Fall car care involves checking seven key fluids. Taking care of your car now is a way to avoid a breakdown in the winter.
Your brake master cylinder helps stop your car, so it’s important to keep it properly maintained. Here’s what it does and how to know if something’s wrong.
Unlike the front brakes on your car, the rear brakes only perform about 20-30 percent of the braking action. Where this causes an issue is when the rear brakes are … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Wheel Cylinder Replacement Tips
Replacing the master cylinder for your brakes or clutch is a fairly simple task – unbolt the old one, bolt the new one in place, swap the lines and you are … Continue Reading What You Should Know About Your Brakes and Master Cylinder
What is the difference when it comes to drum brakes vs disc brakes, and how does a manufacturer decide the best fit?
If you know how to check your brakes in the garage, you can keep your vehicle running — and stopping — properly.
From simple care to basic maintenance, young car enthusiasts should have these essential skills before embarking on more complex projects.
Keeping air out of your brakes is a straightforward, yet critical maintenance task. Here’s a quick run down of how to bleed brakes yourself.
Upgrading to high-performance brake fluid isn’t the flashiest modification you can make to your vehicle, but if you ever intend to compete in an autocross event or try your car out at a track day, it’s a must-have.
Overlooked car maintenance should be at the forefront of your mind. Check out these tips for dealing with the most commonly forgotten issues.