Lead substitute is a common additive among classic car drivers, but does it really make much difference? Learn what it does & whether it can help your car.
Check engine light on? It’s bound to happen eventually. While it may seem easy enough to ignore, this light indicates problems that will cause further damage to your vehicle.
Ignition troubles? Learn how to diagnose a bad ignition coil.
A faulty MAF sensor can cause your vehicle to run too rich or run too lean. You’ll notice if the tailpipes eject black smoke or when the engine seizes.
Replacing a worn or cracked belt can make your engine run more smoothly and save you from potentially costly repairs.
Find out what head gasket sealants can do, and how to use the right one for your vehicle.
The camshaft and crankshaft are essential parts of your engine. This article will help you better understand in depth what they do for your vehicle.
Both synthetic and conventional oil will protect your engine, but it all comes down to what is a better fit for your car. Here are a few tips from AutoZone to help you decide.
It’s a good idea to check your spark plugs every 30,000 miles. When spark plugs go bad, your car might have trouble starting or experience rough idling.
Replacing spark plugs is a relatively simple job on most engines. The biggest issue you’ll face is accessibility.
Cleaning the MAF as part of regular routine maintenance can help reduce and/or prevent problems.