Troubleshooting With NAPA: Why Is My Car Heater Blowing Cold Air? It’s easy to take modern conveniences for granted. An electric coffee pot brewing while you step out of the … Continue Reading Troubleshooting With NAPA: Why Is My Car Heater Blowing Cold Air?
Signs of a Coolant Leak Offered in a spectrum of formulations and colors, the coolant running through your engine’s operating system keeps temperatures regulated. This automotive liquid transfers the heat … Continue Reading How to Fix a Coolant Leak
Does a car heater use gas? Understanding this component can help you make smart decisions about fuel economy.
Learning how to use a block heater is a rite of passage for anyone living in the northern part of the country. It’s an interesting, yet simple device that has probably saved more engines and gotten more people to work on time than any other winter-specific automotive add-on…
With some poking around at the likely culprits, you or your mechanic can troubleshoot a car heater blowing cold air or no air at all.
Heater core replacement is one of those jobs you have to do if the windshield fogs when the defroster is running.
Proper car maintenance in the fall can pave the way for safe, smooth winter driving.
Transitional car care takes place in the spring and again in the fall, preparing car owners for extreme temperatures and tough rough conditions.
All GM trucks, vans and SUVs ( Chevy Tahoe, GMC Sierra, Chevy Silverado, Cadillac Escalade, GMC Savana, etc.) used plastic heater hose connectors (disconnects) for the heater hoses from 1999-2014. … Continue Reading How to Replace Chevrolet/GMC Heater Hose Connectors
Few things can get you down faster than a radiator or heater core leak. Aside from being a fairly pricey fix, a leaky radiator can quickly lead to overheating the … Continue Reading How To Use AlumAseal ® Radiator Stop Leak