Knowing when and how to check brake fluid can save you a few bucks or just flat out save you.
Wouldn’t it be great if our cars told us when something is wrong? In a way, they already do. Modern cars have instrument panels with dozens of symbols and warning indicators. These notify you of basic issues, like the windshield washer fluid is low, as well as possibly dangerous problems. Cars make a lot of noise, but there are a few telltale noises that signal your brakes are the culprit…
While it might be obvious when you need to replace your brake pads, it might not always be so obvious determining if you need brake rotor replacement….
The anti-lock braking system uses an ABS sensor or wheel sensor to monitor the wheel speed and send this information to the ABS computer. The ABS computer uses this information … Continue Reading What is an ABS Sensor And How Does It Go Bad?
Brake pad sensors are important — here’s how they work.
Anti-lock brake systems save lives. Accidents are prevented and some are mitigated. What is ABS and does your vehicle have such a system?
Whether you are building a new project or just replacing some worn out parts, brake lines have long been a source of frustration for DIY mechanics. There are two processes that create the headaches- flaring and bending. This article focuses on the task of bending brake lines and fuel lines.
There are several laws governing automotive lighting, such as headlights, taillights, fog lights, and stop lamps, but what is a third brake light for?
If you were asked when you should use your emergency brake, the most obvious answer would most likely be “in an emergency,” it’s right there in the name!
Some people don’t just roll old school — they stop old school, too. With drum brakes.