Signs of a Blown Head Gasket

by Andrew Automoto21. November 2013 10:04
There are many signs of a blown head gasket that you can look for, it can go out in different areas and cause different symptoms. Below you will find a couple clues you can look for. However when in doubt and you have tried every solution, get it checked by a certified specialist first to see if the head was a problem. This way you’re not wasting your time replacing the gasket. [More]

How to change a Fuse

by Andrew Automoto21. November 2013 09:57
Fuses protect all the electrical devices in your car, in such cases if there is an over power flow a fuse can ‘blow’ so the extra electricity does not reach the device. If you decide to change you own fuse you will first need to locate the fuse panel. Your vehicle's manual should provide you direction to where it is located. For most vehicles the fuse panels are on the driver’s side of the dashboard under the steering wheel, if not then they usually on the right or left side under the dashboard or may possibly be in the engine compartment or others are also found in the front driver side under the dashboard or in the glove box. Fuse panel are placed in all different locations just depending on the vehicles, and whether if it’s an old or new car. [More]