Often, an outer constant velocity (CV) joint that is worn or damaged will produce a clicking noise that is only heard when turning.
People who buy the cheapest pads often regret their decision later.
Both are obviously necessary to protect the engine from contaminants and abrasives that cause wear and damage.
The best way to change coolant is to have it professionally changed with a coolant exchange machine.
Nothing is more aggravating than a power window that won’t roll down or go up.
Even with the emergence of LEDs, the vast majority of cars and trucks on the road have conventional halogen or incandescent headlamps, taillamps and small bulbs that have a limited lifespan.
Although you might think gaskets sell themselves, many potential gasket sales are overlooked because the customer didn’t realize they needed certain gaskets to complete a particular repair job.
Changing the oil and filter every 3,000 miles was standard practice decades ago. But it’s no longer necessary because most multi-viscosity oils today are a synthetic blend or a full synthetic that resist viscosity breakdown and oxidation for a much longer period of time.
Any number of things can make an engine run hot and overheat, but loss of coolant is often the main culprit.
TPMS systems are touted as being life-savers. However, they also can be rather annoying at times.
Wheel bearings perform a number of important functions, including reducing friction, supporting the weight of the vehicle on the axles and spindles and assisting with wheel alignment.
Replacement spark plugs must be the same size as the original (same hex size, diameter, thread pitch and length), and have a similar “heat range” (hot enough to resist fouling when the plug is cold, and cool enough to resist pre-ignition when the plug is hot).