Program Overview

When you get an expensive garage repair bill, do you think ‘I’m sure I could do it myself’? Would you love to save money by handling simple car repairs yourself?

Well, you can!

Cars are expensive to run, so it’d be great to stop shelling out money for repairs you could do yourself. This online DIY Car Maintenance course is designed to hand you the tools you need to keep your engine purring and your car looking good.

Finally you’ll be able to avoid going to the mechanic for simple tasks that you can handle on your own. Even if you know very little about cars, you can soon become expert enough to carry out minor repairs at home.

Ready to start saving money on garage bills? Sign up for our Car Maintenance course now.

Get started on your path to becoming an auto mechanic in as little as one months with DIYguru’s Automotive Mechanics Career online training program. Automotive mechanics can work at established repair shops, car dealerships, and even open their own garages. The DIYguru’s automotive repair and maintenance program includes practical exercises to give you hands-on training at home on your own time, at a pace that’s right for you!

This course is a basic overview of a large majority of the drive-train and mechanics of automobile. It is intended as an aid to those seeking a career in the automotive industry.

The first car ever made was around 1885, which was a massive step for mankind. Cars make our lives so much easier by providing us quick and easy transport to anywhere we want. Modern automobile industry has also seen a lot of innovation and produced cars that are roomy or fast or luxurious, basically feeding all the niches. But what goes in the car? Well to find that you need to get this Car Maintenance Course.

This course will initially introduce you to general safety rules and tools you will need to explore underneath the hood of your car. You will get a quick guide to general maintenance which will allow you to take good care of your car with ease. Following that you will discover more about dashboard indicators, tires, IC engines and engine oil. Finally you take a schematic view on the cooling system, fuel system, electrical system, drive train, brakes and understand a bit about the auto repair industry.

Getting this course would be a great idea for anyone, because it doesn’t just help you take care of your car as you can utilize the skills developed professionally as well.

it will assist you in beginning a career in the automotive repair industry. The impact of this course will be increased by as much hands on contact you can have with an automobile to practice what is taught in each lesson.

No longer will you be at the whim of your local garage or mechanic for things like:

  • changing the oil
  • replacing headlights
  • putting in new windscreen wipers
  • changing tyres
  • inspecting brakes and brake fluid
  • replacing fuses and spark plugs
  • charging a battery

By understanding what’s under the bonnet, you can carry out checks and repairs to keep your car on the road and save money.

What to know another great thing about our Car Maintenance course? It’s 100% online. That means you can take your laptop or tablet with you to your car and follow the instructions in the course while carrying out your repairs.

Enrol in the Car Maintenance course today. Start taking control of your car, and keep it performing perfectly without spending a fortune.

30 hours of content

Every part covered in detail. We’ll show how every part of a modern car works.

Filmed in 4K

Professionally filmed in our custom built studio and available to stream in qualities up to 4K.

Complete teardown and rebuild

The total disassembly and rebuilding of a 2001 Mazda MX5. From the bodywork to the crankshaft, we’ll have the whole thing in bits.


 The Plan
 Center Console
 Parking brake
 Steering wheel
 Front bumper
 Lighting system
 Trunk lid
 Rear bumper
 Filler cap
 Fender / Wing
 Steering column
 Heater Unit
 Interior Carpet


 Underbody preparation
 Bonnet stay
 Washer tank
 Air intake
 Coolant tank
 Throttle cable
 Engine wiring
 Brake master cylinder
 Clutch master cylinder
 Engine pipes and hoses
 Main fuse box
 Power steering reservoir
 Steering column
 Oxygen sensor connection
 Gear lever
 Battery loom
 Brake wires and pipes
 Exhaust mounts
 Anti-roll bar
 Brace bars
 Subframe bolt locations
 Supporting the subframe
 Removing the subframe bolts
 Splitting the car


 Rolling the subframe
 Fuel tank
 ABS Hydraulic Unit
 Evaporative canister
 Engine bay cleanup
 Power steering cooler
 Seat belts
 Wiring harness


 Subframe teardown
 Battery loom
 Bolt prep
 Removing the transmission
 Engine removal
 Mounting the engine to the stand
 Rear Suspension


The car
Garage tour
The kit
The plan
Dealing with rusty bolts


Types of chassis
How the chassis gets its strength
Crash protection areas


Crumple zones explained
Materials and construction
Design considerations


Timelapse strip down
Building the bottom end
How the crankshaft works
Fitting the cylinder head
How the camshaft works
Installing the valves
The oil pump
Installing the sump
How engine timing works
Reinstalling the engine on the chassis


