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Why Are My Lug Nuts Swelling and How Do I Fix Them?
Swollen lug nuts occur when moisture infiltrates the space between the chrome decorative cap and the actual steel lug nut securing the wheel to the vehicle. While aesthetically it looks great, it isn't always functional.Learn More
How Does TPMS Work?
What is TPMS and how does it work? TPMS work with an indirect and direct system to measure tire pressure.Learn More
Safety First: How to Handle Fuel-Related Repairs
When a tech services or replaces a fuel pump, they may have to drain and/or remove the gas tank. If this is not done properly, they could be in danger.Learn More
Are $1 Service Parts Costing You Thousands of Unnecessary Dollars?
Smaller, inexpensive parts can take up time in your bays. Don't hold up a sale by not having the right part at the right time!Learn More
What Type of Fluid Works With Evacuators?
A fluid evacuator removes fluids from a vehicle when conventional draining methods aren’t practical. But it’s not just used for oil.Learn More