Top Causes of Water Pump Failure and Prevention
3 top causes of water pump failure caused by external issues and techniques for prevention
Charging Electronics in Your Vehicle
Have you ever worried charging your phone might kill your battery? If you use your vehicle to charge your electronics, make sure your automotive battery has enough reserve capacity to meet your needs.
Your Vehicle’s Fuel Pump
The three integral components of a modern internal combustion engines are fuel, air and spark.
Is it Time for New Wiper Blades?
Take a moment right now to recall the last time you turned on the wipers: How did they perform?
Fuel Saving Tips
With no relief on fuel costs in site, cost effective driving habits can make a huge difference to your bottom line.
The Lowdown on Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
If your vehicle is a 2008 or newer (and some earlier models), it has a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
What’s that Sound?
Does your car make a clunking, popping or rattling sound – or even a donkey-like “eee-aww” sound – when you hit a bump or pothole?
Over the last 100 years, ACDelco has taken you to the moon and across the Atlantic, from sea to shining sea and just around the corner.
Ready for Winter
Here are 10 things to have your ACDelco Professional Service Center inspect, update or replace before the white stuff really starts to fly!
Fall Car Care Tips!
The cold weather is on its way! Follow these tips to get your vehicle ready.
What's that Sound? Sloshing inside your vehicle’s dashboard
Do you hear water sloshing around inside your vehicle’s dashboard, especially during turns?
Five questions about your brakes and why periodic inspections can save money.
What's That Smell? Burning Oil
The acrid smell of burning oil is easily noticed, but its origin and implications may not be so apparent.
What You Need to know about Engine Coolant
Quality coolant and water are critical to water pump operation.
Air Conditioning Overhaul
Ask your ACDelco Professional Service Centre program member to perform an inspection and make necessary repairs on your vehicle’s AC system.
Do you wonder what the “check engine” light on your dashboard is trying to tell you?