This Is What Ford Factory-Inspired Electronic Music Sounds Like
Right now in Detroit, there are thousands of international visitors roaming the streets of downtown for Movement, the annual electronic music festival where dozens of DJs spin for three days straight. See, the Auto Show isn't the only big annual draw around here!
How to Read The Numbers on the Sidewall of a Tire
A primer on how to read the numbers and symbols embossed on tire sidewalls. Knowing how to read the tire can provide you with very useful information.
How Recognize and Diagnose Irregular Tire Wear
Learn how to diagnose irregular tire wear, a frustrating little gremlin that can steal your tires' performance and tread life if you let it.
The Ultimate Tire Guide for Fall and Winter
Everything you wanted to know about getting your tires ready for winter, but were afraid to ask.
How to Paint a Car the Right Away
If your car's paint is looking dingy and faded or you're just looking for a change of color, a DIY car paint job could save you thousands of dollars. Good prep work and being systematic in your approach will have your car looking like new in no time.
What's That Smell?
Remember that new-car smell? Actually, new cars haven't had that smell since manufacturers took the solvents out of the glues in the interior in an attempt to save a lot of UAW members' livers. Oh well. But there are plenty of other smells emanating from
Best Car Scratch Remover Tips
Scratches, chips and other imperfections are just about unavoidable, but a careful repair job can be almost totally invisible. Here's how to fix a paint scratch on your car, step by step.
Waynes Garage :: How your Air Conditioning Works
Basic automotive air conditioning system Refrigerant exits the compressor (A) in a gaseous form under high pressure (125 - 250 psi) and travels to the condensor (B) which is located in front of the car radiator. The incoming air cools the refrigerant which turns it into a liquid. It goes into the accumulator (receiver/dryer on some systems) (C) where remaining gas bubbles are separated and the refrigerant is filtered. The liquid travels to an expansion valve or orifice (D) which greatly reduces the flow causing a low pressure (usually 20 - 40 psi). This is known as the suction side of system. It immediately enters the evaporator (E), the unit under the dash. With the sudden pressure drop in pressure the liquid is very cold and as the incoming air flows through the…
What happens when I get a transmission flush at Bruneel Tire Factory?
Bruneel Tire Factory discusses what you can expect when you receive a transmission flush at one of their locations. For more information visit us at w...
Why Transmission repair service important for your vehicle?
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