Fuel injection overview
How an injector works
Timing of injection
Modifying the injection system
The fuel pump and petrol tank


Gearbox disassmbly timelapse
How the clutch works
How the gearbox works
How reverse gear works
Rebuilding the gearbox
The drive shaft
Diff strip and rebuild
How a diff works
Fitting the gearbox to the chassis


What the exhaust does
Exhaust designs
What’s inside a catalytic converter
Types of emissions
Refitting the exhaust


Fitting the bodyshell to the chassis
Body panels
The doors
How electric wing mirrors work
How electric windows work
How central locking works
How windscreen wipers work
Air conditioning


The wiring loom
Understanding the ECU
The ECU: Input sensors
The ECU: Outputs
How the alternator works
How the battery works


Everything in the dashboard
How the speedometer works
Power assisted steering explained
How the seats adjust
How seatbelts work
Installing trim


Reconnecting everything
Types of fluids in a car
Refilling the fluids
Lets go!

Course Curriculum

Bonus : Dismantling the Engine 00:00:00
Engine Block 00:00:00
Crankshaft 00:00:00
Tools : Using a Tap Set 00:00:00
Using an Engine Stand 00:00:00
The Pistons 00:00:00
Tips : How to Install Piston Rings 00:00:00
Tips : How to Install Pistons 00:00:00
Head Gasket 00:00:00
Cylinder Head 00:00:00
Engine Valves 00:00:00
Tips : How to Install and Remove Valves 00:00:00
Camshafts 00:00:00
Tips : How to Install Camshafts 00:00:00
Lubrication System : Intro 00:00:00
Lubrication System : Oil 00:00:00
Lubrication : Oil Pump 00:00:00
Lubrication : Main Oil Seals 00:00:00
Lubrication : Oil Filters 00:00:00
Lubrication : Oil Pressure Switch 00:00:00
Lubrication : Where the oil goes 00:00:00
Lubrication : Oil Pan / Sump 00:00:00
Teardown : Bodywork & Interior
The Plan 00:00:00
Doors 00:00:00
Seats 00:00:00
Roof 00:00:00
Center Console 00:00:00
Parking Brake 00:00:00
Steering Wheel 00:00:00
Radio 00:00:00
Dashboard 00:00:00
Front Bumper 00:00:00
Lighting System 00:00:00
Trunk lid 00:00:00
Rear Bumper 00:00:00
Filler Cap 00:00:00
Hood 00:00:00
Fender / Wing 00:00:00
Steering Column 00:00:00
Heater Unit 00:00:00
Pedals 00:00:00
Interior Carpet 00:00:00
Computer 00:00:00
Teardown : Splitting the car
Introduction 00:00:00
Underbody Preparation 00:00:00
Undertrays 00:00:00
Bonnet Stay 00:00:00
Washer Tank 00:00:00
Air Intake 00:00:00
Radiator 00:00:00
Coolant Tank 00:00:00
Throttle Cable 00:00:00
Engine Wiring 00:00:00
Brake Master Cylinder 00:00:00
Clutch Master Cylinder 00:00:00
Engine Pipes and Hoses 00:00:00
Main Fuse Box 00:00:00
Power Steering Reservoir 00:00:00
Steering Column 00:00:00
Suspension 00:00:00
Oxygen Sensor Connection 00:00:00
Gear Lever 00:00:00
Battery Loom 00:00:00
Brake Wires and Pipes 00:00:00
Exhaust Mounts 00:00:00
Anti-roll Bar 00:00:00
Brace Bars 00:00:00
Subframe Bolt Locations 00:00:00
Supporting the Subframe 00:00:00
Removing the Subframe Bolts 00:00:00
Splitting the Car 00:00:00
Teardown : Spripping the Shell
Rolling the Subframe 00:00:00
Fuel Tank 00:00:00
ABS Hydraulic Unit 00:00:00
Evaporative Canister 00:00:00
Engine Bay Cleanup 00:00:00
Power Steering Cooler 00:00:00
Seat Belts 00:00:00
Wiring Harness 00:00:00
Teardown: Subframe
Subframe Teardown 00:00:00
Driveshaft 00:00:00
Battery Loom 00:00:00
Exhaust 00:00:00
Bolt Prep 00:00:00
Removing the Transmission 00:00:00
Engine Removal 00:00:00
Mounting the Engine to the Stand 00:00:00
Rear Suspension 00:00:00
Engine Stand Guide 00:00:00

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