In the past, I’ve discussed exhaust system layout and the functions of the individual parts. Sometimes, these parts need to be replaced. This is doubly true if you live in the rust belt and drive on salty winter roads, or otherwise subject your car’s exhaust system to abnormal wear and
You’re driving along, hit the brakes, and all of sudden you hear a scraping sound you haven’t heard before. Or, maybe that brake pad wear indicator light in your instrument cluster comes on for the first time. Either way, this means one thing – it’s time to replace your brake
Like most parts of your car, you wouldn’t necessarily notice it when your suspension is working properly. You’d be more likely to take notice when it’s broken. After all, its primary function is to smooth out the ride. So, what would you look for in order to spot a problem?
Like me, a lot of my friends are seasoned do-it-yourselfers, and drove beater cars through college, making repairs themselves when they broke down. Eventually, many of them moved on to brand new cars. Still, they like to handle at least some of the work themselves. The question, then, is what
Let’s say that you’ve just been in an accident. Thankfully, you walked away from it without a scratch. Your car wasn’t so lucky. You’d dropped from full coverage down to liability only a while back because the car was getting old and you didn’t think you could justify the higher
Whether you want to perform a do-it-yourself (DIY) repair on your car by yourself for the savings, or because you want to be the only one to touch your precious vehicle, or you simply want to be prepared for any unwanted incidents, it is a must to have the necessary
Whether it’s your first car, or your fifth, I’m sure you want to take good care of it, either to keep it running longer, or have a better resale value. Let’s face it: the current state of the economy is not presenting a good picture, and with this in mind,