The blower motor resistor plays an integral role in your heating and cooling system. Learn how it works and the signs that it needs to be replaced.
The combination of diesel fuel and cold weather can be challenging for some vehicle owners. Here’s the best way to maintain diesel fuel in the winter.
Car batteries must work harder in cold weather to turn your engine. The lower the ambient temperature, the greater the internal resistance along with a corresponding reduction in battery capacity. Thus, at zero degrees Fahrenheit, your car’s battery may operate at only half…
Clean battery terminals can keep your car from stalling at the most inopportune time. Knowing how to clean battery terminals and the connection points will free them of residue and keep your car running. Here’s how to clean battery terminals in six steps.
The effect of temperature on battery life can be profound, especially in extreme hot and cold weather. Learn how to care for your battery year-round.
Your car battery is weak and you don’t know what is draining it. Likely, a combination of reasons is a factor here, including extreme weather and your driving habits. With care, you can extend battery life beyond the usual few years that it’s expected to last. We’ll take a look at how to preserve car battery life in an effort to reduce the risk of you someday becoming stranded.
A car battery terminal end may fail, leaving you and your vehicle stranded. Here’s what to look for to help avoid that.
What causes engine misfire? And what does it mean for your car? Detect the problem and make the repairs before lasting damage occurs with these tips.
Transitional car care takes place in the spring and again in the fall, preparing car owners for extreme temperatures and tough rough conditions.