There are several potential benefits to using diesel additives, depending on the needs of your vehicle. Here are few factors to consider when deciding whether you need a diesel additive.
After hours of engine work, including new points and plugs, setting the timing, fine-tuning the distributor, adjusting the valves, and replacing the fuel injectors, starter, and many vacuum hoses we finally get to see if all the work pays off.
Today’s topic: Those little cleaning jobs everyone forgets to do. All you need is a good all-purpose cleaner and a couple of minutes to make a major difference in your work space. Your future self will thank you when you start your next project. Here are 6 things you can clean in one rainy afternoon:
Welcome to the Well Worth Garage! Well, we thought we were done with the brakes after resurfacing the front rotors and rear drums, installing new pads all around, replacing the rear wheel cylinders and installing new brake lines. Then the master cylinder sprang a leak. So, we’ll replace that and re-bleed the system and test for pressure.
Welcome to the Well Worth Garage! In this episode we remove and reinstall the rear brake drums, pads, and rear brake cylinders. Then we replace every brake line on the car as part of the restoration of our 1973 Type 3 VW Squareback.
Welcome to the Well Worth Garage! In this episode we reinstall the resurfaced front brake rotors and repack the wheel bearings as part of the restoration of our 1973 Type 3 VW Squareback.
Cabin fever? Cars get it, too. And just like us, if they haven’t moved much all winter they’ll need a little prep work before rushing out into the warm weather. Here are some tips to get your car ready for the road.
Welcome to the Well Worth Garage! In this episode we diagnose the front brakes and then rebuild the calipers on our 1973 Type 3 VW Squareback.
Welcome to the Well Worth Garage! I this episode we pull the leaky gas tank, dissemble it and make some repairs for our 1973 Type 3 VW Squareback.
Episode 2: Can We Fix This Type 3 ’73 VW Squareback?