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.


Diagnosing Transmission Issues In Your Car Or Truck

21 June 2022
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The transmission in your vehicle is responsible for transferring the power from the engine to the drive wheels. When the transmission is not working correctly, some symptoms can arise that indicate the need to take the vehicle to a shop offering transmission services and testing. Slipping Transmission A transmission that is slipping when you apply power can be a significant issue, and there are a few different things that can cause it. Read More …

How To Ensure Your Luxury Vehicle Is Always In Great Shape

1 June 2022
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If you own a luxury vehicle, you are likely wondering what is different when it comes to maintenance over the years compared to other vehicles. Here are a few things that you can do to make sure that your vehicle is running smoothly.  Know About The Initial Maintenance Plan It is common for luxury vehicles to come with a maintenance plan for a set length of time after you purchase the car. Read More …

Why Do Check Engine Codes Sometimes Include An Engine “Bank?”

28 April 2022
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Your car's check engine light is a valuable diagnostic tool for investigating engine problems. Many auto parts stores and shops will read your codes for free, but the information might seem cryptic if you aren't a mechanic. Most trouble codes describe where the computer thinks your problem may be, but they don't always point at the genuine underlying cause. If you have enough codes read, you may also notice that many of them report a problem with " Read More …

DIY Car Body Repair: Reasons You Shouldn’t Do Your Own

29 March 2022
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If hail, palm tree berries, or something else hard has damaged the hood of your car, you may consider using a DIY repair kit to fix your car. Although DIY car body repair kits may fix some of your car's damage, you may actually make the situation worse over time. Take your car to a car body repair shop instead. Keep reading to learn why you don't want to use a DIY car body kit to repair your hood. Read More …

2 Potential Problems With Attempting To Replace Your Car’s Water Pump Yourself

28 February 2022
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After noticing that your car keeps overheating and making loud, high-pitched screeching noises, you may have determined that your car's water pump is going bad. In an effort to save money, you may be researching how to replace the defective part yourself. However, you may want to reconsider replacing your car's water pump, especially if you have little to no experience working on vehicle engines and their accessories. Below are a couple of potential problems that may arise if you try to replace the part yourself without having a professional do it for you. Read More …