How To Flush Power Steering Fluid

Posted on: 8 March 2017
If you have trouble steering your vehicle, flush the power steering fluid. You should flush power steering fluid occasionally to keep it operating smoothly. Only modern vehicles have power steering, which helps you guide the wheels at slow speeds. A beginning DIY mechanic should be able to flush power steering fluid.  Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves safety glasses car jack stands plastic container or drip pan pliers wrench fluid return hose power steering fluid Consult your owner's manual to find out the power steering flush schedule suggestion.
[Read More]

Why A Truck Lift Kit Is Beneficial

Posted on: 3 March 2017
When you are a truck fanatic, there is nothing that you won't do to make it look good. If you have made a lot of changes to your truck and now want it to have oversized wheels, you might want to consider getting a lift kit installed. The kit will give you the ability to put any size of wheels that you want on the truck. Basically, a kit can lift a truck up to various heights to accommodate your needs.
[Read More]

How Does Using Aftermarket Parts On Your Car Affect Your Insurance?

Posted on: 16 December 2016
You don't need to know how to do your own car repairs or even diagnose engine problems to understand the differences between parts made by the original manufacturer and parts created by other third-party companies, also known as aftermarket components. Aftermarket parts tend to offer a lower price than manufacturer parts and may provide different performance benefits, but choosing this kind of car upgrades could interfere with the insurance you're currently using.
[Read More]

Wicked Weather: How Mother Nature Can Really Do A Number On Your Car

Posted on: 17 February 2016
Bad weather can ruin your day, but it can ruin your car, too. Storms, freezing temperatures, and extreme weather conditions can wreak havoc on your automobile if it's not protected. Mother Nature doesn't care how much it will cost you to have repairs done after she's pummeled your car, and she doesn't give a hoot about what those repairs will do to your auto insurance premiums if you file a claim in order to get them done.
[Read More]