The Under the Hood Channel explores the systems that make your car function correctly. Learn about car parts and systems and how to do routine maintenance.
With hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars, you can restore a real classic car. The crux can be finding the parts to make it look like a full-scale version of a plastic hobby model. So where can you find the right parts?
Your car has been acting up lately and you're wondering if you have a blown head gasket on your engine. Learn how to tell if you have a blown head gasket from this article.
Refurbishing a classic car is a labor of love, and with muscle cars, the emphasis isn't just on power; it's also on design. So, where can you track down those classic decals that are so popular with muscle car collectors?
Somewhere -- maybe down the street or maybe on the other side of the world -- is the part you need for your classic car restoration. So where can you look to find that last specific part you need to complete your project?
Would you like to find out how to set up new car speakers so you can upgrade the sound system in your car? This article will tell you how to set up car speakers.
The radiator of your car is composed of tubes that carry the coolant fluid, a protective cap that’s actually a pressure valve, and a tank on each side to catch the coolant overflow. Learn more about how a radiator cap works from this article.
The job of a car’s cooling system is to release the surplus heat from the engine as the car burns fuel. Learn more about how an engine cooling system works from this article.
Have you ever hit a bump in the road and gone flying up in the air? Learn how vertical acceleration works in this article.
Make sure your tires are properly aligned for a good driving experience. Learn about how wheel alignment affects tire wear in this article.
Diesel engines and gas engines work in different ways. Learn how diesel fuel injection is different from this article.
The ignition coil passes its power to the cylinders through a distributor. Learn how to wire an ignition coil to a distributor in this article.
Make sure your tires are properly inflated, because over inflation can lead to problems. Learn about how over inflation affects tire wear from this article.
Make sure your tires are properly inflated – under inflation can lead to poor performance. Learn about how under inflation effects tire wear in this article.
You've found it: that dream car that you've always wanted to own. But as you look closer, you notice two words on the edge of the "for sale" sign or the bottom of the online ad: "salvage title." Why might the car have this kind of title?
Buying a salvage car can be a gamble with your time, money and effort. But if you do your research, you could win big. Don't and you could lose everything.
Women are no longer just hanging on to the guy driving the bike. Today, they’re discovering the fun of motorcycles on their own, and they want to outfit themselves for safety, comfort and fashion. So what do they need?
Buying the right kind of insurance can be tricky with any car, but if you're dealing with one that has a salvage title, it can be even more difficult. Can you get insurance for a car with a salvage title? And if so, what kind?
Hot weather is a blessing and a curse for motorcyclists. You can hit the open road virtually any time you'd like, but it's difficult to stay comfortable under the blazing sun. Here are some key items to help you avoid a sweltering journey.
Reconstructing classic cars to their former glory is a popular hobby, and as such, there are many reasons why millions of passionate enthusiasts get involved. But can every classic car be saved?
If you're tired of getting lost when driving somewhere new, perhaps it's time figure out how to buy the right GPS for your car. Read this article to learn how to buy the right GPS for your car.
You're ready to go out on your motorcycle when you find that the battery needs charging. Learn how to charge a motorcycle battery in this article.
Visiting a junkyard could mean finding a quarter-panel for a dinged VW Beetle or salvaging a motor from a totaled new-model sedan. But what about gangster cars or even space junk?
Classic cars have been an American passion since the 1950s, and the hobby demands a lot of time and attention. Unfortunately, sometimes a car is a goner, and there's little you can do to save it. How do you know when it's time to call it quits?
Floods have drenched much of the U.S. in recent years, and when subject to deep flood levels, soaked cars are often classified as totaled and are demolished. Some flooded automobiles, though, end up on used car dealer lots. How can you spot one?
Increasing the size or number of cylinders, or making other modifications, can increase your engine's power. Learn about how to get more power out of your engine from this article.