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Transmission Repair Versus Replacement: What You Need to Know
If you notice a red fluid leaking under your car, grinding or shaking when your car shifts gears, or the car is slipping as it shifts gears, you likely have a problem with your transmission. When you bring your car into an auto repair shop, they will take a look at various factors and determine whether it is best to repair or rebuild the transmission or recommend replacing it outright. Here are a few of the factors that mechanic or repair shop will make when coming to this decision.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: mechanic , vehicle repair , transmission repair , transmission replacement | Comments: (0) | View Count: (355)
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Tips To Get Your Car Ready For the Year

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Tips To Get Your Car Ready For the Year
It's a new year. And if your resolution this year is to take better car of your car, or ensure you are not suddenly left stranded on the side of the road, you may be looking to get your car ready for this new year. Here are a few tips to help you improve your car and ensure it is in great condition.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: car maintenance , car battery , tires , mechanic | Comments: (0) | View Count: (331)
What To Expect When Having a Used Car Inspection
When buying a used car, you never quite know what you are getting. The car is used so certain parts may be nearing the end of their lifespan. However, this does not mean that you have to take the car as-is and possibly end up with a car that needs a lot of work. A used car inspection should be done by a mechanic prior to buying so you have a good idea as to the condition of the car you are looking at purchasing. Most dealerships will allow you to take the car to a licensed mechanic for a used ca...
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: car inspection , vehicle repair , mechanic | Comments: (0) | View Count: (357)
Signs Your Snow Tires Need to Be Replaced
If you live in an area with heavy snow or icy roads, you may have snow tires. These tires are better than all season tires at gripping the road and helping to ensure you don't slide on slick roads. They are typically installed on your vehicle around the time snow starts to fall in your area and removed in spring. But, since they are different than regular tires, you may be wondering how you know it is time to replace them with a new set. Here are a few signs that you may need to replace your sno...
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: snow tires , vehicle repair , car maintenance | Comments: (0) | View Count: (387)
Battery Issues: Why Do They Affect the Check Engine Light?
Almost all vehicles on the road these days have a check engine light. When this light comes on, the car's owner knows that something is not right. But when the light comes on, most people automatically think it is a huge problem, such as something being wrong with the engine. Fortunately, this is not always the case. When the light comes on, you may be having problems with your car's battery as well. Here are a few reasons why your check engine light may come on for battery problems.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: car battery , battery replacement , alternator , engine repair , mechanic | Comments: (0) | View Count: (423)
5 Simple Hacks to Extend the Life of your Tires
Replacing your car’s tires is costly and time consuming. From balancing and alignment to purchasing the actual tires themselves, it can easily cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. And while no tire will last forever, there are certain steps you can take to prolong the life of your tires.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: auto repair , auto restoration , mechanic , tires | Comments: (0) | View Count: (460)
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Four Signs you're Ready for New Brakes

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Four Signs you're Ready for New Brakes
Your brakes are one of the most critical safety systems on your car. When you're zooming down the highway at 60 miles per hour, it can take the entire distance of a football field (100 yards) to come to a full and complete stop. Even longer if you haven't taken good care of your brakes.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: vehicle brakes , brake shop , mechanic , vehicle repair | Comments: (0) | View Count: (480)
What Type of Paint should I Use to Restore my Classic Car?
Is it possible to match the original finish on my Classic Car, and if I use a newer type of paint will it cause my car to lose value?
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: car restoration , automotive paint , mechanic , body work | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1281)
What the Letters and Numbers on Your Car Can Tell You
Your car or truck has a variety of numbers and letters in and on it that can tell you much more about your vehicle than you may have thought. Sometimes these numbers can help an auto repair shop find specific parts and it can let you know if your car has had an engine replacement or had been salvaged. Here's a look at some on the numbers associated with your vehicle and what they can mean for you.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: engine repair , transmission repair , ac repair | Comments: (0) | View Count: (440)
Why Restoring a Car Can Make So Much Sense
Have you ever watched one of those classic automobile auction shows on television? You'll see some pretty impressive vehicles at some equally impressive prices. You can see the care that has gone into the preservation and restoration of these magnificent machines.
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Categories: Mechanic, Vehicle Repair, Car Restoration | Tags: car restoration , vintage vehicle , vehicle repair | Comments: (0) | View Count: (647)
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