Iced-over cars are an occasional inconvenience of living in colder climates. Here’s how to open a frozen car door handle.
Let’s talk about how to use an engine hoist. It’s a complicated operation, but there are several tips to keep in mind when you pull your engine.
If you’ve ever wondered “what is a kit car?” here is your answer. Read on for a rundown of these fully drivable hand-built models.
What’s that sound? It could be your brakes begging for a cleaning. Here we will look at how to use brake cleaner safely.
Die-hard gearheads are often aware of forgotten models, but when you say “muscle car,” these three machines may not spring to mind, though they should.
Rusted brakes after a car wash aren’t uncommon. You’re not alone and you’re not doing anything wrong. Here’s how to combat and prevent rusty brakes.
If the only thing that ever goes into your fuel tank is gasoline, you may be missing out on some benefits of fuel additives. Let’s look at four kinds.
Before you start DIYing any of your brake work, one tool you’ll need is a brake bleeder kit. Here’s why these kits save time over other bleeding methods.
Each decade seems to bring with it its own automotive fads. Here are five of our favorites from the 1950s to now.
One of the common side effects of DIYing is oil stains on your driveway or garage floor. Here are tips for removing oil stains from concrete.