Category Archives: Maintenance

Understanding Car Thermostats

Understanding Car Thermostats

It’s seems so basic, but thermostats are a very important part of your cooling system. Continue reading

What’s Inside A Radiator?

What’s Inside A Radiator?

Ever wonder what hides inside your car’s radiator? Check out this video to discover its secrets! Continue reading

How To Install A Radiator

How To Install A Radiator

It’s very important you know your weay around your car. Continue reading

How to Replace a Thermostat

How to Replace a Thermostat

Be sure the engine and radiator is cold before beginning. Continue reading

Learn How To Bleed Air From Your Car’s Cooling System

Learn How To Bleed Air From Your Car’s Cooling System

This time we leave you a video from a very cool Youtube channel, that shows us how to bleed air from a radiator. This is specially important when we’re trying to avoid cooling system problems, which include engine overheating. Continue reading

Temporary Fix For Radiator Leak

Temporary Fix For Radiator Leak

If you discover engine coolant running out from under your car, you may have a radiator leak. Continue reading

How to Prevent Rust on Your Car

How to Prevent Rust on Your Car

Keeping your car rust-free prevents serious damage and maintains the look and value of your car. Here are 6 detailed steps and a few extra tricks for preventing rust on your car. Continue reading

Radiator Repair

Radiator Repair

According to the American Auto Association, as much as 85% of roadside breakdowns are due to defective, malfunctioning and poorly-maintained cooling systems Continue reading

How to diagnose problems in a car’s cooling system. Be cool with your vehicle / Episode 11.

How to diagnose problems in a car’s cooling system. Be cool with your vehicle / Episode 11.

Dave Bowman talk about how to diagnose problems in a car’s cooling system and the necessary preventive maintenance. Continue reading

Naturally aspirated engine

Naturally aspirated engine

A naturally aspirated engine is an internal combustion engine in which air intake depends solely on atmospheric pressure and which does not rely on forced induction through a turbocharger or a supercharger. Many sports cars specifically use naturally aspirated engines due to their lack of a turbo lag. Continue reading