How to Replace the Rotor in a VW Beetle?

Answer When the rotors get worn down or become warped, it causes pulsing and vibration that you can feel every time you hit the brakes. Rotors are pretty easy to replace in your own garage and the process... Read More »

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How to Replace the Fan in a VW Beetle?

Replacing the engine fan in a new VW Beetle is quite complicated and may be frustrating for a novice. Some special tools are required. These steps apply to the "new" VW Beetle, as the vintage VW Be... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a VW Beetle?

When the tie rod ends of the VW Beetle develop too much play or become warped, this can manifest itself your Beetle not tracking straight, or the steering being off. The only solution is to replace... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod in a VW Beetle?

The tie rods help to turn the wheel by conducting force to the wheels from the steering knuckle. If your VW Beetle no longer tracks straight, this may be a sign that your tie rods needs replacing--... Read More »

How to Replace a Ford F-250 Rotor?

When you apply the brakes in your F-250, two brake pads on each wheel rub against cast-iron rotors. Friction slows the car, but it also wears the pads and rotors down over time. The front brakes on... Read More »