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.
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.
Is your car telling you it’s time for a brake job? Are you thinking of taking the leap of doing your own DIY brake job? Whether you are dealing with … Continue Reading Getting Ready For Your First DIY Brake Job: 4 Tips For Success
How much do new brakes cost? The price of brake replacement can vary greatly depending on a number of factors. Learn more here.
What’s that sound? It could be your brakes begging for a cleaning. Here we will look at how to use brake cleaner safely.
Rusted brakes after a car wash aren’t uncommon. You’re not alone and you’re not doing anything wrong. Here’s how to combat and prevent rusty brakes.
Before you start DIYing any of your brake work, one tool you’ll need is a brake bleeder kit. Here’s why these kits save time over other bleeding methods.
Your brake system can get air bubbles inside. While you can fix it, there is also a way to prevent it. Learn why and how to bleed brakes.
If there’s one thing you want your brakes to be, it’s dependable. Good brakes are important no matter what you drive and need to be maintained no matter how much of a DIY mechanic you fancy yourself to be. Learning how to clean brake rotors and staying on top of it is an easy way to help maintain your brake system’s safety.
A brake parts cleaner should be used to clean your wheels. Here’s how to use it correctly to lengthen the life of your car’s brake parts.