Replacing Or Upgrading The Coil Springs In Your Truck For Better Performance

If you use your truck off road or for hauling materials, the suspension plays an important role in the way to truck handles the load and the strain you are putting on the parts. The coil springs are particularly strained as they carry most of the load put on the truck. Be aware of the handling and the way the truck feels under a load so that you tell if something goes wrong. Read More 

Steps To Take When Selling Your Junk Car For Cash

If you have an old vehicle that no longer runs and isn't worth a lot of money, you could get rid of it by selling it to a junkyard. Junkyards pay cash for junk cars, and they do this to earn money by selling parts and recycling the rest of the vehicles. If you decide to do this, here are some steps you may want to take to prepare your car for junking it. Read More 

Are Squirrels Destroying Your Truck’s Wiring? What Are Your Options?

If you've recently done some digging in your truck's engine bay only to discover a section of wiring that has clearly been chewed by a squirrel, rat, or other outdoor rodent, you may be frustrated and wondering about your options. While many wiring problems are relatively simple to repair, playing "find the wire" every time you notice your truck's interior lights blinking (or worse, realizing your truck won't start because of a chewed-through ignition wire) can quickly become a burden. Read More 

3 Possible Reasons Your Car Is Pulling To The Side

Taking care of your car is very important. Many people think that the most important part of knowing how to operate a car is knowing how to drive it. This is important, but you can't safely operate the car until you know what to look for in the car. If you can't tell that the car needs maintenance and  isn't doing well then you could endanger yourself and everyone around you. Read More 

How To Replace A Malfunctioned Starter Solenoid On A Vehicle

If your vehicle isn't starting, it may be because of a damaged starter solenoid, the switch that fires a large current to the engine of a car or truck. A defective solenoid often makes a clicking sound when you turn the key, which means there's not enough power. This lack of power is often caused from leaving headlights on, which drained the battery, or corrosion on the battery. Follow this guide to replace the solenoid: Read More