Join Ed Hughes as he heads out on the road to describe how various sources of vibration feel when driving your classic car. Braking vibrations, tyre and wheel related issues, worn or badly adjusted wheel bearings and even failing engine mounts can all be felt on a road test. Find out how to diagnose your... Read more »
Many vibration issues can be traced to deformed or damaged tyres. In this video course, you will discover how to inspect your tyres for signs of wear, bulging and other faults in order to diagnose vibration. Also we show you how to carry out static wheel balancing at home to fix wheel wobble and vibration... Read more »
In this video lesson, Ed Hughes provides an easy guide to making sure all your drive belts are in tip-top condition. Ed talks through effective ways to isolate squealing belt problems, and shows the best way to remove the fan belt from your classic car and check it for wear.
Ed Hughes recommends the most suitable anti-freeze to use for your classic car and the correct type of water to use with your anti-freeze. He also gives some top tips on how to make sure your classic car doesn’t overheat by ensuring you use the correct quantity. Find out how and why you should use... Read more »
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.