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A lot of us have been waxing our cars for years. Mainly because we as car enthusiasts care about the way our cars look and want to keep them looking good. So we grab a can or bottle of our favorite wax after washing our car, put some on our applicator pad and spend the […]
Alternate Title: Nissan Titan Charlie Foxtrot, over. Or, how one Nissan loyalist, pushed too far, finally had enough and broke off the relationship.
In July of 2014, I was searching for a new daily driver. I had been driving sedans for a few years and really wanted a truck, or something more rugged for myself to drive that I could also pull a trailer with when needed. I began searching for Nissan Frontiers and Xterras, along with looking […]
Vehicle history reports like CarFax purport to provide comprehensive information to assist buyers and sellers – but here’s what happens when that information is inaccurate, and it happens a lot more often than you’d think.
A gleaming top coat is more than just a statement regarding how much you care for your vehicle. The right topcoat will protect the paintwork and help stop environmental hazards from attacking your vehicle’s finish.
– by David Muramoto About a decade ago, I was invited to San Diego to drive a new vehicle Nissan was introducing. At the time, customer interest in crossovers was beginning to gain momentum when Nissan introduced the Rogue to market in 2008. That first-gen Rogue was fun to drive in the twisty roads above […]
DISCLAIMER: We by no means take responsibility for any damage this fix may cause to your vehicle, so preform it at your own risk. This is meant for an OFFROAD only application. My 2005 Nissan Pathfinder began throwing the P0420 and P0430 code randomly over the past couple of months, sometimes frequently and sometimes it […]
5 Way To Get Money for Your Old Vehicle Have an older car that’s still sitting around your driveway, street, or backyard? Instead of watching it deteriorate and lose value, get some money for it and move on with your life. Even if the car is in poor condition, not running, or more than 20 […]
I recently received the MYCHANIC Detailing Rig to use for my personal detailing business and so far I have been floored by how great the quality and design is. I have a small detailing business that I do everything from express details to full blown 12+ hour paint corrections on a variety of vehicles, so […]
We review a company that makes affordable high-end genuine and synthetic leather seat covers (and other accessories) for cars – Change your interior, change your ride with Ridies!
1987 was a good year for the company, and the lineup included some memorable vehicles as well as some that faded quickly into automotive history.
Buying the Nissan or Infiniti of your dreams for less than you think takes a little special planning…
So, you’ve listed your car on AutoTrader, eBay, or Craigslist. But here’s a new twist: You get a text or email from a prospective buyer who sounds legit…
First, it’s important to understand how and why a car battery fails. The condition of the cell plates inside the battery determines whether or not a battery is still serviceable. Current is produced when sulfuric acid in the battery reacts with lead in the cell plates.
It’s vital that you take care of the tires on your vehicle – as the only interface surface between your car and the road surface, they’re asked to do a lot. If they are not maintained correctly, you can end up losing control of the car as you are driving, being involved in an accident. […]
Here’s a step-by-step DIY article on how to replace both serpentine belts and both idler pulleys on a VQ35DE-powered Pathfinder – Also applies to Frontier!
Truck owners who use their trucks for hauling always complain about stuff falling down between the tailgate and the bed – whether it be gravel, limbs, rocks, or, in my case here, a wrench.
Roadmaster’s Active Suspension System converts a vehicle’s “passive” leaf spring suspension into “active” mechanical suspension. The springs that make up the heart of the system instantly absorb shock and dissipate load force energy, greatly improving stability, balance, traction, and control – with or without a load.