Do your brakes feel soft? It’s probably your brake wheel cylinders.

Brake wheel cylinders are mostly found in modern drum brake systems. When the pedal is depressed, the part extends to extends to press the brake shoes against the brake drum and slow the vehicle. As a hydraulic component, the wheel cylinder is subjected to the harsh conditions of braking and can wear out over time.

My car’s AC just stopped working! What should I do?

Air conditioner systems, like the one above, require regular maintenance and monitoring. And with the July heat blazing down on us, it can be tempting to use a cheap, store-bought fix if your AC needs some work. But one-size-fits-all solutions, like AC Pro and other self-repair kits, usually do more harm than good. Here’s why:

Common Symptoms of a Failing Brake Rotor or Disc

Similar to gas mileage, the wear and tear on your brakes will vary depending on where and how you drive.. Disc brakes tend to wear out faster because they slow the vehicle by creating friction with the brake pads, and will eventually need to be replaced. Maintaining your disc brake rotors is critical to the

Can I Drive My Car With a Broken Axle?

Your axles are what transfers power from the transmission (in a front-wheel drive setup) or the differential (in a rear-wheel drive system) to the wheels so your car can move. If these parts fail, you could be looking at huge repair bill. What are the signs and symptoms? Usually, when your axle starts to go,

How often should I get my brakes serviced?

Similar to gas mileage, the wear and tear on your brakes will vary depending on where and how you drive. And determining just how long they’ll last depends on several factors: Driving Habits Where you drive makes a big difference when it comes to brake wear. You use your brakes a lot more in urban