So you noticed a new scratch on your vehicle. Now what? Does it need to be repainted or can it be buffed out? We explain how to evaluate the damage.
Replacing a timing belt is expensive and important. Here’s how to tell if a vehicle has already had the service done before and what to do about it.
There are some maintenance items you really shouldn’t wait on. Here’s how to know if it’s time to replace your vehicle’s timing belt.
One of the most difficult parts of going to a repair shop is explaining the problem. These tips will help you better communicate with your mechanic.
One of the few remaining easily serviceable components in gasoline engines is the throttle body. Here’s why your mechanic wants to clean it.
Contributing Author: Craig Fitzgerald Yes, gas is expensive, but it’s not going to keep many of us at home this summer. AutoPacific – a consulting firm that monitors the automotive industry – recently surveyed Americans on the impact of gas prices on drivers’ summer road trip plans. Out of 644 people polled, 49 percent said […]
There are a lot of opinions on when you should and shouldn’t wash and polish your freshly painted car. We talked to an expert to debunk some myths and get down to the facts!
If your vehicle recently failed an emissions test and you had to have some work done on it, your mechanic might mention performing a drive cycle.
When your car won’t start, the problem is usually your battery. However, it isn’t always that simple. Here’s the rest of the troubleshooting process.