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.
An often overlooked part of an oil change is to spin the engine gently on the starter with the coil disconnected, allowing fresh oil to circulate and ensure no damage through lack of lubrication is done on start-up. For more engine maintenance tips, visit our course Basic Engine Maintenance For Classic Cars.Watch Now >>
From duty cycle to torches, wire reel capacity to gas canister compatibility, Michael Coman talks you through the various considerations you need to bear in mind when choosing the right welder for your needs.Watch Now >>
It is important to smear a little oil onto replacement sealing rubbers and not to over-tighten a new filter; not only to ensure a seal this time, but to help with future servicing. For more helpful tips, please visit our course Basic Engine Maintenance.Watch Now >>
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