If you drive a car with an internal combustion engine, you already know that the system under the hood is complex. It’s a network of both moving and non-moving parts … Continue Reading 5 Signs That Your Car is Ready for a Tune-Up
Driving isn’t fun (or safe) when you can’t properly handle your car’s steering wheel. Think about all the off-road adventures and tight corning you couldn’t do without a steady grip … Continue Reading How to Change Your Power Steering Fluid
Staying proactive is the number one rule of car maintenance. The welfare of your vehicle may pay off in more ways than one.
How often should you get a transmission fluid change? Although some manufacturers recommend every 30,000 miles, others say you can go longer.
Did you know your clutch pedal doesn’t actually move the clutch directly? It takes a series of mechanisms to translate your motion of stepping on the clutch pedal into moving … Continue Reading How to Bleed a Clutch And Get Shifting Smoothly Again
Understanding brake fluid shelf life can make a big difference in your vehicle’s performance on the road.
Let’s talk about where to put windshield wiper fluid and why checking your fluid level often is an important part of good vehicle maintenance.
Spring is the perfect time for car maintenance to check for any issues that came up over the winter and address regularly scheduled maintenance items.
Car maintenance intervals don’t just tie-in to how many miles you drive in a given year — they are also linked to the seasons.
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.