Get Ready for Winter
Winter means bad weather, less sunlight, and poor road conditions. Luckily, a small amount of basic maintenance and some quick inspections can get your car ready to drive through winter weather.
Winter can be rough on unprepared lawn equipment. Learn how to prepare your equipment for the cold.
A little preparation can make the cold much easier on your boat. Learn how to prepare your boat for the winter.
America’s #1 Battery Destination
A jump start will help bring your car back to life for a short time during a battery failure. After a jump, head straight to AutoZone or a repair shop for a more permanent repair.
There are a lot of types of car batteries out there. Learn the differences between these types so you can find the right one for you.
The question is more complicated than it seems. Check out our break down of the factors that affect battery life.
See Better, Drive Safer
Got a headlight bulb out? Or maybe you just want to see better at night. Either way, AutoZone has you covered.
Need to adjust your car’s headlights? It’s not as complicated as you may think.
Headlights not shining as bright as they should? Learn how to clean headlight lenses and restore your headlights.
Stay Safe In The Rain
Having trouble seeing in the rain? Might be old or dirty wiper blades. Finding the right wipers at AutoZone is easy, and replacing them is a simple job on most vehicles.
When it is wet and raining, your best practices for safety are slower speeds, better visibility, and firm control.
Some people leave their wiper blades up when it’s cold out. Learn why that’s a bad idea and what you can do instead.
Maintenance You Can Do At Home
Changing your vehicle’s cabin air filter only takes a few minutes and helps protect your lungs by keeping the air inside your vehicle clean. Filters should be replaced every 15,000 to 30,000 miles.
The engine air filters helps the air entering your engine and protects the engine from dust and debris. Use this how-to guide to learn how to easily replace your air filter.
Replacing worn spark plugs can greatly improve your engine’s performance and efficiency.
Stop Here for Brake Advice
Find out why it’s important to break in your new brakes, and how to do it.
Your brake pads and rotors help your vehicle make safe stops, so it’s important to replace them when necessary. Use this guide to help you get started replacing brake pads and rotors.
Brake fluid should be replaced every 2-4 years, or if your brake pedal feels spongy. With a brake bleeder tool, you bleed your brakes in about an hour without any additional help.
Keeping your oil levels in check is crucial to keeping your car running well. Learn how to check and add oil.
Changing your oil is an essential part of vehicle maintenance that most people can do at home.
It’s common knowledge that oil protects engines. But do you know why?
It’s always a good time to do something about that exhaust leak. Learn common places these leaks occur as well as methods for finding and fixing them.
Dashboard lights are nothing new, but the messages are. The following list of car warning lights are the most common lights used by auto manufacturers.
Learn how brake fluid works, and about the differences between the types of brake fluid that are available.
Do you hear IAT, OAT, and HOAT, and wonder what it all means? Learn about the different types of antifreeze to determine what’s right for your vehicle.