The oil filter plays a big part in how long your engine will last. Find out more about its important job here.
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A bad valve cover or valve cover gasket is one of the most common causes of an oil leak. Here's a comprehensive explanation of how a valve cover works.
If you replace your bumper cover, you'll likely paint it to match your car. Or, you may decide to install an unpainted one. Here's the pros and cons of each.
If your Passat front bumper cover needs to be replaced, it's fairly easy to do it at home yourself. Here's how.
Need a replacement Volkswagen bumper cover? You have 2 options: OEM or aftermarket. Here's the reason OEM is always a better choice.
Your water pump is the heart of your Volkswagen’s cooling system. Learn more about what it does and why it's important.
This guide offers all the information you need to know about VW GTI and Golf R performance brake system components, repairs, and more.
Here’s a complete guide to replacing the key components of your GTI’s or Golf R’s brake system.
The more you understand the superior braking system in the high-performance versions of the GTI and R, the more you’ll appreciate it.
Going with OEM VW brakes, even if you’re looking for performance brakes, is always a better choice. Here's why.
If you love diesel trucks you'll want to take note of this new infographic comparing the 2018 VW Amarok and Chevy Colorado diesels.
When it comes to buying brake pads for your VW, the choice comes down to this: OEM or aftermarket? We can help you decide.
Volkswagen is the king of advertising wit, and they have these ads to show for it.
The VW Beetle’s backend started out small but steadily evolved into a wider, more aerodynamic design. Check out this infographic detailing evolution of the Beetle backend.
Check out how the price of the luxurious-yet-affordable VW Passat has evolved since the 70s.
Volkswagen’s current technology is pretty cool, but wait until you hear what they have in the works!
When fuel pumps fail, there's a good chance other parts of your VW will be damaged, too. Learn to look for failure indicators before major damage occurs.
OEM brake pads are almost always the best option when replacing your VW brake pads - Find out why here.