Ed reveals all you need to know about removing, checking and replacing a thermostat. He explains how the thermostat works, what can go wrong and a basic test you can perform to check if the thermostat is working properly.
If you’ve ever sat in traffic and watched the temperature needle go into the red you need to watch this video. Ed Hughes describes the simple checks you need to do to make sure your classic doesn’t overheat.
Simple step-by-step advice on how to drain, flush and cleanse your cooling system, an especially important job for a classic car that’s been parked up for a number of years.
In this video Ed demonstrates how to check a water pump for the tell-tale signs of wear and corrosion.
If your carburettor is sound, then it is time to tune it. The easiest, quickest and simplest way to tackle excessive emissions. In this video Ed shows you how.
How to diagnose smoking problems in your classic car. Expert car restorer Ed Hughes takes you through the tests you must do to find out what precisely is wrong. This video contains essential diagnostic tips to find out what needs to be done.
You carburettor is the best place to start if you want to stop your classic smoking. In this class Ed assesses and services an SU carburettor so you can too.
In this class Ed assesses the cylinder head, and in this video he includes tips on bore assessment and a step by step guide to valve stem oil seal replacement.
Guy Lachlan of Classic Oils gives the concise and clear description of what you need to know when buying and applying a classic oil to your car.