vehicle that stalls? learn what it could be

Does your vehicle stall or stutter when you come to a stop? If this is a problem you are experiencing click here to learn more about it.

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vehicle that stalls? learn what it could be

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.


Four Factors That Can Wear Out Your Engine Oil Faster

22 September 2015
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If you're planning to save money by lengthening the intervals between your oil changes, take the smart route by lengthening your oil's lifespan rather than just leaving it in the engine indefinitely and pretending it's okay. As a part of your oil-lengthening quest, you'll need to avoid anything that has the potential to wear down your oil faster. Here are four factors that can have this effect. 1. Filter problems Read More …

Using Brake Sensations To Diagnose Malfunctions

14 September 2015
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You can tell a lot about a brake's condition by the way it feels. A good brake system should be firm (not hard) when you push down on the pedals. Any other sensation means that you have a malfunctioning brake. Here are three ways you can use your brake's sensations to diagnose its problems: Pedal Is Spongy Brake pedals should be firm. A brake pedal that feels spongy or soft can be caused by different problems, but the main one is the occurrence of air in the brake system. Read More …

How To Sand, Patch And Paint Rock Chips

10 September 2015
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You do not need to be an auto body specialist to repair paint chips on your car. While you should always leave the large dings up the the professionals, you should learn how to patch and paint small chips on your own. Even the smallest chips can eventually form into large rust spots that could lead to further deterioration. This is why it is so useful to learn how to patch paint chips: you can prevent serious, expensive damage. Read More …

Buying Your First RV? Don’t Hit The Road Without These Tools!

27 August 2015
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When you're getting ready to sign the papers on that first RV, it's an exciting time. Unfortunately, many first-time RV owners don't know what it's really going to be like on the road, so they may not be fully prepared for the potential problems they may face. Before you roll out for that first adventure, make sure you have some tools on hand that will help you with your RV-specific repairs. Read More …

Mobilizing Your Maintenance: Finding The Perfect Spot For Your Mobile Repair

12 August 2015
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Mobile mechanics are on the rise. Not having to work out of a shop and being able to perform freelance allows mobile mechanics to charge less. While you will save money and the trouble of going into a shop, the new trouble is finding a space to have your car worked on. If you do not have a garage or if your association bans car work in the driveway area, here are some ideas on where your mobile mechanic can perform car work. Read More …