2018

Thermostat or Radiator? What Is Causing Your Car to Overheat?

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Have you noticed that the temperature gauge on your car's dashboard has been rising more than it should recently? This is, of course, an indication that the operating temperature is higher than it should be, and this is usually down to one of two key problems. Essentially, the engine may not be receiving a sufficient amount of coolant due to either a stuck thermostat or a failed radiator. How can you check to see what's happening?

12 June 2018

3 Symptoms of a Failing Brake Master Cylinder

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The master cylinder is one of the most vital components of your car's braking system. Its function is to convert the pressure you apply on the brake pedal into hydraulic pressure needed to push the brake fluid through the vehicle's brake lines and force the brake callipers to squeeze the brake pads against the brake rotors to slow down your car or bring it to a halt. Therefore, it is imperative to always have a properly functioning brake master cylinder.

18 April 2018

Trouble With Your Truck Radiator? Here Are 3 Signs That You Have a Radiator Leak

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Radiator leaks aren't an unusual problem -- in fact, the majority of truck or car owners can expect to deal with this issue at some point. Your radiator helps your engine temperatures stay stable, so it's especially important that you watch out for signs of a leak. If you can recognise the indicators of a radiator leak early, you can avoid an overheated engine -- and possibly a costly engine replacement.

13 March 2018

Rebuild Engines

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The rebuilding of engines has been on the rise for the past few years. People have started to take a keen interest in their cars and appreciating them for the big part they play in helping them move from one point to another. When you wish to rebuild engines there are some factors, such as the expertise of your mechanic, that you need to consider. The engine of a vehicle is its heart.

9 February 2018

Don't Overlook These Important Maintenance Tasks for Your New Car

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The best way to keep your new car running like new is to take good care of it and ensure it's always properly maintained right from the moment you drive it off the dealer's lot. The more vigilant you are about taking care of your new car, the longer its overall life and the fewer repair bills you might face down the road. To ensure your new car is always in its best condition and to ensure you always have a safe and comfortable ride, note a few important maintenance tasks you don't want to overlook, beyond just getting the oil changed!

15 January 2018