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A Closer Look at Stabilizer Bars

You may know them as sway bars or anti-sway bars.

Understanding the Emission-Control System

These components should be high on the list of parts you sell.

Bleeding the Brakes

It’s a simple concept, but not without the occasional headache.

Are You Down with CVT?

The continuously variable transmission has its critics, but it’s probably here to stay.

The ‘Other’ Gaskets

Why should head gaskets get all the glory?

Why Private Equity Loves the Automotive Aftermarket

The same qualities that make the aftermarket a great place to do business make it a compelling investment for PE.

How to Change a Headlight Bulb

There’s always an opportunity to help your DIY customers do the job right.

Why Do Engines Overheat?

An overheated engine is a blatant indication that something is seriously wrong.

Hydraulic Suspension Bushings

They can isolate noise, vibration and harshness from entering the vehicle cabin more effectively than standard bushings.

Brake Calipers: Rebuild or Replace?

Rebuilding isn’t hard, but usually it makes more sense to buy new or reman.

Paul McCarthy: This Is a Historic Moment for Consumer Choice

McCarthy calls the REPAIR Act the most important federal legislation for the aftermarket since Magnuson-Moss.

A Closer Look at Lincoln-Mercury

The Mercury brand was shuttered in 2010, while Lincoln is enjoying a bit of a renaissance.