Auto Troubleshooting: Understanding The Common Problem Signs

How To Replace Brake Hoses

Posted on

Brake hoses are part of the brake line system that assist you in turning the wheels on uneven surfaces. It may not seem like a big deal, but a failing brake hose can cause mushy brakes or the brakes to stop working. Since the hoses are subjected to a large amount of pressure, they will eventually get damaged, and possibly leak fluid. Brake hoses should be easy for you to replace yourself by following these tips. Read More»

Brake Problems Are Big Problems

Posted on

Driving is one of the most dangerous activities that you do each day. There are approximately 1.3 million deaths on the road each year, and there are many more that are seriously injured. It is important that your car is functioning properly or you may be more at risk to be in a car accident One part of your car that is integral in your safety is your brakes. There are a few signs that your brakes are going out, and you need to be aware of what they are. Read More»

Four Things Every Responsible Car Owner Does

Posted on

First off, why do you want to be a responsible car owner? When you invest a lot of money into your vehicle, you want it to continue to provide for you. This way, you save money on maintenance and replacement. Having a reliable vehicle is also the biggest benefit of being a responsible car owner so that you are highly unlikely to find yourself stranded on the side of the road. Read More»

When Is A Check Engine Light Urgent?

Posted on

You’re driving along and that dreaded check engine light pops up. What does it mean, and how urgent is it? Read on to find out more: You Never Know Until You Investigate Check engine lights are a catch-all warning signal that something’s wrong with your engine. A word of caution: don’t assume there’s something minor (or major) wrong with the engine until you have a professional check it out. It could be something very inexpensive, like a spark plug or a blown fuse that’s easy to fix, or something major. Read More»

3 Signs That Your Transmission Needs Some Maintenance

Posted on

Given that driving itself is often accompanied by the noise of your passengers, your vehicle and the other drivers around you, it is easy to overlook new, often subtle, signs and symptoms originating from under the hood. However, those new sounds and changes to the driving experience, are often the only way your car has to remind you of the need for the transmission fluids to be flushed, changed or otherwise maintained. Therefore, if it has been a while since your transmission was examined by a professional or if you don’t know when the last time it happened, it is a good idea to be aware of the following signs that it’s time to schedule that work: Read More»