• Oil Change and Oil Filter Replacement Guide

    Motor oil tips Maintenance work, big or small, is essential to your vehicle proper operation. Changing your motor oil is the most basic maintenance to ensure that your engine will keep on working everyday you need it. It is important to know when to change your oil as it also depends on your location, your […]

  • How to replace brake pads

    These instructions will help you change brake pads on most popular vehicles. Be sure to READ them completely before you begin. Note: Most of vehicles are equipped with ABS (Anti-Lock Brake Systems), a computer-controlled system that requires additional mechanical and electrical parts to prevent the wheels from locking up during braking. It may be necessary […]

  • Spark Plugs Replacement

    Why replace your spark plugs? Spark plugs are the heart of your vehicle’s engine. For maximum fuel economy and peak engine performance, your spark plugs should be replaced every 30 months or 48,000 kilometres. This may vary depending on the type and model of your vehicle. This brochure will help you replace your spark plugs […]

  • How to replace a starter on a car or truck

    Why replace your starter? If you try to start your vehicle and the engine turns too slowly, or not at all, the starter or solenoid may need to be replaced. Before replacement, make sure that the starter or solenoid is the problem. Have both checked if you have any doubts. Also check your battery and […]

  • How to change you car’s battery

    A strong, healthy battery is essential to the proper operation of your vehicle. A battery can last four to five years with proper care, although battery failure can occur in as little as three years in hot climates. Premature battery failure can occur as a result of chronic undercharging, overcharging, abuse, or vibration. Since modern […]

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    How to check your oil and other fluids levels

    To keep your vehicle running smoothly, it’s important to check fluid levels regularly. Checking fluids only takes a few minutes. Learn how to check oil and other fluids by following the steps below. If you have any questions, please contact your nearest NAPA Auto parts store.