How To Replace Front Toyota Corolla Brake Pads (2010-2019)

A video is at the bottom of the page for a visual walk-through if needed. Replacing the brake pads on a 2010-2019 Toyota Corolla falls in the DIY backyard mechanic type of job. They are not difficult to replace but if in doubt be sure to call a professional. Items Needed To Replace Front Toyota Corolla Brake Pads… Read More »

How To Replace 2012 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump (2010-2013)

Replacing the fuel pump on a 2012 (2010-2013) Toyota Corolla is a straight forward job that falls in the DIY category. Of course, if in doubt be sure to call a professional. Be sure to take all the necessary precautions when working with gas since it is highly combustible. (2010-2013) Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Location The fuel pump… Read More »

How To Replace a Fuel Pump Dodge 383 Engine

I recently needed to replace the fuel pump on a 1970 Dodge Monaco with a 383 engine. The Dodge 383 was a popular engine in many vehicles including the B-Body Mopar muscle cars Charger, Roadrunner, and Challenger. Having replaced fuel pumps many times in the past I ordered a new unit and started to install it. A problem… Read More »

Our Picks for Best 12-Volt Car Heated Seat Cushion

Having a good heated car seat goes a long way in helping to stay warm and comfortable during cold days. They have many uses from simply getting warm quick or even getting heat when a vehicles built-in heater stops working. There are many units available including material type and heat output. There are many good units available with… Read More »

Our Picks for Best Bluetooth OBD2 Code Scanners for Cars 2020

Since their introduction, OBD2 Bluetooth scanner tools have become a favorite among part-time mechanics and professionals to find and fix engine problems. They are low-cost engine diagnostic tools that can help troubleshoot a problem. For example, if an engine light comes on which gives no indication to the problem a small low-cost OBD2 adapter code scan tool can… Read More »

Top Ten Must Have Tools For Mechanics

Being a mechanic and buying tools is a never ending process. Many think that like other trades a few tools are bought and that is it. In reality, as many beginner mechanics will find out, is that after the basic tools are bought there is always one more tool needed. Often, a tool will bee needed that does… Read More »