Time To Replace Your Tires – Is Your Vehicle Ready For A Change?

There are some simple steps to follow to determine if your vehicle is ready for a change of tires. If your tire tread has been worn to the point where the groove lines up precisely with the top of the tire, it is time to replace your tires. However, when you have been using the same type of tire on a vehicle for some time, you may find that the vehicle simply does not need new tires. In such cases, there are other factors that you should consider when choosing…

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Finding the Right Kind of Transmission For Your Car

Automatic transmissions have now surpassed their manual counterparts for quite some time. Yet, despite their great popularity, there are still many drivers who aren’t sure about which kind of transmission is best for their car. In comparison, automatic transmissions, by themselves, are also far more convenient and take less time to master. In order to help you make an informed decision on your next car purchase, we’ve put together this short guide to choosing an automatic transmission for your car. As one of the oldest forms of automotive technology, Automatic…

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Brake Booster Inspection – What You Need to Know

What Does Brake Fluids Do For Your Car? Brake fluid works with your car’s mechanical (pedal) hydraulic (brakes) system to help move the various parts of your car’s braking system, allowing your car to slow down when you apply the brakes. Simply put, stopping a car is quite demanding, and if you don’t have brake fluid in your car, you will be very unlikely to stop in time. Your auto mechanic can advise you about how much brake fluid you need and can also refer you to an automotive repair…

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Does Engine Coolant Goes Bad?

When you drive your car, you are subject to the effects of the heat that the engine puts out as well as the cold that is produced by the radiator. The car owner can either use an air cooler or engine oil, but either of these options will only take care of the parts of the engine that are directly effected by heat. The engine coolant and radiator keep your engine at the proper operating temperature so that it runs properly. Most cars need an automotive coolant maintenance service about…

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Keep Your Car’s Engine Air Filter Clean

Your car engine air filter resides behind the front grille, feeding the car with clean air from the engine. As air passes through the air filter, dirt, tree sap, insect pieces, and other foreign particles are filtered out, making way for clean, fresh air to be transported through the vehicle. However, there is no substitute for proper maintenance when it comes to keeping your engine air filter clean. Without doing the necessary modifications you can have a dirty, unhealthy air filter that will put unnecessary wear on your car’s engine,…

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