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1. DIY BRAKE MAINTENANCE MADE EASY
July 03, 2020


Though some automotive mechanics want everyday people to think brake maintenance is an egregiously difficult challenge that takes a considerable amount of time, effort, and knowledge, the little-known truth is you can perform brake maintenance on your own. In particular, brake maintenance on older vehicles is easy as they have fairly straightforward brake systems with comparably few parts, components, and systems to tend to. Let’s take a quick look at how to perform DIY brake maintenance. PREPARE FOR THE PROJECT A few tools will be necessary to perform brake maintenance in the proper man... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

2. How To Create A Modular System For Storage
July 02, 2020


Travelling from location to location to location in your ute can seem like a chore that never ends. If you are a tradie who needs their vehicle for work, having extra storage for your vehicle can be a godsend. For those looking to maximise ute storage drawers, here are a few tips that you can use to get the most value for your buck. First of all, focus on a ute drawer system that best suits your needs and not what comes standard out of the box. Maximise your space The trick is to maximise your space. With many ute storage drawers you have standard sizes and configurations. What... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

3. HOW A FAILING CATALYTIC CONVERTER AFFECTS VEHICLE PERFORMANCE
June 24, 2020


Check under your car and you’ll notice what looks like multiple mufflers underneath. The one closest to your car’s engine is the catalytic converter, tasked with neutralizing the harmful pollutants found in exhaust gases before passing them through the rest of the exhaust It’s a silent, thankless job, but also one that results in cleaner air and improved overall performance. Despite being intended to last for the life of the vehicle, catalytic converters can suffer early failure for a variety of reasons. Multiple misfires, physical damage, and the failure of other emissions-related system... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

4. REPLACING AN ABS WHEEL SENSOR
June 08, 2020


You can find the ABS wheel speed sensor for your vehicle on the hub of your vehicle’s drive tire. The sensor has many functions, including the anti-lock braking system, traction control, and the vehicle’s wheel speed. If a wheel sensor fails, or fails intermittently, these systems may be affected, and you will notice it while driving. Your ABS brakes may lock up. Since the wheel speed sensor also sends information to other computers, reading a wrong speed could affect other systems in the vehicle and affect how your vehicle runs. SYMPTOMS OF A BAD ABS WHEEL SPEED SENSOR You may notice se... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

5. WHAT IS A WHEEL SPEED SENSOR AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
June 08, 2020


Newer model cars have an anti-lock braking system (ABS) for safety purposes. There is an ABS wheel sensor located at the wheel hubs on a vehicle. Their function is to monitor the rotation of each wheel and to then override manual braking of the vehicle in wet or slippery conditions. The ABS sensor also compares the speed of each wheel to each other and it can engage if the wheels are not all turning in continuity. HOW DO SPEED SENSORS GENERATE A SIGNAL? Speed sensors contain a magnet wrapped in a coil and a sensor ring made with teeth that is mounted around the vehicle’s CV joints. The m... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

6. HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
June 08, 2020


Today’s vehicles feature anti-lock braking technology yet most drivers do not understand how anti-lock brakes work. The average driver assumes he or she can slam the brake pedal and stop in nearly a moment’s notice. Though anti-lock brakes certainly stop vehicles in surprisingly little time, there are some strategies every driver should employ to maximize the efficiency of this braking technology and ultimately enhance on-road safety. Let’s take a quick look at the best techniques that will help you get the most out of your vehicle’s anti-lock brakes. A PLAIN ENGLISH EXPLANATION OF ANTI-L... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

7. 5 Tips to get your car road trip prepared
June 03, 2020


Car Detailing Hobart 5 Tips to get your car road trip prepared When was the last time you checked that your car's tire pressures are alright, or its headlights are clean and likewise in functioning order? With COVID-19 restrictions lifting over Australia it's very easy to just not think about these points and hit the road. If you're preparing to vacation soon, it is extremely crucial that you make certain your vehicle is roadtrip prepared, so you have a safe and... (read more)

Author: Tarkine Creative

8. CHOOSING A PROPER CAR REPLACEMENT PART - THINGS TO CONSIDER
June 01, 2020


Choosing genuine car parts may be a difficult task, particularly when you get them replaced for the first time. It is always recommended to purchase branded parts for your vehicles. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you to buy quality replacement parts for your vehicle. Presently, many car owners buy these parts from online stores. Regardless of where you purchase them from, you need to make sure that they are genuine, and offer high functional value. Here are certain aspects you need to consider when purchasing replacement parts for your vehicle. CREDIBILITY Firstly, you need t... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

9. TO REPLACE OR REPAIR AN AUTO PART
May 25, 2020


Often, car owners land up in a dilemma, whether to repair or replace a damaged part. The situation seems to be tricky indeed, considering that the process involves a significant cost. At the same time, you cannot afford to ignore the safety of your vehicle. Repairing might be a cheaper option for you, however, it is not recommended all the time. Most of the time, vehicle owners opt for repairing the parts, rather than getting them completely replaced. However, whether you should go for repair or replacement depends on various factors. Particularly, when your vehicle suffers a collision, i... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

