A battery terminal cleaner helps remove corrosive buildup from your battery. Here, we’ll discuss how to use this tool to prolong battery life.
Your brakes are the most important safety feature on your car. Learn here what brake calipers do and how to keep them in top shape.
Some car maintenance tips and tricks carry over to marine engines. So what about the popular engine treatment Sea Foam? Read our answer here.
Spring is the perfect time for car maintenance to check for any issues that came up over the winter and address regularly scheduled maintenance items.
While most of us take it for granted, the power steering system is a critical component of your vehicle. Eventually, the parts that comprise the steering system will wear out. External components, such as the tie rod ends and links wear out much faster than the internal components, so you will experience servicing those parts regularly…
A fuel filter protects your engine from small particles and major damage. The most common paper-element types must be changed regularly. Learn more here.
Can high mileage cars make it from 100,000 miles on the odometer to 200,000 miles? It’s not an impossible, here’s how to do it.
If your old car battery isn’t getting the job done, it’s time for a replacement. You’ll also need to dispose of the old one carefully — here’s why and how.
If you’re maintaining your own brakes, then you will have to bleed them at some point. Here’s what you need to know to gravity bleed brakes.
Does your car steer a bit less precisely or ride a bit bumpier than it once did? If so, that means it’s time for new shock absorbers.