Simple Automatic Transmission Maintenance Tips

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Did you know that to keep your car's transmission working well you need to maintain it properly? If not, you're not alone. However, if you don't take care of you car's transmission, it's more likely that you'll have transmission problems. So, if you want to avoid major transmission issues, check out these simple tips to keep your automatic transmission running well. Check the Fluid It's important to check the transmission fluid in your car to make sure it isn't worn down or low.

20 April 2016

Problems And Solutions To A Clogged Radiator

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When your car's cooling system isn't working well, your car is more likely to overheat and cause engine damage. A clogged radiator can wreak havoc on your car's cooling system and can be difficult to diagnose unless you know what to look for. If you've been having problems with the cooling system and you suspect a clogged radiator, here is some more information about this problem.  Symptoms of a clogged radiator:

20 April 2016

3 Common Car Repair Problems That Can End Up Burning A Hole In Your Pocket

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There are many different car problems that may affect your car and lead to costly repairs. Sometimes, catching a problem in time can save you a lot of money on repairs. You want to do things like change the oil and brakes, and during these maintenance tasks, problems like damaged suspension parts or leaking seals can be identified and fixed. Here are some tips to help you catch common car problems before they turn into costly repairs: 

19 April 2016

Power Brake Booster Problems Are Nothing To Be Ignored

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There's probably a part of your car's braking system that is often overlooked, yet it is very important: the power brake booster. Many people don't even know about this part until they begin to have problems with the brake pedal. Even then, most people won't suspect the booster over other potential problems because boosters rarely go bad. How the brake booster works: The brake booster uses vacuum to amplify the foot pressure on the brake pedal to stop the car more quickly and easily than if it didn't have one.

19 April 2016

Determining If Your Differential Is Having Problems

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If you've noticed a howling noise when you decelerate while driving down the highway, it may signal a problem with a drive train component. You may also notice other noises when putting the car in gear or while turning or accelerating. These and other issues may be signs that there is a problem with your differential. The differential is a critical component of your drive train ,and if there is a problem, then your car is at risk of becoming inoperable until the problem is corrected.

19 April 2016

2 Things Mobile Truck Repair Techs Should Have -- That Aren'T Related To Repairs

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When you work as a mobile truck repair technician for a company like C L Enterprises, you frequently find yourself on the side of the road at all times of day and night. You go to fix a semi truck wherever it breaks down, whenever it breaks down. Because you never know where or when you'll be fixing a broken-down truck, you always need to be prepared. Here are two things you should always keep with you, to ensure you're ready to work on trucks in all conditions.

18 April 2016

4 Maintenance And Improvement Projects To Improve Power And Performance Of Your Car

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If you want your car to have the performance and power that it is rated for, maintenance is important. Simple things like clogged filters can greatly decrease your car's performance.  In addition to the routine servicing, you may also want to consider simple improvements to your car for more power and fuel economy, such as installing an aftermarket computer tuning chip. If you want to get the most out of your car, here are some tips that may help:

18 April 2016