You depend on your vehicle’s gauge cluster to keep you informed about everything going on while you drive. Gauges like the speedometer, tachometer, temperature gauge and fuel gauge all play … Continue Reading Ask The Experts: How to Fix a Gas Gauge
There are a few things to understand about how many miles until empty you can drive once your gas light has turned on.
You’ve probably seen bottles of gasoline additives on the store shelves at your local NAPA Auto Parts store. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Obviously, these automotive fluids … Continue Reading NAPA Experts: When to Add Gasoline Additive & How
In extreme climates, even the smallest amount of water in the fuel lines can cause serious problems. Over time, condensation in the fuel system leads to water formation in the … Continue Reading What Is Gas-Line Antifreeze And Why Do You Need It?
Knowing how to clean a dirty fuel transfer tank can help protect the life of the engines your fuel ends up in. Learn more here.
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.
Knowing how to clean up a gas spill is essential when you’re doing any kind of work that involves an engine. Learn how to do so here.
Gas grades and your car — choosing regular, midgrade or premium fuel for your ride.
Diesel is a petroleum-based fuel, derived from the same crude oil as gasoline. When distilled, the lighter fuel becomes gasoline and the heavier fuel is made into diesel. Because diesel is denser than gasoline, it provides more energy, or specifically better fuel economy, per gallon. But it does also have some drawbacks…
There are a handful of causes of gasoline smell in a car. Here are some things that could lead to a whiff of gas when you’re behind the wheel.