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.
Cleanliness is key when soldering. It’s good practice to clean the iron. Simply heat the iron and wipe it on a damp piece of tissue paper and you should see the tip of the iron become shiny again with a good coat of solder on it. If this doesn’t work, try letting it cool downWatch Now >>
If you are a beginner at painting classic cars you will find a bemusing array of hand tools required to carry out even the simplest of paint repairs. Here we talk you through all the paint preparation tools you need to consider, what they do and how to choose the best ones for your classicWatch Now >>
Dynamos offer a perfectly serviceable system for classic cars that are used infrequently, but if you use your classic car often – and especially if you drive at night, have added accessories or even use things like sat navs and mobile phone chargers – that system will start to struggle. An alternator is the modernWatch Now >>
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