Why Oil Changes Are Important

When it comes to cars, there are a few basic things that need to be done on a regular basis in order to keep them functioning properly. It’s important to check fluid levels, including fuel and oil, or the vehicle won’t run. General Oil Maintenance Engine oil needs to be changed regularly. Depending on the…

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Steering & Suspension Repair

Your vehicle’s steering and suspension system plays a huge role in the performance and safety of the vehicle, and it’s one of the biggest ways that a driver maintains control of the vehicle. Usually, when the steering and suspension system is affected, it is due to a collision in the front of the vehicle or…

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Your Exhaust System

Your vehicle’s exhaust system consists of four main parts: the oxygen sensors, the tailpipe, the catalytic converter, and the muffler. As a system, it connects to the engine at the front, carries the gases down to the bottom of the vehicle, and runs along the bottom to the rear. The exhaust system has two main…

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Air Bags In Your Car

Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) in your Vehicle The supplemental restraint system, or SRS, in your vehicle does exactly what its name implies: it supplements the restraint, or seatbelt, system. In the case of a collision, the primary function of the supplemental restraint system is to deploy airbags, although modern systems may initiate other actions, like…

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Brake Squeak?

Six Signs it’s Time to Fix Your Brakes Brakes are one of the most important systems in your vehicle. The risk of an accident increases dramatically when brakes are not functioning properly. As brakes age, they are gradually worn down, so it’s important to have them checked about every two years, or, when you notice…

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OEM vs Aftermarket Parts

The debate between using Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts and aftermarket parts to repair vehicles has been going on since the states stopped requiring repair shops to use OEM parts. Most debaters are concerned about either the cost or the safety of using one over the other. Insurance companies often push for non-OEM parts, which…

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