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The importance of tune ups after a long cold winter
How do you know when your vehicle needs a tune up?
Not many of us would consider lubricating brakes. Are brakes not meant to grip not slip? Why, yes and no.
“I don’t even lift the hood anymore” is a common statement mechanics frequently hear from customers.
Modern day vehicles do not require the same adjustments as in days of yore. So what does a mechanic do now?
The quality of the oil change you get can be as important as the oil change itself.
Oil is the ‘lifeblood’ of the internal combustion engine
The importance of buying the right car for your budget and needs.
Unless you are driving a pick up truck or a full sized SUV it is likely your vehicle’s structure is defined as a unit body.
When trying to save some money by fixing your own vehicle, the Internet and a cheap code reader might be your friend but might not.
“Just make it safe” and “I only need six more months” are two very common customer requests of most auto repair shops.
Did you know there is a driverless vehicle cruising the streets of Berlin?
There was a group of engineers that designed your vehicle that worked on its NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) characteristics. Their goal was making your vehicle pleasing to drive while minimizing noises, vibrations, and how smoothly it would absorb bumps. Of course they had a budget to stay within.
Have you bought a key for your vehicle recently? It can be a bit of a different experience. Yes, recent developments in ignition keys have produced a great deal of variation in the final product.
Simpler times. Are we headed back to simpler times? Will the mom and pop corner grocery be the next best thing? Summer vacation gives a person time to relax, reflect, and ponder the future.
I have been watching my vehicle’s temperature gauge a lot lately. Have you? Yes, summer is here and it feels good but remember we all have our temperature limits and so does your vehicle.
“Patience,” was one of my Nonno’s (Grandpa’s) sayings. Yes, he was a man of few words but what he did say was probably worth taking heed to.
I am as guilty as the next guy when it comes to being brand conscious.
So most of us have taken off the winter tires. To your dismay your tire man said your summers are “worn out” and you bought four new ones for your trusty steed.
The engine that breathes the best wins not only in fuel economy…