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Oct 10

Keep Your Car Safe and Comfortable with Functional Shocks

  The magnitude of vibrations is reduced and slowed by shocks. The kinetic energy in the shocks is converted into heat by the hydraulic fluid. Your car's shock absorbers reduce the amount of vibrational energy that reaches your vehicle and its occupants. Both leaf and coil springs produce oscillations and... read more →
Oct 03
Sep 25

How to Clean the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)?

  The throttle position sensor (TPS) is a device that tells the car's computer how far the throttle is open. This information is used to control the fuel mixture and ignition timing. A dirty or malfunctioning TPS can cause a number of problems, including: Rough idle Hesitation when accelerating Engine... read more →
Sep 19

Get Your Alloy Wheels Looking Like New with This Easy Guide

  Alloy wheels are a great way to add style and performance to your car. However, they can also be susceptible to damage from road salt, brake dust, and other contaminants. If your alloy wheels are looking dull and scratched, don't despair! You can restore them to their former glory... read more →
Sep 19

Fix High Exhaust Temperature in Your Car.

  Exhaust gas temperature (EGT) is the temperature of the exhaust gases as they leave the engine. The normal EGT for a car engine is around 1,200-1,500 degrees Fahrenheit. However, if the EGT becomes too high, it can damage the engine. There are a number of things that can cause... read more →
Sep 05
Sep 05


 Car repairs can be prohibitively expensive; nonetheless, every car requires some repair at some point. This could be because the problem was misdiagnosed or the car was not adequately repaired. Most automobile mechanics adhere to the "repair by replacement" mentality. Although it cures the problem, it is significantly more expensive... read more →
Sep 05

Improve Your Car’s Performance with a Transmission Fluid Change

Your car's transmission fluid is responsible for lubricating and cooling the transmission's moving parts. Over time, the fluid can break down and become contaminated, which can lead to problems with the transmission. One of the most common questions that car owners ask is whether changing transmission fluid can improve performance.... read more →
Aug 15

Get the Best Visibility with Clean and Restored Headlights 

Your headlights are one of the most important safety features on your car. They allow you to see the road ahead at night and in low-light conditions. However, over time, headlights can become cloudy, hazy, or even yellowed. This can make it difficult to see at night, and it can... read more →
Aug 02

ABS: The Safety Feature That Can Save Your Life

Anti-lock braking systems (ABS) are a vital safety feature that can help you avoid accidents. ABS works by preventing your wheels from locking up when you brake hard. This allows you to maintain control of your vehicle and steer to safety, even in slippery conditions. How ABS Works ABS uses... read more →

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