A headlight or taillight goes out on your car, but you don't have time to take it into the shop. You can fix most car lighting problems yourself quickly when you know how to identify the problem. Here is how to troubleshoot most automotive lighting issues and fix them so you can get back on the road safely. Fuse or Bulb Problem? Every light on your car is connected to a fuse that protects the car in case of a short in the wiring.
You probably realize how important it is to take good care of your car's transmission. The last thing that you probably want to deal with is a transmission issue, which can leave you stranded and can cost you a lot of money in repairs. This means that you might take steps to try to take care of it, such as adding a transmission fluid additive every now and then. Even though these additives are commonly sold in auto parts stores and are assumed to help keep your transmission in good shape, it's actually best to skip them.