Why Does My Car Smell Like Gas?

In the movies, even a minor gasoline leak can immediately turn into a massive explosion—which is why to some, smelling fuel inside the car can be extremely unnerving. Plus, the...Read more

White Smoke From the Exhaust: What Does it Mean?

Smoke from your car’s exhaust is never a good sign. A significant amount of white smoke is particularly worrisome because it almost always indicates an internal engine problem. And that...Read more

5 Possible Reasons Why Your Car Shakes When Braking

A shaking or pulsating when applying the brake pedal almost always indicates excessive rotor runout or a variation in rotor thickness. Although not quite accurate, many professionals refer to these...Read more

How to Unfold & Prep Your Bumper Cover for Installation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJiEa1lD2Zk&feature=youtu.be If you've just received your bumper cover, you may be wondering why it's folded. Most unpainted aftermarket bumper covers come folded to assume a more compact form. Folding our...Read more

Should You Wear a Face Mask While Driving?

These days, most people wouldn’t dare leave the safety of their homes without first donning a face mask or some sort of face covering. Be it a surgical mask, an...Read more

5 Ways to Celebrate 4th of July While Social Distancing

When we think of the 4th of July, images of cookouts with friends, flag-filled parades, crowded pool parties, and bright fireworks usually come to mind. But due to circumstances beyond...Read more

There’s a Shortage of RVs: Is Now the Perfect Time for a Camper Van Conversion?

An increase in recreational vehicle (RV) sales is one unexpected result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the current state of affairs, dealers have seen a 170 percent jump in...Read more

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Key Features That Put the 2021 Ford Bronco Ahead of the Jeep Wrangler

The 2021 Ford Bronco is finally here and it's living up to the hype. Returning for a new model year with a slew of new features and technology, the long-awaited...Read more

Kia Struggles to Meet Demand for 2021 Telluride

When it announced production plans for the new Telluride, Kia set a target of 60,000 units built per year. At the moment, though, production capacity for the three-row SUV is...Read more

Ford Could Launch More Bronco Models in the Future

What could be better than having a revived Bronco coming for the 2021 model year? The possibility that more Ford Bronco models could be arriving. In an article published by...Read more

Official Pricing for 2021 Kia K5 Sedan Released

Kia has released the official pricing for the redesigned K5 sedan, formerly known as the Optima. For the coming model year, the Korean automaker is introducing a somewhat new model...Read more

Toyota Shares EPA Ratings for 2021 RAV4 Prime Plug-In

Just a few weeks back, Toyota released the pricing information for the upcoming RAV4 Prime. Safe to say customers eager to get their hands on the plug-in hybrid SUV were...Read more

Jeep Reportedly Gearing up for Upgraded 2021 Wrangler

All eyes may be on the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco at the moment, but Jeep is not letting its competitor hog the spotlight for long as the automaker gears up...Read more

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Auto Repair

P0013 Code: Exhaust “B” Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit/Open (Bank 1)

Car diagnostic codes have been standardized to help mechanics and car owners find out what is wrong with a vehicle. To resolve a certain code, you’ll have to first find...Read more

P0101 Code: Mass or Volume Air Flow ‘A’ Circuit Range/Performance

The powertrain control module (PCM) ensures the correct amount of fuel is delivered to the engine using data collected from multiple vehicle systems. Different sensors gather this information, helping create...Read more

P0135 Code: Heated O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1, Sensor 1)

A rough-running engine can point to a lot of issues. But if after running your OBD-II scanner, you see the P0135 code come up, your oxygen (O2) sensor could be...Read more

Sticky Dashboard: What Causes It and How to Clean

A lot of dashboards are given a soft-touch finish with vinyl to make them look sleeker than normal plastic. However, in some makes and models, these vinyl covers tend to...Read more

How to Replace Sway Bar Links

If you hear a knocking or clunking sound when driving over bumps, it might be because your car's sway bar links (also known as stabilizer links) are worn-out or broken....Read more

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