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Does your vehicle stall or stutter when you come to a stop? Do you struggle to keep your foot on the gas at each stop light to ensure the car doesn't stall in the middle of traffic? There are several issues that could be causing your car to stall - some of these problems are easily fixed. If this is a problem you are experiencing, take a moment to visit my website. There, you will find a list of possible causes, some troubleshooting techniques and what your mechanic may do to keep your car running when you stop. It is my hope that you will find exactly what you need to help keep your car running from start to stop.


4 Signs Your Brakes Need To Be Serviced

14 March 2016
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If you have noticed that the brakes of your vehicle have not been operating in their usual manner, you need to have them serviced. Still, it may be difficult to define what is normal and what is not when it comes to brakes. Here are a few signs that your brakes need to be repaired: Screeching Your brakes should stop your car without invoking loud screeching sounds. Screeches and grinding noises can indicate that your brake pads have worn away beyond an acceptable level. Read More …

First Time Car Owners: Learn How To Care For Your Car

22 February 2016
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If you have just bought your first car then you want to make sure you know how to take care of it properly. This means taking steps that go above and beyond just making sure it has gas and the lights are all in working order. As a new car owner, you may or may not have had someone teach you all about car ownership maintenance and this article will help to fill in any gaps you may not be aware of so you can keep your car in good working order for as long as possible. Read More …

Is The Problem With Your Car Caused By Its Alternator?

10 February 2016
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It is important for you to determine if a problem you are experiencing with your car is caused by its alternator. A working alternator is essential for providing electrical current to your car's electrical components and recharging its battery.  How Your Car's Alternator Works Through a process called induction, your car's alternator converts the motor's rotational energy into electrical current. The current produced by your car's alternator is used to continually recharge the battery so that it will start your car when you need it to. Read More …

What Your Brake Pedal Can Tell You About Potential Brake Problems

4 February 2016
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Your brake pedal is the only thing that physically connects you to your brake system. Several different sensations can be felt through your brake pedal depending on the circumstances and the road surface. You can tell a great deal about the health of your braking system through these sensations. They may even tell you if an extremely important component is due for some work. Sinking pedal: If your pedal sinks when you apply the brakes may mean something serious, especially if your pedal sinks when constant pressure is applied. Read More …

Three Of The Most Common Myths Truck Drivers Believe About Their Truck’s Transmission

12 January 2016
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A truck's transmission is one of the vehicle's most important parts, and one that sees the most abuse though the course of normal driving. Unfortunately, while many truck drivers understand how their transmissions basically work, there are a lot of myths that abound. Here's a look at three of the most common myths truck drivers believe about their transmissions. A manual transmission will get better gas mileage than an automatic Read More …