After hurricane season, some unscrupulous sellers will try to scrub the titles of flood-damaged cars. Here’s how to check for car flood damage symptoms.
With all the competing information available, do you find yourself asking: What should my tire pressure be? Here’s a look at the facts.
Brakes sticking indicate one of two problems: a stuck brake caliper or a failed master cylinder. Here’s how to find and address both.
You depend on your car to get you where you need to go, so when it doesn’t start, it can be a pretty big problem. There are a number of reasons why this might happen, but one of the most common is that it isn’t getting enough electricity to start the combustion process. You may be tempted to blame the battery but…
MAP sensor cleaning may be necessary to correct poor fuel economy, rough idle, stalling on acceleration or a check engine light. Here’s how to get started.
Low compression poses a serious risk to your vehicle’s engine. Here’s a look at how to diagnose the issue with a compression tester.
October is National Car Care Month, so here are 7 end-of-summer car care tips to keep you and your car safe this autumn and winter.
Engines are dirty. Everything about them involves an accumulation of dirt, grit, carbon, and gunk on every component. While that can be tolerated on the outside, it does not work so well on the inside of the engine…
Don’t let a squeaky door hinge get you down. Here’s the simple fix.
Before using a pressure washer to just blast away at the engine bay, here’s how to wash an engine the right way.