A radiator leak is nothing to treat lightly. When you see fluids that are supposed to stay inside your car on the outside, there’s trouble.
Air in your cooling system is a bad thing and can lead to engine damage if it’s not addressed. Let’s talk about how to bleed a radiator.
Keeping the engine bay clean is easy, but what about the cooling system? Here’s how to flush a radiator to keep it clean and operating smoothly.
Age, mileage and use wears out automatic transmission fluid. Recognize the signs of needing to perform a transmission flush with these helpful tips.
Don’t feel bad if you’re asking, “What is an oil flush?” Not every car needs one, but an oil flush cleanses your engine of sludge and contaminants.
As temperatures drop, a very important liquid is at work in your car to help keep it running. Known traditionally as “antifreeze” and sometimes thought of as “coolant,” this fluid runs in a circular pattern under the hood to maintain the temperature for key components…
Does your power steering system moan and groan when you are trying to pull into a parking space? Does your driveway have the tell-tale dark spots of a power steering … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Quick Power Steering Flush How-To
Most people don’t concern themselves with the status of their radiator until a problem occurs, but many of these issues can be prevented with some annual maintenance. While most of … Continue Reading Courtesy Flush – Cleaning out your Radiator