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When your ABS warning light comes on in your vehicle, it might be time to get down and dirty. With a few tools and some patience, you can usually take care of this situation at home.
By Lindsey Renuard
Discover four ways to save money on car repair costs. From choosing a mechanic you can trust to doing the job yourself, use our helpful guide to cut down on car repair prices and put more money back in your pocket.
By Nicole Tomassetti
If your car smells like gas, it could be a serious issue, and you should not drive it until a mechanic has determined it is safe.
By Minnie Chatterfield
You can learn how to remove scratches from a windshield, but depending on their severity, you may be better off replacing the glass.
By Cheryl Bowman
How does power steering work? It depends on the type of system you have. Learn the crucial differences.
By Don Bowman
Replacing power steering fluid is much easier than it sounds. Learn how to do it, step-by-step.
By Don Bowman
A bad throttle position sensor can be dangerous, but there are a number of signs to look out for.
By Rebecca Mikulin
If your brake light is stuck on, it may be an easy and relatively inexpensive switch fix. Brake lights stuck on my also indicate a short in your wiring system.
By Rebecca Mikulin
There are a number of reasons why your low coolant light may have come on.
By Minnie Chatterfield
Catalytic converter replacement is a simple operation, but parts can be pricey.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
The cold season is upon us and people who drive in colder climates need to pay especially close attention to their vehicle's battery. Being stranded during the winter can be a scary experience!
By John Of All Trades
Learn how to change transmission fluid. It's a skill that absolutely every driver should master.
By Don Bowman
Bleeding a clutch can be a real chore for some vehicles. Get tips for bench bleeding and working air out of the transmission system.
By Cheryl Bowman
Here's a quick tutorial to help you as you're fixing a radiator leak.
By Maeve Rich
"Check engine" codes are your car's way of telling you what is wrong. In today's digital environment, these codes might be the only way to diagnose some engine problems.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Learning how to locate a car thermostat is an important first step in replacing this vital part of your car's engine cooling system. The thermostat regulates the flow of coolant through your car's engine based on the internal temperature of the engine itself.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Replacing rear disk brakes is something that you will rarely have to do. Here's how.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Learning how to change brake fluid is the first step in the battle against brake corrosion.
By Don Bowman
You pull up to a stop sign, and as you depress your brake pedal, the most horrible, shrill noise sounds out. What could have cause it?
By Minnie Chatterfield
Do you suspect that your vehicle has a bad water pump? Familiarize yourself the signs of this problem.
By Rose Clearfield
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