Question Answered: when should i change break fluid?
January 09, 2017, 03:23 PM
Brake fluid is hygroscopic, meaning that it collects moisture, so it's recommended to be replaced every three years regardless of mileage - even if it looks clear, the water content will continue to rise causing early parts failure and allowing fluid to boil at lower temps. But having said all that ... if it looks "muddy" get it done sooner rather than later.
Question Answered: Water pump pulley shakes during rotation
November 22, 2016, 09:24 AM
At this point I would be concerned that the engines head gasket has taken some damage. The faulty water pump may have been the initial cause of overheating, but if the head or head gasket are now damaged, the added pressure in the system could have caused the radiator to fail. You can try replacing just the water pump and radiator (and do a new thermostat as well) but be prepared ... and keep a very close eye on your fluid condition and level (both coolant and oil) and engine temps for the next month or so. If there is still a problem you'll most likely need to repair the engine - sorry.
Question Answered: When I need to change my gear oil
April 12, 2016, 03:43 PM
Actually, it's not on your normal maintenance schedule except as an inspection item. It states to check every 30,000 miles. Once it begins to look dark/dirty it should be replaced, so it's only a replace as necessary item.
Question Answered: engine won't start
April 01, 2016, 08:57 AM
Sounds like you're not getting any spark to more than one cylinder.