While most of us take it for granted, the power steering system is a critical component of your vehicle. Eventually, the parts that comprise the steering system will wear out. External components, such as the tie rod ends and links wear out much faster than the internal components, so you will experience servicing those parts regularly…
Here are five power steering problems that are associated with hydraulic-driven systems.
Fall car care involves checking seven key fluids. Taking care of your car now is a way to avoid a breakdown in the winter.
These three tips will help you know when to change your power steering fluid and protect your steering system from potential damage.
Rack and pinion steering is almost everywhere, helping drivers maintain control of their vehicles, but how do you know if your rack and pinion is failing?
Power-steering whine doesn’t have to mean it’s time for an extensive repair. Check out these helpful tips for dealing with noisy steering.
Git your hoses heeere, fresh rubber hoses heeere! Your vehicle is full of fluids and vapors, and the main method of moving those fluids and vapors is through hoses. You … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: All About Hoses
Car leaking can lead to extensive, frustrating repairs. Here’s how to diagnose each leak before the problem wreaks havoc on your vehicle.
There are three car fluids every driver should have on hand. Store these in your garage for ease of access when you need them.
Understanding brake fluid shelf life can make a big difference in your vehicle’s performance on the road.