If you have a fairly new Honda, at some point your dash will indicate that it is time for a B12 service. What does that mean? What should you do?
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.
I discovered how to avoid expensive car repair bills when the 'check engine light' is on. If it’s a catalytic converter warning, try my low-cost solution before going to a mechanic.
Is your car using too much oil? How to do some tests to find the reason. Learn about common leak sources and prevention.
Were you told you need an $900 catalytic converter because your check engine light is on with code P0420? I’ll describe a low-cost alternative you can try first.
You're supposed have your automatic transmission oil changed every so often... but what about the filter?
This article, via video, will show you how to perform a transmission fluid drain and fill operation on a 2014 Honda Accord Sport 2.4L GDI.
Is your window stuck? Want to save on an expensive car bill? Here are instructions for how to manually lift up a stuck power window on a car. This project is great for any DIYer.
Automatic transmissions are great to drive... when they're working well. Let's look at what to do when they're not.
Bleed the power steering system using one of two simple methods to prevent expensive repairs and potential road accidents.
How to replace the timing belt, water pump, tensioner, and guide pulleys on the 2005-2015 Honda V6 Pilot, 2004 Acura TL (same as Accord) with a video showing the repair performed on a 12' Pilot and another on a 04' Acura TL.
Cars get pooped on by birds, but does the color of your vehicle matter? An automobile study seems to prove that red cars are the most targeted, but is this true?
Know the difference between a battery maintainer and a trickle charger, and how they can save your battery and and save you money.
When it comes to additives, there are many claims, many promises... and just as many disappointments. When I hear about a product that "actually works," I'm skeptical, but this time I put the product to the test so that the results can tell the story!
There are a lot of myths about what kind of gas you should use in your car. In this article we'll explore the most common stories and talk about which ones might actually be true (depending on your car).