Signs of a Failing CV Joint?

Answer Constant velocity joints, better known as CV joints, are found in front-wheel-drive cars. The joints are attached to each of the vehicle's front wheels. Their purpose is to transfer momentum to the... Read More »

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Signs of a Failing Radiator?

Heat is the biggest threat to your car's engine. Hundreds of moving parts and burning fuel create a high-heat environment that can quickly deteriorate unprotected parts and lead to costly repairs. ... Read More »

Signs of a Failing Transmission?

The transmission one of the most important parts of an automobile and can be very expensive to replace. There are a number of signs that a transmission is failing and can be easily recognized if yo... Read More »

Signs a Fuel Pump Is Failing?

The fuel pump maintains pressure in the fuel lines so there is always a constant flow of fuel into the engine. This ensures that the injectors work correctly, and it also allows storage of fuel in ... Read More »

Signs of a Failing GM Fuel Pump?

Providing gasoline or diesel to the engine's combustion chamber is the job of the fuel pump. If a fuel pump fails in a GM vehicle, the car cannot harness the power it needs to function.