You may ask yourself, “Can I put water in my car radiator?” The answer is yes! Here’s how and why water can help you get out of a pinch.
A failed heater core could lead to water inside your car and the strong smell of coolant. Use these tips to diagnose a faulty heater core.
The squealing sound of the disc brakes is often caused by brake dust. To fix this, try these car brake cleaning tips.
If you are a high performance car fan, you know about torque vectoring. But what about brake pad wear?
Today’s vehicles consume more electrical power than a 12-volt system can support. Here’s why automakers are turning to a 48-volt electrical system.
Gas savings matter. But what about electric or hybrid car maintenance?
A broken timing belt can cause your engine major damage. Without a belt doing its job, the valves and pistons on most engines are on a literal collision course with each other. And with your engine turning at thousands of revolutions per minute, something can go wrong…
We’ve had disc brakes for decades, so why aren’t their preceding technology, drum brakes, obsolete? Here’s why drums still have a place in the modern car.
It’s moving day! Here are some moving safety tips to help things go smoothly.
Your brakes serve a very basic purpose: stopping your car. But there are choices to make when dealing with your brakes, not least of all choosing the right kind of brake rotor. Brake rotors can be made of six different materials, each with its own advantages. Let’s take a look at the six most common brake rotor material types, their pros and cons, and which type may be the right ones for you…