We all know our vehicles need an oil change and oil filter replacement every three months or 5,000 kilometres (whichever comes first). Here are four things you probably *didn’t* know about this essential element of car maintenance.
Although most hoses are basically installed the same way, these step-by-step instructions from the auto experts at NAPA Canada will make the process even easier for you.
The air filter and positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve are important parts of your vehicle’s fuel system. Armed with these expert tips, you’ll be able to replace your air filter in a matter of minutes.
It has nothing to do with drinking icky warm water.
To keep your vehicle running smoothly, it’s essential to check the fluids regularly. Armed with these auto pro tips, you’ll be able to check everything from brake fluid to transmission fluid in a matter of minutes.
We know, it’s cold. Here’s how to do the job quickly.
Stubborn bumper sticker? Squished bugs? Here are remedies for removing stubborn stick-ons using things you already have around the house!
There are many ways to use an air compressor—all you need to do is think outside the box. Whether you’re sandblasting your house’s siding or pumping up some pool rafts, air compressors are a must-have for any garage.
Got a flat? You could call for roadside assistance, or you could change a flat tire yourself with the help of these step-by-step instructions from the auto experts at NAPA Canada.
Be prepared for breakdowns and roadside car problems like flats, dead batteries, fender benders and mechanical trouble with this handy guide to emergency maintenance for the typical car owner.
Want to check oil like a real mechanic? Here are six things the pros know to look for after popping the hood of your car.
No car wash handy? No problem! Here are five ordinary household items that can help keep your car sparkling clean all year round.
Considering changing your car battery yourself? The auto experts at NAPA Canada share 12 invaluable tips for the home mechanic.
Uh oh! A dead car battery spells trouble. But don’t despair—these car battery tricks are as handy as a pair of jumper cables.
Warm weather or cold, your car gets dirty fast. Here are five household, do-it-yourself solutions to cleaning your car.
Your car is always giving you feedback, but are you listening? Auto repair shop owner and licensed auto service technician Emily Chung describes nine common car sounds, and reveals what they could possibly mean.
These unconventional tips will help get rid of car smells and keep unwanted odours at bay.
We reveal the four most common rust proofing methods available on the market. Find out which one is best for your car—and your budget.
Following outdated car care advice may cost you big in the long run.
Cut through that built up grime and dirt and get your car sparkling with these easy do-it-yourself car wash solutions.