Wheel bearings are essential to having a smooth driving vehicle to operate. When the bearings go bad, you'll start to hear grinding sounds coming from the front of the car. The front wheels will also start to feel loose and your steering wheel will start to vibrate. You'll also notice increased wear and tear on your tires. You have to change the bearings as quickly as possible to protect your tires and get that smooth easy handling ride back.
16 February 2016
At some point, you may notice that there is something wrong with your car. It doesn't feel the same and it may even be uncomfortable to drive. The problem might be associated with your suspension system. While there are many problems that can cause your suspension system to be defective, you might simply need to add a certain type of fluid that has become depleted. How Hydraulic Fluids Work Your car relies on various hydraulic fluids.
13 January 2016
Whether you've been involved in a car accident or someone put a dent in your car while it was parked outside of a store, you need to have auto body repair work complete -- and it can be costly. Fortunately, there are several things that you can do to lower the cost of the repairs. Check out these tips to save money on auto body repair work. Determine if Paintless Dent Repair is Possible
21 December 2015
Your exhaust system, which includes your muffler, plays an important role in keeping your vehicle running smoothly. It helps keep waste gases away from the passenger cabin on your vehicle, keeping you safe as your drive. Your exhaust system is also responsible for maintaining optimum fuel efficiency , helps keep your engine running properly and reduces the overall amount of polluting emissions that your vehicle releases into the environment. Here are three problems you need to keep an eye out for in regards to your exhaust system.
4 December 2015
Your transmission is one of the most important--and expensive--parts in your car. The transmission fluid helps this critical piece of your car continue to function properly. Knowing about the transmission fluid and your role in maintaining it can help you take better care of your car. What is transmission fluid? Transmission fluid is the lubricant that helps the interior parts of the transmission moving smoothly during operation. How often does it need to be replaced?
16 November 2015
You may be perfectly satisfied with the way your vehicle behaves on the highway, but take a turn off the road onto an unbeaten path, and you may find that your basic four-wheel-drive really could use a few upgrades. The fact is, even when a vehicle is rated for four-wheel-driving, it does not often roll off of the factory lot with everything you really need to travel rough terrain. Thankfully, when it comes to upgrades that are available for people who seek the thrill of off-road four-wheel-driving, there are many choices.
12 October 2015
Are you having problems keeping your car running when you come to a stop? Before you take your car to the shop for repairs, you should try to get an idea of what is causing the car to stall. Below, you will find the three most common causes of cars stalling when idling to give you an idea of what could be going on. Bad Gas The gas that you put in your car could actually be what is causing the car to stall.
28 September 2015
It's important to take careful care of your vehicle so that you can get around safely and are able to protect your investment. If you don't keep up with regular care, you may have to pay a lot of money for serious repairs. It's important to recognize warning signs that you may need repairs so that you can get help as soon as you notice an issue. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the warning signs that may point to the need to see a mechanic.
2 September 2015
You don't have to think much about your car battery until something goes wrong. They are made to keep working until the last moment when they give out. There are a few signs to tell you that there could be a battery problem. Then it's time to drive right to an auto repair services shop to get it looked at. Delaying that trip might find you stranded in the mall parking lot with a dead battery.
14 August 2015
Does your car shake when you drive it? Does it feel like the steering wheel is rattling in your hands? If so, then you may want to get it inspected as soon as possible. A shaking car could signal any number of problems, including engine trouble, suspension problems, and wheel or tire issues. The shaking may be an easy fix, but if you let it go on too long, you could have a much more costly and complex issue on your hands.
30 July 2015