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  • Blog Post: Can You Guess the Tool?

    Can you guess the tool in the photo? Back in the day, I used this little rascal a lot. Photography by Gene Hannon. When disc brakes first came on to the scene, we would overhaul them inhouse. We took things apart and repaired them instead of just replacing parts! We didn't...
  • Blog Post: Gasoline Direct Injection

    Gasoline direct injection. (Courtesy of Bosch) A conventional fuel-injected engine supplies all cylinders with a mist-like mixture of air and fuel that is flushed into the cylinders during the intake stroke and ignited by the spark plug. The throttle valve determines how much of the air/fuel mixture...
  • Blog Post: How To Tell If Your Wheel Bearings Are Bad

    You Hear Noise While Driving When a wheel bearing or hub assembly is bad, it will usually make a noise. The noise can vary when you turn, and also with speed. A grinding noise indicates that your wheel bearings are bad, and you should replace them. Common noises are squeaks, chirps, squeals...
  • Blog Post: Which Antifreeze is Right for Your Vehicle?

    By Jim Marotta Back in the day, no matter which brand you chose, antifreeze was green. The glycol-based formula contained silicates as corrosion inhibitors. You mixed the antifreeze 50/50 with water and poured it in the radiator. As the engine operated, the antifreeze performed its primary...
  • Blog Post: Top 5 Brake Complaints and How to Resolve Them

    Story and Photography by Jim Marotta I think we can all agree that the braking system is the most important safety device on any vehicle. Since people place such a high value on their car's ability to slow and stop, it is smart to pay attention to brake issues. Let's review...