Prepare your vehicle for cold weather and review our winter driving tips to ensure you’re ready for whatever winter throws at us this year.
Testing engine compression provides a snapshot of the health of your engine. In this video, we show you how to do it and how to interpret the results.
All diesel engines burn some oil as a normal part of operation. This can be a problem in modern turbodiesels with diesel particulate filters (DPF).
Oil life monitors are great tools, but they have limitations. Here’s everything you need to know about the oil life monitor in your vehicle.
Low coolant is one of the first things to check if your car is overheating. A bad cooling fan is another potential culprit. Here’s what else to check.
Good car maintenance is vital to keeping your vehicle on the road as long as possible and running as well as it can. Here are a few tips.
An automatic transmission can shift hard, jerk or hesitate for a number of reasons. Here’s what to look for to keep your vehicle shifting smoothly.
Black motor oil usually means the oil is doing its job. Oil that looks like chocolate milk, however, points to serious problems.
Many motorists still love the DIY oil change. If you change your own oil, avoid these five common mistakes to ensure your vehicle performs well.
Diesel fuel gelling and frozen diesel can clog the fuel filter and leave you stranded. Learn why this happens and what to do to prevent it.