10. TAKING PROPER CARE OF YOUR CAR'S BRAKING SYSTEM
May 23, 2020


The braking system in your car is one of the most integral mechanisms, that keep your vehicle safely running. You might be wondering about the importance of taking care of this braking system. Overuse or damage to the brakes can lead to accidents, which makes it necessary to get them replaced from time to time. As the brakes grow old, they wear off, and the braking system becomes weak. In order to maintain the established safety standards, you need to service your car and replace the brakes from time to time. Here, you will come to know about the importance of taking proper care of your c... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

11. ALTERNATOR REPLACEMENT MADE EASY
May 21, 2020


If your vehicle’s battery warning light is illuminated, it is an indication the alternator might require replacement. Thankfully, you can perform this replacement on your own in an hour or less. Seize the opportunity to perform DIY alternator repair, and you won’t have to pay a single penny for overpriced service that takes up a lot of your time. Here’s a quick look at how to replace your vehicle’s alternator. SET THE STAGE FOR SUCCESS Alternator replacement starts with the proper positioning of your vehicle. Park your automobile on flat ground. Turn off the engine. Apply the emergency b... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

12. Finding The Best Ute For Your Needs
May 07, 2020


Australia is the number one place to find ute vehicles with every different option and feature that you can dream of. As we enter into a new decade of technology and innovations, the need for practical technology such as ute storage drawers and other storage compartments has never been clearer. Primary purpose What is the primary purpose of your ute? Are you going to use if for business or are you going to use it for personal use? Most who invest in a ute will tend to have a hybrid approach to its overall use, and as such, finding the perfect balance is vital. Business ... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

13. The Joy Of Model Car Collecting
May 07, 2020


As humans we have a natural desire to collect things that we love, enjoy or simply find interesting. Some of the more popular items that we tend to collect are items that are too expensive to own in real life, so we make models of them in order to share in the experience. The ones that top that list are car models. Car models are smaller scale representations of life-sized objects. An example of this would be Volkswagen model cars. When looking at car models we tend to really draw ourselves into that world since owning a piece of the real thing helps draw out dreams and memories. Mem... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

14. INSPECTING AND REPLACING YOUR BRAKE LINES: WHAT TO LOOK FOR AND USING THE RIGHT PARTS
May 07, 2020


Are you noticing that your brake pedal is not providing the same resistance to your foot? A spongy brake pedal is one of the first indications that you have a leak somewhere in your braking system. It is time to get underneath your vehicle and get a good look at the lines, your hydraulic fluid distribution system, and pumps. HOW TO INSPECT YOUR BRAKE LINES Before inspecting the brake lines, take your car through the car wash and have the undercarriage done. This will remove salt, dirt, and surface corrosion. Next, you could roll under your car or truck on a dolly, but it is much easier t... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

15. 5 TIPS FOR PERFECT BRAKE LINE FLARES
May 07, 2020


Flaring your own brake lines seems like a simple task, but looks can be deceiving. Plenty of otherwise simple brake jobs have left DIYers frustrated thanks to brake line flaring attempts gone wrong. There’s little margin for error, turning an otherwise simple technique into a frustrating experience. Getting those flares right is crucial for a perfect brake line installation, as well as preventing catastrophic failures later on. The following tips and tricks will help you make those perfect flares, whether you need a single flare, a double flare or bubble flare. 1. CHOOSE YOUR FLARING... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

16. IS MY ABS WHEEL SPEED SENSOR BAD? SYMPTOMS, SIGNS, AND TROUBLESHOOTING
May 07, 2020


Most modern vehicles come equipped with anti-lock brakes, which means that the car also has up to four ABS wheel speed sensors. These units are mounted inside the wheel well and constantly monitor the RPM of each wheel and coordinate the data with the vehicle’s electronic control unit to determine when added brake power should be applied to maintain control. The failure of the ABS sensor is one of the most common problems found on anti-lock brake systems. COMMON INDICATIONS OF A BAD ABS SENSOR • Warning Light or Message Displayed on Your Dash: The most common sign is the ABS light appear... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

17. FINDING THE RIGHT BRAKE LINE KIT: WHAT TO LOOK FOR
May 07, 2020


Is it time to replace the brake lines on your personal vehicle or commercial truck? If you’re going to do this job yourself and only once, you’ll likely want to check out a brake line kit versus buying all the pieces separately. This will guarantee that you have all the correct parts on hand, so you won’t have to place another order for a single fitting or clip. WHAT IS INCLUDED IN A BRAKE LINE KIT? There are typically two types of kits available on the market. One will contain all the pieces and parts to get the job done and the other comes pre-assembled. An assembled brake line kit is ... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

