This article with video will show you how to replace the front suspension lower ball joint on a '03 -'07 Honda Accord. This method also applies to the '04-'08 Acura TSX.
Getting rid of rodents that damage your car or truck can be challenging, but there are several approaches that can do the job.
Automatic transmissions are great to drive ... when they're working well. Let's look at what to do when they're not.
Is your car using too much oil? How to do some tests to find the reason. Learn about common leak sources and prevention.
Mice, rats and other rodents can do surprising damage to your car engine and other automotive parts. How do you keep them out of your vehicle?
Videos showing how I did a tuneup on this 1997 Lexus ES 300. I replaced the valve cover gaskets, spark plugs, and ignition wires, and cleaned the throttle body.
I have well over 100,000 miles already on my car. Proper maintenance helps prolong the useful years of your car. I’ll tell you how I'm keeping my old car running as good as new with little cost for upkeep.
Regular automotive preventative maintenance is conducted at intervals that, allow you to discover potential issues before they become serious problems down the road.
If you're tired of looking at your dirty and rusty brake calipers and rotors through your alloy wheels, this article will show you step-by-step how to clean up those calipers and rotors, give them a paint job and make them look like new.
The article will show you step-by-step how to replace the major front suspension components on a Lexus ES300: the strut, control arm, ball joint, and stabilizer bar link.
Check the main causes of low engine oil pressure and know how to troubleshoot your car's oil pressure.
This guide will show you how to use a digital multimeter, hydrometer, and other simple tools to troubleshoot, inspect, and clean your battery if necessary.
This article will show you step-by-step how to replace the rear shock absorber and stabilizer bar link on a '99 - '06 Volvo S80 sedan. The parts may be interchangeable with the '01-'09 S60 and '01-'07 V70. The video shows the replacement service being done on a '04 S80 2.5 Turbo.
This article, with video, will show you how to replace both the rear shock absorbers and suspension springs on a '04 Toyota Sienna.