Wanting to treat your car better? These four car maintenance New Year’s resolutions will keep your ride healthy and build good maintenance habits.
All GM trucks and SUVs used plastic heater hose connectors (disconnects) for the heater hoses from 1999-2014. The problem with this is that over time, the plastic becomes brittle and … Continue Reading How to Replace Chevrolet/GMC Heater Hose Connectors
What is a tuneup? This type of preventative maintenance can nip problems in the bud and keep your vehicle running smoothly. Here’s why you should get one.
What could green fluid leaking from a car mean? Learn how to find the cause — and the solution.
Your nose is an effective detective. When chemical molecules are released, smells enter your nose, dissolve within a mucous membrane and are immediately transferred to your brain to decipher. However, not all odors are easily interpreted, including certain odd car smells that could signal an even greater problem…
With summer behind us, your car needs to be prepared for colder weather. Check your car fluids to ensure that they’re topped or flushed.
How does heat affect your car? In at least five ways. Here is what you can do about it before a heat wave arrives.
The General Motors GMT900 chassis underpinned some of the most popular trucks and SUVs in the United States from 2007-2014. The Chevrolet Tahoe & GMC Yukon were extremely popular in … Continue Reading 2007–2014 Yukon & Tahoe Common Problems
The signs of a bad radiator hose are not difficult to detect. Here’s where you should look and what to look for to find a bad radiator hose.
Braided hoses are often necessary for high-pressure applications, such as power steering lines and some fuel systems. While OEM application hoses can be purchased assembled, sometime you have to build … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Braided Hose End Guide