The phrase “righty tighty, lefty loosey” may not apply to everything in your car. Learn more about car parts that use reverse threading.
Car door speakers will eventually wear out. Replacing them requires removing the door panel and the old speaker before installing a new one.
We have all had it happen. You are turning a wrench and then BAM, the head of the bolt rounds off, the wrench slips, and you bust your knuckles on the edge of something sharp. It never fails; there is always a sharp edge next to a rounded bolt waiting for your tender knuckles. Here are some tips and tricks to removing rounded-off bolts…
Torque is the main force behind securing fasteners. Depending on what grade of fastener you are using, the higher the torque, the better the retention. That isn’t always enough, sometimes … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Threadlocker Guide
A rusted or corroded bolt can seriously halt your progress on a project. Learn how to remove a seized bolt to simplify your future DIY projects.
Automotive fasteners use two systems of measurement: metric vs. standard. It’s easy to get them confused, but here’s how to tell which one your car uses.
Fasteners are complicated, particularly screws. There many variations for screws, so many that it can be hard to figure out what you need, even with the old one in your … Continue Reading A Guide To Common Screws Found Around The Garage