All posts by Mike Herzing

  • Should I Warm It Up?

    Laura writes: I just bought a new Chevy Trailblazer with a V6. When I asked my salesman about warming up the engine, he said that...

  • Chevy Suburban Differential Leak

    Terrance writes: I have a 2004 Suburban with a fluid leak where the driveshaft meets the rear differential. Where do I have it fixed? Is...

  • Chevy Impala Water Leak

    Darrell writes: I have an 88K mile, 2002 Impala and water keeps getting into the trunk. How does someone go about finding a leak like...

  • Check Your Lights!

    This is one of my pet peeves: lights that are out. It’s a good idea to have your vehicles lights checked at every oil change....

  • Should I Add Undercoating?

    Angie writes: I am purchasing a new Civic next week and was wondering if I should have it undercoated. I have heard pros and cons,...

  • Toyota Tundra Brake Problem

    Haley Writes: I have a 2005 Tundra truck with a funny brake problem. When I sit at a light, the brake pedal sinks to the...

  • Power Steering Maintenance

    If you car has more than 30k miles, make it a point to get its power steering fluid flushed. Until now, most car manufacturers have...

  • Maintaining a Hybrid

    Donald writes: I am planning on buying a hybrid vehicle, but I’m a do-it-yourselfer and hope to find one that I can do the maintenance...

  • Honda Pilot Tire Pressure Light.

    Mandy writes: I just had the tires replaced on my 2006 Pilot and now the tire pressure light is staying on. The pressures check out...

  • Before You Do Electrical Work

    If you’re going to do any work on your car’s electrical system, you need disconnect the battery before you do anything. Remove the Negative cable...