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.
Git your hoses heeere, fresh rubber hoses heeere! Your vehicle is full of fluids and vapors, and the main method of moving those fluids and vapors is through hoses. You … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: All About Hoses
Car leaking can lead to extensive, frustrating repairs. Here’s how to diagnose each leak before the problem wreaks havoc on your vehicle.
Sudden soft brakes are no reason to panic. Pump the pedal to pull over safely and check out these 3 tips for resolving the problem.
Brakes sticking indicate one of two problems: a stuck brake caliper or a failed master cylinder. Here’s how to find and address both.
Your summer fluid check should not be overlooked. Avoid a breakdown by checking your motor oil, car battery, washer fluid, brake fluid and coolant.
There are three car fluids every driver should have on hand. Store these in your garage for ease of access when you need them.
Brake cleaner will clean your brakes without leaving residue and improve braking. But what else can it be used for?