Is Fuel System Cleaning A Waste Of Money?

Is Fuel System Cleaning A Waste Of Money?

What Is Involved in a Car Air Conditioning Service?

If it has been some time since you serviced the air conditioning system on your car, then you may notice a rather unpleasant smell when you first jump into the cabin. You may also notice that the temperature is not where it should be, and you will need to take action if you want to restore normal service. What type of work will you be handing over to your trusty mecha

Truck Repair Costs: Understanding the Specifics and How to Get a Good Price

The cost of service is, without a doubt, one of the primary considerations when you need truck repair services. Here is a look at how you may be able to get a reasonable price, and, ultimately, understand precisely what that price covers.  1.      Ask For Recommendations Work with recommendations from friends and family when choosing an a

Can You Remove SUV Seats and Still Be Roadworthy?

If you need to move large items from one point to another, you can often fold the seats out of the way in an estate car or SUV. Yet you may have to move items of this size regularly and might be looking for ways to make this task a lot easier. Can you remove all of the unneeded seats from your vehicle for this purpose, and will it still be road legal?

Why You Should Not Attempt an Automatic Transmission Service by Yourself

If you are used to tackling the odd mechanical job at home, you may be used to changing the engine oil and filter on your car when needed. Now, your attention has turned to the transmission, and as it has been some time since you paid any attention here, you may be getting ready to do the same with this component. However, you should think twice before attempting this

Could a Faulty Drive Belt Tensioner Be a Disaster in the Making?

If an internal combustion engine is to work correctly, many different parts have to move at precisely the right time and in sync with each other. Something has to orchestrate this process and, typically, engineers use a drive belt (also known as a "serpentine") for the purpose. Yet this drive belt will also need to be controlled so that it operates within very strict