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Video: Hot or Cold Spark Plug Torque

We discuss how and when spark plugs should be installed. This video is sponsored by Autolite.

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Video: Inspecting Spark Plug Appearance

A spark plug can reveal short- and long-term problems if you know where to look. This video is sponsored by Autolite.

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Video: Four More Tips for Serpentine Belt System Service

Tire Review’s David Sickels has four more tips to make sure the service is done right, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.

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Video: Four Tips for Serpentine Belt System Service

Tire Review’s David Sickels has four tips to make sure you do a serpentine belt job correctly, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.

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Video: Guess the Spark Plug Replacement Interval

Are you a master of spark plug intervals? This challenge will prove it. This video is sponsored by Autolite.

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Video: Cartridge Oil Filter Replacement

Cartridge oil filters are becoming more common on import-nameplate vehicles. This video is sponsored by MAHLE.

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Video: The Dirty Truth About Clogged Cabin Air Filters

A customer says their heater isn’t working. Could the cabin air filter be the culprit? This video is sponsored by MAHLE.

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Video: To Gap or Not to Gap Spark Plugs

Find out what spark plugs need to be gapped and the tools required to get the job done. This video is sponsored by Autolite.

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Video: Three Winter Battery Service Safety Tips

If it’s cold and snowing outside, that’s a surefire sign you’re in the middle of dead battery season. Tire Review’s David Sickels gives tips on staying safe during your next battery service.

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Intake Manifold Gaskets: A Service Rundown

Back in the days when most ­engines had cast iron blocks, heads and manifolds, the intake manifold could be easily sealed with simple and relatively inexpensive die cut fiber-faced metal gaskets (solid or perforated core). Sealer was usually required to ensure a leak-free installation. But in the late 1980s and early 1990s, fuel systems and