Almost every driver has had to deal with car noises, those sometimes annoying, sometimes alarming alerts. Here’s how to know what your car is saying.
Is your car making loud noise when accelerating? Here’s what could be wrong and what you should do to fix the problem.
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.
If a rattling heat shield has you worried, you may not need new parts. One of these quick fixes can restore your sanity and protect your vehicle.
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…
These three tips will help you spot any issues with your vehicle’s differential mount and ensure that your driveline is running smoothly.
Learn how to fix squeaky brakes at home by inspecting the rotor, calipers and pads.
Don’t be afraid of some used car DIY improvements and repair when bargaining for your next used car.