18. HOW CAN DAMP WEATHER AFFECT MY CAR'S BRAKING ABILITY?
May 05, 2020


FRICTION That is what is required to bring a moving vehicle safely to a halt. Rainwater and damp weather make surfaces more slippery. Understanding the concept behind each of these two statements will help you to understand the adverse effects that damp weather can have on your car’s braking ability. Motor vehicle brake shoes and pads are configured primarily of a steel backing and a thick layer of friction material. Since these thick layers of friction material must remain porous in order to “bite” down (gradually) and stop the vehicle. The surfaces which they contact must remain except... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

19. BRAKE LINES: WHEN TO REPLACE AND WHAT TYPE TO USE
May 05, 2020


Your brake lines are literally the backbone of your car’s braking system. They provide a rigid environment able to withstand the changing pressure in the hydraulic system and deliver the correct power to apply to your brakes when needed. Learn to identify when it is time to replace your brake lines and which type of brake line or brake line kit is right for you. SIGNS OF WEAR AND TEAR IN YOUR BRAKE LINES While it is often easier to detect a problem with your brake pads or rotors, there are still noticeable symptoms of a brake system in need of new lines. From behind the wheel, you might ... (read more)

Author: Mark Sanford

20. SIGNS YOUR VEHICLE'S IGNITION COIL NEEDS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
April 23, 2020


Engine ignition coils eventually require repair or replacement just like nearly every other vehicle component. The question is when repair or replacement is necessary. Furthermore, most drivers are unaware of the types of clues their vehicle will provide indicating the time is right for this essential work. Let’s take a quick look at the top signs that indicate your vehicle’s ignition coils need immediate attention. REDUCED FUEL EFFICIENCY If you notice a reduction in your vehicle’s fuel economy, it can indicate a failing ignition coil. A compromised ignition coil has the potential to ca... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

21. CAMSHAFT AND CRANKSHAFT SENSOR LOCATIONS AND FUNCTIONS
April 20, 2020


Today’s vehicles are distributorless, so they need a way to determine timing – when the intake and exhaust valves open and close, and when the pistons go up and down. Vehicle engines have four-cycles: Intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust. On the intake stroke, the camshaft opens the intake valves to allow air and fuel into the engine. Once in, the pistons rise and compress the gas and air to get it ready for the combustion stroke. On combustion, the spark plug sparks and causes an explosion in the cylinder, pushing the piston back down. On the compression and combustion strokes, t... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

22. AN INSIDE LOOK AT WHAT CAUSES CRANK SENSORS TO GO BAD
April 20, 2020


The crank sensor in your vehicle will not last forever. However, extensive use across hundreds of thousands of miles is not the sole reason for crank sensor malfunction. There are all sorts of different reasons why these sensors eventually go bad. Below, we delve into the top causes of crank sensor malfunction and explain why this essential vehicle component is so important. THE BASICS OF CRANK SENSORS If your vehicle’s crank sensor goes bad, it won’t properly relay essential information to the internal computer. This fault in communication will inevitably lead to engine issues. This is ... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

23. THE IMPORTANCE OF SENSORS, COILS AND SOLENOIDS
April 20, 2020


The sensors, coils, and solenoids in a vehicle are all component parts of your vehicle’s engine management system. Camshaft sensors, crankshaft sensors, ignition coils, MAF sensors, and VVT solenoids all work together in an internal combustion engine to monitor and delegate many different items and make corrections if possible. THE CAMSHAFT SENSOR The camshaft sensor is mounted on the camshaft. Its purpose is to generate a signal that indicates the top dead center on the vehicle’s number 1 cylinder. The electronic control module (ECM) uses this information to manage the fuel injection at... (read more)

Author: Paul Norman Jasper

24. Adding Space To Your Ute At An Affordable Price
March 15, 2020


For those of us who have ever wanted to purchase an all-purpose vehicle, finding just the right configuration can become very difficult. To start out with, the vehicles that are on the market need to fill the needs of a massive demographic of people. Typically, these are families, tradespeople and businesses. When designing a vehicle the main aspect that people look for is comfort and sustainability. Tradies and others who use their vehicles more for business carry a wide assortment of items and have specific needs. When looking for a vehicle to satisfy everything, the addition of u... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

25. Exploring Magical Mallorca on Two Wheels: Top Tips
February 25, 2020


Mallorca is no doubt a beautiful island. With its Mediterranean climate, natural beauty and dramatic landscape, there really is no better place to experience the thrill and freedom of a solo cycling holiday. Seek adventure amongst Mallorca’s beautiful landscapes and historic settlements then stop for some rest and relaxation at a quaint hostel. Share the day’s best stories over a hearty meal and much deserved drink, before getting some much-needed sleep. For a truly hassle-free holiday, consider these top tips and let the adventure begin. Top Tips: Before You Leave To make the most... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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