Car Repair Video Index

Free auto repair help videos. Watch and learn how to perform some simple inspections to help you save some money and diagnose your vehicle yourself.

Inspect Serpentine Drive Belt

The serpentine drive belt runs all your engine accessories including power steering, alternator and air conditioning. A quick check of the belt is easy. Video shows you what to look for.

Checking Engine Oil

Watch this video to learn how to properly check your engine oil level and condition. This is the easiest and most important thing you can do to keep your vehicles engine running right.

Check Transmission Fluid

Watch this video showing how to check your transmission fluid level and condition. Low fluid level, discoloration or burning smell can be a small or big problem. Check transmission fluid at least during every oil change.

How To Check Fuses

Blown fuses can cause small or large electrical problems in your car or truck. Checking and replacing a fuse can save you a costly trip to the repair shop. Video shows how simple it is to check and replace a blown fuse.

Checking Brake Fluid

Low brake fluid can be the result of worn brake pads or shoes or a leak in the system. Checking periodically will help catch brake problems early to prevent expensive repairs or even brake faulure.

Check Power Steering Fluid

Most newer vehicles have electric steering and therefore no fluid, but there are still millions of cars on the road with power steering fluid reservoirs. Watch this quick video to learn how to check it properly.

Check Coolant / Antifreeze

Antifreeze / coolant keeps your engine from overheating in the summer and freezing in the winter. Watch this video that shows how to check it safely.

Inspect Radiator And Heater Hoses

A blown radiator or heater hose will cause your engine to overheat and leave you stranded. Watch this video to learn to inspect them properly.

Inspect Ignition Coils

Corroded ignition coils are a common cause of engine misfire and check engine light with a stored code of P0300 and failed emissions test. Learn how to do a quick check and avoid those expensive diagnostic fees.

Inspect Fuel pressure Regulator (FPR)

A bad fuel pressure regulator will cause hard starting, poor fuel economy and even a fire hazzard. Watch this video to learn how to check it easily.

Newest Forums Posts
Chevy Cars  
Chevy Trucks   
Ford Cars   
Ford Trucks   
GMC Trucks   
Choose Your Make Or Model
Cavalier   Cobalt   Equinox   Impala   Malibu   Monte Carlo  
Tahoe   Trailblazer   Venture Van

Century   Lesabre   Regal   Rendezvous  

Bonneville   Grand Am   Grand Prix   Montana / Transport

Alero   Aurora   Cutlass   Cutlass Supreme   Silhouette   Intrigue

Engine Operation

2.2L   3100 / 3400   3.5L   3800   4200   4.3L Vortec

Warning Lights

ABS   Check Engine   Trac / Traction Off 

Theft / Security   Airbag   Power Steering

Tire Pressure

Copyright © GreatAutoHelp - All rights reserved.

Contact Us