Best Bump Stops for Your Vehicle

Shock absorbers, coil springs, and drive axles—these are all common terms you may encounter when talking about suspension systems. Aside from these parts, there’s one crucial component that’s often overlooked...Read more

Best Wheel Bearing Brands

Wheel bearings are an integral part of any vehicle. They make it possible for the wheel hub assembly (and therefore, the wheels) to rotate with minimal friction. While their heavy-duty...Read more

Naperville North Auto Tech: The Build Team Behind the ’95 Mustang GT

The team here at CarParts.com is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Career Technology Teacher Greg Ditch and his students at Naperville North High in Illinois to help them...Read more

Useful Automotive Gifts You Can Give Mom (or Anyone Else) This Holiday Season

As a gearhead, you have the unique talent of being able to turn a wrench. You can change oil, replace brakes, and do a bunch of other stuff that most...Read more

10 Tips for Safe Holiday Driving During the COVID-19 Pandemic

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), staying home is the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But with the holidays just around the corner,...Read more

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First Look: 2023 GMC Hummer SUV EV

It hasn't been long since GMC introduced the newly electrified version of the returning Hummer nameplate. It's in the form of a pickup truck that boasts of several trim levels,...Read more

GM Vows to Release 30 EVs by 2025

General Motors solidifies its commitment to producing electric vehicles with its recent announcement confirming an additional $7 billion to electric and autonomous technologies. The automaker also revealed it is working...Read more

“Overcured” Tires Prompt GM Recall of 7,500 Trucks, SUVs

The tires of a vehicle undergo a manufacturing process called curing, which involves applying heat and pressure to give the tires their final shape. Much like the others, this process...Read more

Honda Shuts Down Hopes for AWD Civic in 2022

With the coming arrival of the 11th generation of the Honda Civic slated for the spring of 2021, speculations about an all-wheel-drive version of the model formed on the grapevine....Read more

Kia Sorento Prices up by as Much as $2,400 in 2021

When the rugged Kia Telluride proved to be a success for Kia, it was only a matter of time before the automaker announced another model sporting the same treatment. True...Read more

Honda Unveils 2022 Civic Prototype

The Honda Civic lineup may be one variant less for the 2022 model year with the departure of the coupe. But it remains packed with equally great versions that are...Read more

Jeep Shares Specs for 2021 Wrangler Rubicon 392

Jeep is adding another eight-cylinder to its lineup as the Wrangler Rubicon 392 is set to get a 6.4-liter V-8 that delivers up to 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of...Read more

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Auto Repair

How to Bleed Brakes

Whenever you service the hydraulic portion of your car’s brake system, you must bleed the brakes afterward. Failing to do so will result in little to no braking ability—and that...Read more

Car Won’t Start & There’s a Clicking Noise?

We've all been there—you go to start your car, and all you hear is a clicking noise. The sound may be a single click, or it might be more of...Read more

P0462: Fuel Level Sensor “A” Circuit Low

The powertrain control module (PCM) stores the trouble code P0462 when it detects a possible issue with the fuel level sensor circuit. Find out this code’s definition, symptoms, and causes...Read more

P0460: Fuel Level Sensor “A” Circuit

The P0460 code sets when the vehicle’s computer finds a potential issue with the fuel level sensor circuit. What does this mean and what causes this error? Read on to...Read more

Understanding TPMS: How to Reset the Tire Pressure Light & More

Is your car’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) light illuminated on the dashboard? That nagging warning is not only an annoyance, but also an indication that one or more of...Read more

Code P1135 Toyota: A Case Study

If you own a Toyota vehicle, you may eventually encounter the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P1135, as I recently did on my 2001 Tacoma. Even though it’s always a bummer...Read more

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