When upgrading a suspension, consider doing coilovers. Since Charles was putting them on his GTI, he took the opportunity to share some tips for installing coilovers on any car.
If you’re rebuilding an engine, odds are you will replace the camshaft or crankshafts. Here are some must-follow tips for replacing a camshaft on just about any engine.
Charles shares a few things that he keeps in mind when weighing whether or not to use a tool exactly as it was intended or do to just get the job done.
Mistakes are a normal part of life, but it’s how you handle them and make them right that determines the type of technician you are.
With a multimeter in hand, Charles shows how he efficiently performs a parasitic current draw test.
When the check engine light came on in Charles’ Passat, he took it as an opportunity to walk us through his diagnostic process.
In this video, the Humble Mechanic, answers viewers questions about heat, temp gauges, leaking vacuum pumps and more.
The Humble Mechanic shows how having the right tools can make removing a serpentine belt and alternator easy.
System lean is the perception by the ECM that there’s unmetered air coming through the engine. The Humble Mechanic says “perception” because that may or may not actually be the case…
The Humble Mechanic reviews OBDeleven’s Volkswagen and Audi scan tool, which pairs with an Android device, and gives tons of options from pulling a code to turning off DRLs.
Learning to stand out in a positive way to our customers is a topic I’m super-passionate about. Here are a few pointers to help you and your team stand out. 1. Talk to Your Customers First and foremost, never be afraid to talk to customers. Whether it’s your customer or just a service customer in
The Humble Mechanic reviews the TechPRO Diagnostic Scan Tool from MAHLE Service Solutions.