pedal. Get to know the pedals on an upright piano. The right pedal, which is the primary focus of the video, is the sustain pedal, which creates a sustaining note when pressed. The left pedal is called the "una corda," which modifies the tone quality by softening the note when pressed. The middle pedal is called the sostenuto pedal, which enables the piano player to hold a note longer than usual. To use...

How To: Install Ford Racing Bullitt pedals

This episode shows you what to expect when installing Ford Racing Performance Parts pedals on your Ford Mustang. These are the same pedals found on the Bullitt edition Mustang. They make a big difference in appearance and comfort but you will need to use a couple of special techniques to install them without losing your patience.

How To: Clean and overhaul a Shimano bike pedal

Cleaning your pedals is an important part of regular bike maintenance, but annoyingly enough there is no one way to overhaul a pedal. Every bike maker builds their pedals differently. This video demonstrates how to disassemble, overhaul, and clean Shimano pedals so that they will be free-spinning and functional as the day that you got them.

How To: Drive a manual car

This is a presentation from WatchMojo detailing the operation of a manual/standard automobile. Explanation includes the placement of pedals listed from left to right as the clutch, the brake, and the gas. There is also an explanation on the gearshift which includes a diagram of where gears are located. Explanation for the beginning of driving includes instructions as follows; ensuring that the ground is flat, the application of the parking brake, the process of depressing the clutch, placing ...

How To: Change your bike pedals with a pedal wrench

Even girls can repair their bikes! This video, by Girl Meets Bike, demonstates exactly how to change worn out pedals on your bicycle, using a pedal wrench. If your pedals are worn out or rusty, or you just want to upgrade to a different pedal style, check out this tutorial. You will learn step by step how to remove and install new ones. Soon, you will be on your way to a smooth ride. Happy biking!

How To: Ride with clipless pedals

In this video, we learn how to ride with clipless pedals. These are a great option to consider. The shoes and pedals work together so when you step on the pedal your foot clips into place. The benefits include a better foot to pedal control and it's safer because it gives you instant entry and release from the petal. To wear, put the shoes on and make sure you spin one petal to the bottom of the pedal. Now, step down onto the pedal until the you hear it clip into place. After this, start to r...

How To: Play the piano using proper pedaling techniques

This video explains some of the different reasons to use the pedals on the piano. The first reason is that using the pedal will connect the notes, smoothing the sound in the transitions between the piano keys. The left pedal makes everything softer and the middle pedal doesn't really do anything. The right pedal is the one that is used most often and is referred to as "The Pedal". This video explains and shows the viewer how to use the pedals on the piano more effectively.

How To: Repair your Rock Band pedal

Just follow the steps in the video to fix your broken-in-half drum pedal. Obviously this will work with both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game. This is an easy and free way to fix your pedal. All you will need is the pedal itself, 2 butterknives, some gaffers tape and scissors.

How To: Make classic paper roses

This tutorial demonstrates how to make simple yet beautiful paper roses using only a few materials. The image displayed at the end of this video is just one example of how realistic a paper rose can look. In order to do this, you will need at least one sheet of plain or colored paper, tacky glue, wire and a pair of scissors. Initially, you must first cut your paper in to the shape of your pedals, then crumple them up. Crumpling your pedals not only makes them more flexible, but can also add a...

How To: Play piano with a damper pedal

The sustain pedal, or damper pedal, is typically the rightmost of two or three pedals and the most commonly used pedal in piano playing. When pressed, the sustain pedal removes the dampers from all strings and allowing them to vibrate freely. This how to video covers damper pedal techniques on the piano. This tutorial also touches on half pedaling and pedal changes. Watch this music lesson and you will be playing with excellent pedal technique in no time.

How To: Put the pedals on your bike

Installing new pedals on your bike is one of the simplest types of bike maintenance you can perform, but doing it properly is important or they are likely to fall off while you are riding. Not good. This video will help you attached pedals correctly and quickly, avoiding accidents making sure that your feet have an ideal surface to apply their force to.

How To: Ride a bike

Frustration is something that comes along with learning to ride a bike. You mustn't give up as it's a valuable skill to have. This video shows you how to ride a bike and minimize frustration.

How To: Modify a voice transformer into a music effects pedal

A "voice changer" can be rewired so that you can play a pre-amped instrument through it like an effects pedal. It makes some relatively freakish sounds and is much more interesting this way. You can still use a microphone to talk through it but now you can rock out through it as well. Watch this video circuitry tutorial and learn how to modify a voice transformer into an effects pedal for musical instruments.

How To: Make a Bicycle Ice Cream Maker

All you need is salt, ice, milk, sugar, and a bicycle to make ice cream in 10 minutes. The ice cream maker is mounted onto your bike. As you pedal, it churns the ice cream. After ten minutes, delicious ice cream is created from your pedal power. Pedal-powered deliciousness!

How To: Build a go-kart

As kids, we couldn't wait to drive drive a car and the best way the ahcieve that was by driving a go-kart. Although it's not exactly a car, go-karts are one of the closest things to cars that kids have to drive. It all all the basic fundamentals of a car: steering, the gas nd brake pedal, being able to hurt others with this mechanical beast. It was the best option for kids. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to build a go-kart. Enjoy!

How To: Drive a stick shift safely

In this video, Brandon will show you how to drive a stick shift safely and effectively. In a stick shift, there are three pedals, the gas, the clutch, and the brake, all of which will be used in order to drive the car. You should use your right foot for the gas and the brake and your left for the clutch. This video will show you the basics of how to drive a stick shift and how to shift gears without making the car stall.

How To: Maintain good cadence while pedaling a bicycle

There's more to pedaling than meets the eye. This how-to video offers some advice for keeping up a good cadence, or rotations per minute. Many unexperienced cyclists will pedal slowly at a high gear, but this will just wear the rider out quickly. Too quick pedaling will cause bouncing and wobbling. Choose the right gear for optimum RPM. Watch this video cycling tutorial and learn how to maintain good cadence on a bicycle.

How To: Make a blooming paper flower

This video shows us how to make a blooming paper flower. To start, you shall first draw a flower on your computer, using paint or other similar program. The flower should be simple, a circle with eight identical pedals arranged around it. Print your drawing and, using a pair of scissors, cut your flower out leaving no excess paper. Take each pedal and fold it inwards towards the center of your circle. Now, get a bowl that will easily accommodate your flower and fill it with enough water to al...

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