It’s cool; on hot days we turn on the air conditioning to make the passenger cabin more comfortable. But have you noticed that it takes more time to cool… Read more

Your vehicle’s ALTERNATOR is the heart of the electrical system. Like a human heart, it “pumps” electrical energy into the battery for use on an as-needed… Read more

AXLES transmit the power of your engine to the drive wheels. They are usually set into the transaxle on a front-wheel drive vehicle, or into a differential… Read more

Your battery stores and distributes electrical power to the various needed locations throughout your vehicle. It is filled with a reactive chemical and lead… Read more

Your vehicle may have a single engine drive belt (called a SERPENTINE), or it may use several belts if it’s an older car or truck. These drive belts roll… Read more

Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid that is used to transfer the movement of your brake pedal to the mechanisms at your wheels which apply your brake pads or… Read more