Garage skills are shifting thanks to modern tech. Some repairs call for a mechanic, some you can do yourself and some are simply outdated. Learn more here.
So you finally got around to working on that old project car you had sitting outside, eh? It happens to the best of us, you lose track of time and … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How To Perform A Simple Carburetor Refresh
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Cleaning a lawn mower carburetor is a great summertime DIY project, and it helps to extend the life of your lawn mower. Here’s how you can do it each year.
What is a fuel pressure regulator? Essentially, it’s a vital component of your vehicle’s engine management system. Learn why it’s so important.
Ever try searching for a Cadillac converter? Don’t be embarrassed—we’ve all been there. Here’s a look at spellings and misspellings of common car parts.
Before you mow for a new season, there is some tune up work needed. Here’s a list of the things you should keep in your lawn mower tune up kit.
If you have an older vehicle, you might have noticed how the cold affects carburetors in distinctly undesirable ways. Here’s why, and what to do about it.
The carburetor float needle, moved by the carburetor float, maintains the fuel level in the float chamber and controls fuel flow to the engine.
It’s frustrating, but when a lawn mower won’t start, it’s most likely a simple maintenance issue you can repair yourself. Here’s how.