Your car’s cooling system can suffer under the stress of high temperatures all summer long. To avoid a breakdown, follow this checklist.
Automatic transmissions are complicated components; in fact they are one of the most complicated devices in your car. Before computer-controls, automatic transmissions were even more complicated…
Mixing antifreeze in oil is not something your car appreciates, but it’s not an outright disaster. Don’t panic! You can fix this mistake.
Are you a mechanic or technician? The fact of the matter is most technicians are mechanics, and most mechanics are technicians.
You don’t want to poison the family dog or set your house on fire, so learning how to dispose of these dirty car rags should be a high priority.
When your car alerts you that it’s time for an oil change, how quickly do you do it? If your answer is that you thought the warning light was just a permanent fixture on your dash, maybe it’s time to do some serious soul-searching. It’s easy enough to put off changing your oil and oil filter, but the damage caused by this negligence…
Internal combustion is messy business, and all of the byproducts of making power are not limited to the combustion chamber and exhaust, not by a long shot. Gasoline itself is dirty. As you get closer to the combustion chamber, the effects of burning gasoline become more and more apparent…
Turbos provide a huge boost for engine power but can put additional wear and tear on your vehicle. Here are some ways to catch turbo engine failure early.
Radiator hose collapse can sometimes be tricky to detect. Once diagnosed, however, fixing the issue doesn’t have to be daunting.
When your vehicle’s electrical system is failing, it’s often due to the alternator — not the battery. Here are some warning signs of a broken alternator.