Using care and following OEM procedures will help you to avoid unnecessary parts replacement and comebacks.
Many 0W16 oils have a new donut certification mark on the bottle called API SN-PLUS and SN-PLUS Resource Conserving.
Many alternator problems turn out to be nothing more than a bad connection at the alternator or a bad wiring harness.
A no-spark condition could be the result of communication errors or missing data from a dead module.
Here are 4 tips to follow when replacing starters and alternators.
Modern, computer-controlled charging systems found on today’s vehicles need proper test procedures – no guesswork allowed.
One of the toughest components to sell as a maintenance item, or even a replacement item, is an oxygen sensor.
Here are the some key installation and service tips to make your next timing belt job just a little easier.
Two specifications can be used to justify replacement — the condition of the additive package & the freezing point.
All-season coolant used inorganic acid technology and worked great for almost 30 years.
Don’t limit yourself to just checking emissions controls – use your smoke machine to check numerous vehicle systems.
BMW valve covers and intake manifolds made of plastic are susceptible to warpage and gasket failure.